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Bet on your strengths. It’s an underrated business strategy in a world where so many people are obsessed with fixing their weaknesses they give short shrift to the skills they were born with.
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This question was posed in 2014, when I was twenty-six days into a new diet and workout regimen designed by the personal trainer I hired to help me get back in shape. I had realized I wasn’t accountable to myself when it came to health, so if I was going to make a change I would need to become accountable to someone else. It worked. At the time, I’d made it to the gym twenty-six times and eaten seventy-eight healthy meals in a row without cheating. Since then I’ve kept it up. I feel so accomplished. I’m also grateful that I figured the solution out at a young enough age that will allow me to reap the benefits for decades to come.
So the biggest thing I learned that year hands down was that prioritizing my health is a really good idea. My energy level was down for a while because I had been living on sugar. But after just a few weeks, I felt like a different person. Making my health a priority has changed my life. And remember what I said about how everything I do is a chess move that gets me closer to owning the Jets? This change isn’t just good for my health or my family; I will be able to build businesses and invest and do what I love to do longer because of it. It’s cloud thinking, which is win-win all the way around.