What if you started focusing on your strengths instead of your weaknesses?
As Dan Sullivan says, “If you spend too much time working on your weaknesses, all you end up with is a lot of strong weaknesses.”
Most of the things people are really good at, they feel guilty about doing. They tend to put a lot of time and effort into things they suck at or that they think they have to do. The things they are good at seem to be so effortless and “too easy.”
Productivity is maximum results for the least amount of time. Leverage is maximum results for the least amount of effort. Focusing on your strengths makes you productive and gives you leverage.
What are your strengths? What are your amazing skills and capabilities? Where is your performance excellent?
Develop those things and think of it as marketing.
Have a wonderful day.