Work On Your Strengths

When we are young, there are subjects that we are good at and subjects that we are not. Whether in school or back home, we will always be asked to work on the ones that we are not good at.

It makes sense when we were young to work on subjects that we are not good at but as time goes by and when we start working, we still on the things that we are not good at?

Isn’t it a waste of time? Wouldn’t it be more productive to find someone who can complement us in what we are lacking?

I never thought this way until I attended the Crack Your Strengths Quotient program and it has been a liberating process for me to know why I act the way I acting and the things I am doing.

So to express my gratitude:

1. I am grateful to have attended the Crack Your Strengths Quotient to let me know that my top theme is Learner and now I worked and practiced on my Learner theme every day.

2. I am grateful to stick to my word and made the calls and had several appointments fixed over the next 3 days.

3. I am grateful to have the confidence to tell it point blank to a doctor what we are doing and take it in stride even when he says No to the business.

4. I am grateful to have the skills of getting and collecting contacts.

5. I am grateful to have followed the Dream Exercise now for 10 days. Things will start changing for me because I have faith in Stewart Hughes in what he wrote in the Dream book.

Thank you Buddha for all your blessings. The journey I am taking this far is definitely shortening the whole cycle of my learning process. I am ready and willing to receive all of your blessings.