There are two types of weaknesses:
TYPE I: Not being good at something
TYPE II; Being really good at something that others label as a weakness
Most people aren’t aware of their strengths because they’re disguised as Type II Weaknesses.
Some are lucky enough to be in an environment growing up that appreciates and reinforces their strength. Most people are in an environment that ignores or puts it down.
The trick to finding our strengths is following its bread crumbs:
- Areas where we’re different than others
- Something we do so naturally that it has become invisible
- Something that gives us energy
We own our strengths when we own who are instead of resisting.
We realize our strengths when we project them to the world and attract a market of people who are served by them.
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