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SESSION 7 1. Look at what you've written on your red cards. List your true weaknesses. 2. How often are you called upon to use these weaknesses? 3. Which weaknesses have you recognized in yourself? Which ones are weaknesses someone has told you that you have? Do you agree with them? (1 of 2) A New Earth Online Class Copyright © 2008 Harpo Productions, Inc. o p r a h . c o m o p r a h . c o m Companion Guide
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SESSION 7 4. In this session, Marcus discusses the Peter Principle, which states that most people will get promoted to a level of work they can only perform at an average—not extraordinary—skill level.
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Unformatted text preview: Have you seen this happen where you work? Are you a victim of this principle? What do you think you can do to break out of this "average” mold? 5. What weaknesses particularly drain you when you're called upon to use them? Now look at your strengths. Which ones enliven you? How can you do more of what excites you? Your Personal Space (2 of 2) A New Earth Online Class Copyright © 2008 Harpo Productions, Inc. o p r a h . c o m o p r a h . c o m Companion Guide...
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