If you found yourself scratching your head about the title of this post, you aren’t alone. We often hear so much about how to respond effectively to our mistakes and failures but rarely do we hear about what we should do when we succeed. Yet responding effectively to one success can greatly improve our odds of securing another.
If your business has weaknesses which are hard to change, don’t try to wish them away. Instead, use them to clarify and fuel your game plan for success.
Some of your weaknesses may have the potential to be used as strengths, and the rest can be used to sharpen your focus and lull your competitors into a false sense of superiority.