In today's high-pressure work environments, we’re constantly being asked to do more.
What was good enough yesterday isn’t competitive today, and companies keep pushing harder for ever-stretching goals from employees who are running on fumes.
Why does it feel like it's never enough?
It all comes down to you.
While organizations champion the idea of quality-of-life personal development, many don’t know what to offer their workforce.
Instead, you may get feedback that places responsibility on you–like you need to ask for help more often or differently, or you should be practicing more self-care.
The whole dynamic can really shut you down, and you can easily forget the successes and capability that brought you this far.
Something got you this far–you!
Like the rest of us, you have room for improvement–everyone has “opportunities” or “growth edges.”
But unlike everyone else, you have your own unique combination of skills and abilities that you can use to tackle them.
Your job is to figure out what these strengths are and use them to your advantage.
Your strengths can get you from here to there.
By rediscovering and leveraging your strengths, you enlist the resources needed to tackle your current opportunities.
Whether you’re leading a team or just trying to get the job done, building on your best qualities can drive your professional growth.