"Good leaders make people's strengths effective and their weaknesses irrelevant."-Frances Hesselbein

As a sports fan or "hunter of excellence," you would never see Shaq shooting a three, Serena serve and volley, or Steve Jobs stuffing envelopes at the most vital juncture of a "game." That's because great athletes and leaders play to their strengths almost all of the time. And if they find themselves in a compromising position, they quickly "serve" their way out of it.

When was the last time you took stock of your core genius? 

Action Step: Write down your greatest strength and do one thing, large or small in a way that moves you closer to your goal.

© René Vidal 2018

René Vidal