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Forget the weakest link

As a primary investment of energy, over and over I’ve found leveraging strengths versus fixing weaknesses to be the best strategy for quick, small wins.

And over and over I’ve found that because of the psychology behind progress, the most reliable way to ensure big wins is to keep pursuing small ones.

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