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The Problem With Being Well Rounded

Recently, I was watching a lecture on personal success.  One of the things the speaker said was that you need to pinpoint your weaknesses and then work on fixing them.  So that you can become “Well-rounded.”  I started to wonder: “Should that really be my approach to personal growth?”

Now, there’s something to the whole “work on your weaknesses” idea.  Some things you need to fix but on the whole focusing on your weakness is a waste of time, energy, opportunity and happiness.

A better way is to forget your weaknesses.  Do what you’re great at and find other people to do what you’re weak at.  We try so much to achieve balance.  What we really need is more imbalance.  We can do this by focusing on the few things we do great and let the rest fall by the wayside.

Scientists at Gallup did lots of research on this.  Their conclusion was that the most effective leaders focus on developing strengths instead of fixing weaknesses in themselves and in others.  The point was to play to your strengths.

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You get all the perks of running your own business but without the hassle of having to do all those things you were never good at.  If you can’t use any of your strengths in MTTB and you follow the steps and you still don’t make a commission in 30 days, you get 10 times your money back.  It’s only $49 to sign up for MTTB.

Stop trying to fix your weaknesses.  What are you great at?  I would highly recommend to use it to make big commissions with MTTB.

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