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Initial post: Aug 25, 2008 5:56:25 AM PDT
I really appreciate all that Marcus Buckingham, Donald Clifton and others have done to increase the recognition of the strengths movement. I know that there are often quoted statistics that over all we are more likely to focus on weaknesses and think that "fixing" them will help us more than focusing on our strengths. I am curious if anyone has up to date statistics on that or if the perception in the population at large has changed because it seems everyone in the personal development field has been talking about focusing on your strengths for the last few years at least.
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The Truth About You: Your Secret to Success by Marcus Buckingham (Hardcover - September 30, 2008)
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