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image I started to work for a new manager last year. The first thing my new boss asked me to do is to buy this book, “StrengthsFinder 2.0“, and take the test online. He assured me I would like that. Obviously, he took the test himself before and it has been tremendously helpful to his own career growth.

I bought the book, certainly. The introduction section explained why they think people should focus on their strengths instead of their weaknesses.

Their reasons are simple:

  • No one is perfect. We are all naturally good at something and fall short on other things.
  • It’s our talents and strength that makes out standout, in a good way. Not the shortcomings.
  • We are more engaged and happy when working with our strengths than working with our shortcomings.
  • It’s more efficient to develop our strengths than to remedy our shortcomings.

By the way, they are a group of psychologists working for Gallup, holding Ph.D and Master degrees in Psychology.

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