You Must Know Your Strengths
Drucker wrote that most people think they know their own strengths, but that they are almost invariably wrong. Drucker’s question is of critical importance because you cannot build great performance on weakness or even through seeking to avoid any weakness. This is because there will always be faults in any individual, even the most effective and successful. If you focus only on avoiding faults to the extent that you ignore your strengths and their development, you will be making a major...
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