Okay, I admit it, from time to time, I watch “American Idol”.
It’s where I heard the term, “Staying In Your Lane.”
It came out of the mouth of one of the judges, Jennifer Lopez (J LO).
She was referring to a singer contestant who knew who she was and who she wasn’t, her strengths and weaknesses and chose her songs accordingly.
We can all learn from this.
It’s the same as capitalizing on your strengths, rather than trying to build up your weaknesses.
It’s worked for me and I’m sure it works or can work for you.
So, what are your strengths and how can YOU capitalize them?
Stay in your lane and delegate the rest.
Watching your back,
Ben Altadonna, D.C.
“The Practice Building Alliance™”