Quit Weaknesses, Focus On Strengths

The Elephant knew that he wasn’t the fastest of the animals, but what when he shipped his goods to his clients rather than take multiple trips like other animals, he focused on taking twice as many goods. The Elephant’s strength was his size and although he moved slower than the other animals, he was able to take more on each shipment.

Lesson: This tip is inspired by The Startup Playbook by David S. Kidder. This ideal has been repeated throughout success books and explains the ideal that instead of wasting time on trying to improve weaknesses, successful people focus on their strengths and leverage them to reach goals.

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