How to identify one's own strengths and weakness ?
to become a millionaire
The answer to this question is all about honesty and belief. In other words be honest about what you really believe you can achieve and then you will achieve it. If you do not believe it, then it will not happen.
So it is better to believe you can earn $5K a month and achieve that level of income rather than say you can earn a $100k a month and fail miserably. Your true belief is the key and realistic goals are the tools, remembering everyone's realism and expectations will be different.
Totally agree with BrianS. It's all about concentrating on the small things you want to achieve. These small things will be great one day, if you stick to your goals.
Furthermore, it is most important that you enjoy what you are doing. So, your strength will mostly be connected with the things you like to do.
Your weaknesses are most likely connected with the things you don't like to do. And don't forget to enjoy the moment and to do just what "now" is needed. The needs of the "now" may also be connected with your goals.
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