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Narrowing Down Your Strengths is a Powerful Long-Term Project

Can you quickly say what you’re great at?

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There’s a scene in Parks and Rec. where Ron Swanson orders an entire family platter of meat. When the server raises an eyebrow, he says, “I know what I’m about, son.”

Yeah. There’s something extremely powerful about narrowing yourself down to what you are instead of…




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