Finding Your Strengths

As a 1ViZN Distributor, building the business is also about building yourself through personal development. A part of any entrepreneur’s journey is to find out what their strengths are. This is an essential key to finding success. Here are some ideas to help you find your strengths.

1. Ask Others

Talk to your up-line or mentor, a family member, or a close friend. Choose people you know well from different walks of life. Make sure that they will be honest with you. Ask for specific examples of when they have seen you demonstrate these strengths.

2. Spot Patterns

As you receive feedback, look for common themes that appear. You may want to make a list of these themes, and the key examples that support them. What do these themes suggest about your strengths?

3. Breakdown Your Biggest Wins

Think of a time you did a great job on a challenging work project, or a time you felt particularly accomplished. What were you doing at the time, what skills helped you achieve your end result?

4. Figure Out What Comes Naturally to You

While determining what your strengths are as an entrepreneur, take a look inward and into the past and figure out what you have been a ‘natural’ at. Focus on coming up with at least 5 things you are a natural at.

5. Watch for signs of excitement

When you are engaged in an activity you’re good at, your excitement is evident. When you are using a core strength you feel motivated. Look for your excitement during activities to notice strengths.

Now that you have taken the time to find your strengths and skills as an entrepreneur, it is time to put them into action. Create an action plan for how and when you will utilize your strengths.

 

Finding and understanding your strengths is essential for every entrepreneur. For more tips on how to build and grow a successful 1ViZN Business, subscribe to our blog below and check out our Facebook Page!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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