Successful People Focus On Their Strengths More Than Their Weaknesses
At first blush, this sounds like a no-brainer. However, most people do not follow this fundamental principle. Studies show that more than 85 percent of people believe the key to success is based on fixing their weaknesses.
While fixing problems is important, no person or organization will fully succeed until it learns to maximize its strengths. This isn’t news for most major corporations. Corporate types have un- derstood this principle for years.
Next time you are tempted to wallow in worry over past opportunities you’ve missed…DON’T! Today is all you have…yesterday is gone and tomorrow isn’t promised.
Simply put: There comes a time to get past your past.