There are too many self-help books. Like diets, they are everywhere and, generally, they don’t work. Get your heart out of your tactics and put your tactics into your head.
The Bic pen, atomic bomb, and Disneyland are all disruptive innovations.
What did it take?
Today all three of these stories makes sense, but at the time, they were all incredibly different.
What is your greatest strength?
How do you find it?
Then what do you do with it?
For most, we can not self-identify our greatest strength. We have it and do it so naturally that our greatest strength just seems normal. Not at all unusual. It comes easily and effortlessly. You just do it. It’s a part of you that is so intimately you that you’ll never notice it.
One aspect about myself is that I like to do a good job. I like to do a good job at everything. I strive for excellence. Do you know when you’ve done enough?
A baseball team’s shortstop is one of the most versatile players on the field. He handles infield fly balls, relays outfield balls, relays infield balls, and backs up third base, second base and the pitcher. A good shortstop makes a great baseball team. Does your team have a shortstop?