You can curb your feelings of overwhelm by developing your strengths so you can feel more engaged, energized, and happy at work.
Your strengths – the things you like doing and are good at – represent the way your brain is designed to perform at its best. Unfortunately, even when we know what our strengths are, most of us struggle to develop these superpowers in ways that make it easier, more effective, and much more enjoyable to tackle our daily tasks.
Strengths influence the things people value or find important in a situation, the kinds of questions they tend to ask, the information they focus on, and the emotions they experience, all of which can shape their behavior.
Watch and learn:
A richer vocabulary for naming strengths
A deeper discovery of your own top five neurological superpowers or strengths, and an understanding of how to avoid overplaying and underplaying what you do best
A small daily hack that helps you align your strengths to your daily tasks, and become a better strengths spotter of others.