How to have great ideas

Strategy 10: Use your strengths

Sadly, our work and social cultures often focus more on our weaknesses than our strengths. By concentrating on what we're not good at, we drain our energy and miss many opportunities to increase our energy, engagement and accomplishment. And we decrease our ability to think flexibly and creatively, making it harder to have great ideas.
How can you spot your own strengths? And how can you apply them in ways to help you generate great ideas. Read the article here.
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Focus on your strengths, not your weaknesses.
Focus on your character, not your reputation.
Focus on your blessings, not your misfortunes

Roy T Bennett

Quick bite:

Want to feel more energised at work? Pick one strength (something you're good at, that energises you) that you don't use very often. Think of a couple of ways you can use that strength - whether tackling your tasks or communicating with colleagues. For extra energy, spot strengths in your colleagues and help them use their strengths in new ways too.
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