How to turn great ideas into great results

Strategy 7: Use your strengths

Strengths can be our greatest source of energy, engagement, and achievement when we know how to work with them strategically. More is not always better.

In this week's article, I cover how to find out what your strengths are, and four ways you can use your strengths wisely, starting today.

I'd love to hear how you use your strengths. Reply to this email, or connect with me on social media to start a conversation. You can find me on LinkedIn, Facebook, or Twitter.
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What I've been watching:

There are so many fantastic resources out there. I've spent a bit of time watching TED talks recently. Here are a few that caught my attention:


It's hard to read the label when you're inside the bottle

Rory H Williams

Quick bite:

It's not easy to spot our own strengths (because we're "inside the bottle"). What others have told you about your strengths? Parents, colleagues, bosses, friends, customers. And what did you love doing as a kid? Look for patterns and repetition... pretty soon you'll have a list of strengths to play with.
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