Break some rules ...
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I started to read the book First, Break All the Rules again.
"In this longtime management bestseller, Gallup presents the remarkable findings of its massive in-depth study of great managers." see https://www.gallup.com/press/176069/first-break-rules-world-greatest-managers-differently.aspx for all necessary details.
Want a quick introduction into the 12 questions mentioned as 60 Second Book Brief: First Break All The Rules, see https://youtu.be/AwFjDSmJWq4
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"There is one sure way to identify your greatest potential for strength: Step back and watch yourself for a while. Try an activity and see how quickly you pick it up, how quickly you skip steps in the learning and add twists and kinks you haven't been taught yet. See whether you become absorbed in the activity to such an extent that you lose track of time. If none of these has happened after a couple of months, try another activity and watch-and another. Over time your dominant talents will reveal themselves, and you can start to refine them into a powerful strength." -- Donald O. Clifton, https://high5test.com/strengthsfinder-free/