The Time You Invest Yields Higher Returns

Bill Gates probably wasn’t wasting his evenings on the computer. Einstein became the most celebrated scientist in the world because of his insane focus on the General Theory of Relativity. William Shakespeare wrote at least 154 love poems and 37 plays, including Hamlet, King Lear, Romeo and Juliet and Macbeth. He loved to write.

These people are better known for their unparalleled contribution in changing the course of the world and history. They made the most of their time when they discovered what they should be doing.

Spend most of your time on the right things and the rest takes care of itself.

What are you passionate about? Focus your energy on exploring the one thing that brings you the most satisfaction in life and if you can make it your career. Forget your weaknesses and pursue your passion. The truth is, if you throw enough time at something you’ll get results eventually.

But the point is, why waste your time on your struggles when your passion lies unexplored. We all have areas where we struggle, but i would rather use my limited time to do something I love than change everything else i hate.

Too many of us lead lives trying to fix our weaknesses when we could master our strengths.

Most people ceaselessly do something they hate, solely to get through it and be a jack of all things that can be improved. You can’t avoid every chore of course, but know that how you spend your time compounds itself, so you’d best be putting most of it where it matters.

Remember your strengths — and construct a plan to build on them

Begin to narrow your focus today and force the best out of you by concentrating on your core competence.

You can significantly increase your chances of success in life and business if you narrow your focus on what you are great at.

This is a belief that sometimes gets lost, as many people focus on achieving too much — gaining too many skill sets that they aren’t excellent at just one thing. Instead, they need to focus on their strengths to make themselves indispensable.

Once you discover who you are at the top of your game, you can use your strengths to better shape the positions you choose to play — both now and in the next phase of your career.