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Strength-based Approach

Updated: Mar 18



The single most important insight I gained in Chennai is the Strength-based Approach. I am already aware of this before the class in Chennai. But the class brought up the approach to me thanks to the trainers' vivid delivery. Basically, the approach is about focusing on your strength rather than weakness. This resonates me a lot. I always say to myself 'One should focus on what he loves to do. If he is reasonably smart, he will have outstanding performance in doing something he loves. And outstanding performance will eventually get rewarded.' This was my belief supporting me to move from the sales function to training.


And coincidentially in Chennai, I bought a book called 'The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari'. It says in the book:


"......The secret of happiness is simple: find out what you truely love to do and then direct all of your energy towards doing it. Once you do this, abundance flows into your life and all your desires are filled with ease and grace....."

Are we doing something we love?

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