I’m not going to mess around because I have already thought about this one a lot recently. Here’s my claim: people hide behind their strengths in order to avoid work and improve themselves. Additionally, they are unclear as to the potential gains that small improvements can have...One of the ideas to support the claim that people should focus on their strengths, as opposed to working on weaknesses, is that (like the economical benefits of specialization) the benefits of being really good at a couple things beats being average at all of them.
This post is going to be a beauty. Once again, I have replicated something plain and simple, (or as Chris Delia would say, “S’plain an’
I was talking to a friend recently, and he ended up asking me to send him my top five books that I think would be
A moon app, some philosophy, music, and self improvement.
I don’t even know what spiritual means It appears, for some people, this is the response when asked if they are asked if they are
1. The Coddling of the American Mind podcasts and discussions Jonathan Haidt and Greg Lukianoff’s new book has been released and they have done a couple