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The Best Work is Not What is Most Difficult for You

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The Best Work is Not What is Most Difficult for You

The best work is not what is most difficult for you; it is what you do best. – Jean-Paul Sartre

“Do whatever you do intensely” – Robert Henri

Are you achieving the results you want from everything you do?

If not, maybe it’s time to ask yourself the following questions:

Are you focusing on the right things?
Is your energy and focus divided? Do you know what your strengths are?
One of the many lessons I have learnt over the years is that focusing on too many things at once will not enable you to achieve your best results. But even more important than that is to ensure that your focus is on what you do best, this is when you will do your best work and get your best results.

Why Focusing on Your Strengths is the Best Philosophy

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