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  1. I think you make a really important point. It’s a lot easier to focus on weaknesses and frustrations/limitations. But when I do, I usually end up feeling more frustrated. In our coaching you challenged me to consider approaching some of these situations using the skills I am really good at instead. Makes all the difference! I’m still aware of the challenges, but by focusing on strengths I feel more empowered and creative.

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