Playing to our strengths seems too simple. But how many of us as business owners and leaders are doing things that we are not good at?

I learnt this early on in my sports career – my problem was overcomplicating things. I found it hard to keep things simple. The best athletes stay in their lane and play to their strengths.

Write a list of things that you do well in business and write a second list of things you don’t do well. Then explore how many tasks on the second list you are doing daily. The more you are doing on the second list – the slower your business growth will be.

It is fundamentally important to focus on your strengths as a business owner and leader.

Denying that you have weaknesses and that you aren’t good at everything will make you average at most things.

How will you play to your strengths today?

P.S Have you taken The 4 Quiz yet? HERE