Your strengths are what you’re currently good at; your weaknesses are what you’re currently not good at.

Both your strengths and weaknesses have developed through practice. Your strengths have probably developed through the challenges you have faced, while your weaknesses have lagged behind due to lack of practice.

Anything you want to do can be broken down into strengths or skills to learn. If your current strengths align with your purpose and goals, then focusing on those already-developed strengths will be the most effective way to success.

However, if you don’t have a particular strength or if your strengths don’t align with your current goals, you can always build new strengths through practice.

Find out what it is that you want to do, break it down into strengths or skills to learn, and practice them until you can actually do it. Also remember that you don’t have to develop all the skills by yourself; you can always delegate to others.

Finally, you should also develop your weaknesses up to a point where you can get their main benefits. For example, if one of your weaknesses is introducing yourself to others, then you should practice it until you’re able to do it and get its main benefits, such as leaving a good first impression.

Develop your strengths and weaknesses, but play on your strengths to make the most out of your life.

Repetition is the mother of skill. ― Tony Robbins

I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times. ― Bruce Lee

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