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If you want to achieve something, what is your default way of going about it it? And is it usually successful? By getting clear about how you tick in this area, you can honestly assess your strengths and weaknesses. By doing that you can maximise your strengths, improve your weaknesses and move forward.

What’s your default style?

We all have different ways of going for the things we want in life. For example, if I’m completely honest my default way to is usually to dive straight in, really go for it, excited and enthusiasm all the way. I am like a rocket launcher! However, the story further down the line is often very different. I have a tendency to lose interest or burn out.

What are your strengths?

I really love my enthusiasm! It is something that comes very easily if I am genuinely inspired by something. I am a great person to have round to get a project going. What are your positive attributes in this area? If you find it hard to think of them, ask a friend. If this is the case, you may be taking your strengths for granted!

What are your weaknesses?

As I mentioned at the beginning of this article, one of my weaknesses in regards to achieving my goals is lacking the commitment and persistency to follow things though in the long haul. Knowing this is powerful for me. I am working on this and finding ways to balance this tendency.

Where are the gaps?

Be completely honest with yourself, what could you do to improve your success style? I know now taking the ‘slow and steady’ approach makes a big difference to me. Persistence and commitment, mixed with a relaxed and steady approach is making all the difference in achieving my current goal to create a successful coaching business.

Save time

There is a lot of great advice out there, but there are only so many hours in the day. I know I don’t need more advice about how to be excited or passionate. I don’t mean that arrogantly and of course we can all do with a dose of inspiration at times. However from knowing how I tick in this area, I know what makes the most difference to me and can save time and head for my own priority area.

You are your own best teacher

One of the things I realised recently is that it is important to know yourself. It helps you be clear what you are about in all areas of your life. There are great people who have achieved things that you may want to achieve. Advice from someone who has done what you want to do is some of the best advice you can take. However, ultimately you are your own best teacher.

I’d love to hear what your style is? What’s great about it? and what you can improve?

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