DELEGATE YOUR WEAKNESSES. LEVERAGE YOUR STRENGTHS

Reblogger Roy Kelley
Real Estate Agent with Realty Group Referrals 16766

We can create strengths by leveraging our talents. 

 

Original content by Grant Schneider

Would you like to reach your true potential? Then do something that may sound counterproductive. Stop worrying about your weaknesses.

Although it is foolish to try to improve your weakness you have been told the opposite since you were in grade school. Even if you attempt correct your weaknesses you will never be fully satisfied, and you will be in a constant state of stress. But isn’t that what many of us try to do?   When your child comes home from school with his or her report card and it shows, for example, an A in math, B’s in history and science, and a C in English, what is your response?

That’s right. Most people will talk to their child about raising the grade in English. But what if your child might have a real talent in math? He or she might become a great math genius. But it might never be realized because time was spent dwelling on weakness rather than leveraging strengths.

To put it another way, we have talents and non-talents. We can create strengths by leveraging our talents. When we spend time doing this, we are insuring our success and we are relaxed and enjoy what we are doing. We create our weaknesses by depending on non-talents. Here is an example.

Let’s say that you have a non-talent for writing reports, attention to detail, and perfection. You would rather be working with people. If your role requires you to work with details, you are going to struggle. If you are the business owner you would do better to hire someone to take care of those details. If you have a talent for big picture 30 thousand foot strategic thinking, where you plan and organize you will be infinitely more successful in your job or your business if you leverage that talent to maximize results. Do you know what your talents are?

One way to make sure that you are leveraging your talents is by taking a personal assessment tool. But whether you do this or not you will see great improvement in performance and satisfaction by understanding your attitudes, your behaviors, and, in short, your genius. This awareness will also allow you to better understand how people see you and help you improve your relationships and dealings with others. As you achieve a better understanding of your strengths, it is important to realize that no matter how developed you are in these areas, there is always room for improvement. Further developing your strengths, and using them more often, will make them even more valuable and help you be more successful.

 

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So, first, identify your strengths and then work to strengthen and make them more valuable. You will achieve better outcomes, experience more enjoyment, and achieve more success.  For a similar post on our web site see STOP WORRYING ABOUT YOUR WEAKNESSES.  LEVERAGE YOUR STRENGTHS.

Would you like to learn to leverage your strengths?

Contact us to learn more

or call 914-953-4458.

 

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Rainmaker
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Paula Hathaway, REALTOR, LBA
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Roy--Thanks for the re-blog of this post. I missed it the first go around-- It contains information that is so appropriate for our times! Grant hit it on the mark and I will go to his blog to tell him so...Thanks again, Roy!

Apr 19, 2019 02:43 AM #1
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Roy Kelley
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Please be sure to leave comments at the original blog by Grant Schneider

Apr 19, 2019 04:42 AM #2
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Debb Janes EcoBroker and Bernie Stea JD
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Grant is reblog worthy - I'm pretty sure I already read this one, but I'm going to check to make sure. D 

Apr 19, 2019 07:15 AM #4
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Roy Kelley
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Thanks so much for  your comments. It is always good to hear from you.

Apr 19, 2019 08:09 AM #5
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Grant Schneider
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Roy - thank you so much for the re blog.  I can't see forcing people to do what they are not comfortable with.

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Roy,

What a great reblog.  I believe I read this post by Grant Schneider .  So many agents think they are helping themselves by attempting to take on all the jobs and saving money.  They end up losing money instead. A

Apr 19, 2019 12:29 PM #8
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Your feedback is always welcome and is very much appreciated.

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