In 2007, Gallup asked thousands of US workers this question: “At work, do you have the opportunity to do what you do best every day?”
“Only 32% of people said that they did…
This represents a remarkable misallocation of talent: imagine the huge overall gain to productivity that would come from reshuffling everyone into roles they are suited for! More here.”
You know what the 68% do? They spend most of their time correcting their weaknesses or fitting themselves, a round peg, into a square hole.
Apply this rule to your own business. Are you doing things for which you have talent? And that you enjoy? Or are you like Lulu – trying to turn yourself into someone you aren’t? Because your upline insists, or you feel you should? How much fun is that?
Add to the mix that Lulu’s not making any money and we know why she’s depressed.