How Doing (Only) What You Love Makes You And Your Team More Effective

There’s a difference between being good at something and finding joy in it, and that’s what Unique Ability is all about—fitting the right people into the right roles so everyone is working at their best. For entrepreneurs like Carl Castledine, this means focusing on the tasks that energize him (and delegating the ones that don’t) so he can perform better with less effort. Because when you’re working within your Unique Ability, you’re more productive, more motivated, and more confident in your contributions. And when you’ve got a whole team doing the same? That’s a recipe for success.

 

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