Managing Oneself: Strengths

You can read as many books as you want that try to teach you how to become successful, but these are merely suggestions that by process of trial and error you narrow down into what works for you. Some success stories’ secret ingredient is long 10-hour bouts of intense focus where they forget to eat or drink, while others work 2 or 3 hours a day. Some achieve what they want only if they can do so in the comfort of their own home, while others need to change up their environment and go to a coffee shop. The point is that the only way to become successful is to find the unique way that works for YOU.

Like one’s strengths, how one performs is unique… Just as people achieve results by doing what they are good at, they also achieve results by working in ways that they best perform.” -Peter F. Drucker (pg.11)

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Managing Oneself (Harvard Business Review Classics)

 

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