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  • Writer's pictureVinayak Jawalkar

Are you actively focusing on developing your strengths?

Updated: Dec 9, 2023

Are you actively focusing on developing your strengths?

Have you ever wondered why some people effortlessly breeze through life, perpetually wearing a smile and bouncing with every step?

What sets them apart is their ability to tap into their strengths and live life on their own terms.

Learn why working on your strengths is the key to finding happiness and success.

So, let's imagine a world where each of us possesses abundant talents. Picture it like a bag of treasures we've accumulated from our childhood.

However, there's a catch - not everyone takes the time to look inside the bag and uncover the incredible things we have.

Just like many of you, I had my fair share of strengths and weaknesses in different subjects during my school days. English was one of the subjects I enjoyed, even though I wasn't exceptionally good at it.

It took years for me to grasp that expressing my thoughts in this language brings me immense joy.

It was about six years ago when I unknowingly stumbled upon my passion for writing, not knowing my affinity for English.

My greatest strength emerged when I learned to express myself more openly through words.

This realization led to an ongoing journey of writing on social media platforms.

Writing gave me a newfound clarity in how my creativity blossomed.

While I wasn't naturally skilled in English, writing allowed me to express myself and connect with others.

Consider the tasks that come naturally to you with no external prompting or pressure.

What are those things that flow naturally from within you?

Once you realize your strengths, it's time to hone them. To become better at it, you need to put in consistent effort and dedication.

Once you work on your strengths, you will understand they become your strong suits for life.

Why it's important to focus on your strengths?

Develop your strengths:

So, how do you develop your strength?

Think about the things that make you light up inside, the things you do without even thinking.

Maybe you’re great at solving problems or have this magnetic way of making people feel at ease. These strengths belong to you.

Discovering your strengths is like finding your guiding light.

It leads you toward happiness and fulfilment.

You won't need anyone else's approval because you'll be too busy doing what you love.

You feel pure happiness:

Imagine doing things that make your heart flutter with pure happiness.

Working on your strengths is like having your own secret power source.

That’s exactly what focusing on your strengths does.

You stop seeking approval:

When you embrace your strengths, applause isn't necessary.

Your self-assurance will be evident as you confidently pursue your own path, without being affected by others' perceptions.

You will feel internally motivated:

Have you ever felt that burning desire in your gut to achieve something great?

That’s what your strengths do. They fuel your internal energy so you can sustain yourself without external boosts.

You embrace self-belief and become your own greatest source of support.

You will see your productivity in action:

If you have tasks related to your strengths, you will complete them in no time. You require external reminders.

You’ll be too busy being productive.

You will succeed effortlessly:

Achieving success becomes swift when you work on your strengths.

Any idea why?

Because you focus on your own dreams and not someone else's.

Own your strengths, and express your story:

Don't wait any longer - it's time to uncover your strengths and get to work on honing them.

If you haven’t found your strengths, it is never too late.

Look back and see what are those things that are meaningful to you when you do.

Find your strengths because they are the magic ingredients that will make your story unforgettable.

Embrace, nurture, and transform your life into a masterpiece.

Shine on and stay fabulous!


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