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Raise Your Game: How to succeed at work by Peter J. A. Shaw

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Chapter 2. Understand Your Least Strong Areas

Understanding and being honest about your least strong areas is crucial to making progress. Pretending that your least strong areas do not exist may work in the short term, but is folly in the long term. A range of different strategies can be applied, including working with others who can compensate for these relative weaknesses, choosing an area of focus that uses your strengths to the best possible effect and having clear strategies in place when you need to use your least strong areas. Giving yourself a reward when you do use your least strong areas to good effect can be a valuable way of reinforcing your capability.

Why is it important to understand your least strong areas?

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