When you play to your strengths your perform well and you learn when you work on your weaknesses. Both have their up and downsides, so you need to find balance. In my experience, 5:1 is the perfect ratio.
We all make goals with the best of intentions and fail to complete a fair number of them. It’s disappointing in its own right, but also embarrassing when we tell everyone we’re going to get things done and then don’t. You can avoid this problem by considering obstacles during the planning phase. Continue reading Always Anticipate Obstacles When Making Goals