Here’s how this conversation normally goes…
Me: Tell me about your goals.
You: Well, I’d like to do this, that, and the other thing but when I try, I fail because of this, that, and the other thing.
Me: Ok. Tell me what you’re really good at.
You: Ummmmm wait what? Like, what do you mean?
Presumably, you are stuck trying to achieve your goals because you feel you are falling short somewhere along the line.
Have you considered that you have fallen short of achieving your goals because you haven’t truly leveraged the things you are REALLY good at?
Typical of our society, it’s so much easier to identify all the areas you suck. Because, usually, you think about them and fixate on them more.
If 10 things go right and 1 thing goes wrong, what are you going to think about first?
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Next time you do your goal setting, rather than identifying the areas that need to be different… or the areas you need to improve on… first figure out your strengths and how you can use them to help get the job done.