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Jul 17, 2019 05:37:00

Your strengths and positioning

by @hiro | 230 words | 16🔥 | 320💌

Hiro

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A potato should aim for the greatest potato, not the greatest tomato.

Based on what we have done, we are seeing what we liked and disliked from various aspects such as an activity, interaction with a different type of people, and under unusual situations.

In this world, everybody is different and not actually equal. Some were born taller, run faster, and solve a math problem faster. Within us, there are some relative strength and weakness.

On top of it, we should not forget the strength could be the weakness depending on the context. For example, if ones are good at talking, they cannot stand for doing routine work every day without any waste by chit chat at a factory. However, if ones are assigned as sales, they might start excitedly to talk to strangers from kids to elderly people and sell products to the right person by understanding what others want.

If you compare ourselves with others or especially see that others have what you wanted to have, you might be disappointed at yourselves. But we should not. We should focus on how we could leverage what we have, and set the right goal and the aligned strategy by allocating our time and resource.

We could choose where we place ourselves to be by assessing our strength and weakness.
Start with understanding what we have and where to place ourselves.

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    @hiro

    "A potato should aim for the greatest potato, not the greatest tomato."

    Also, not everyone likes to eat potato, a potato has to accept that.

    5plus6 avatar 5plus6 | Jul 17, 2019 20:50:58
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      @5plus6 true. Personally I am not a big fan of potato. It is okay not to be liked.

      Hiro avatar Hiro | Jul 17, 2019 20:45:16
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