How to be Good at Everything

Mar 1, 2016 | Strengths

From the time we are born there is a focus on what we aren’t good at.

As a child our parents worry when we don’t take our first steps quick enough, or when we don’t make friends as easily as others in our class. They might scorn us for being too trusting of others, for talking too much or telling too many stories.

As a teenager you take home your report card full of A and B grades and what did your parents focus on? The poorer grades that you must improve upon.

Then we leave home, go to work or college and are told we need to be ‘independent’. To look after ourselves and not rely on anyone else for help…


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