It is easier to get better at things that you are good at than to get good at things that you are bad at.
In mathematics, the higher the probability of a thing, the more likely it’s chances of occurance.
Succeeding at your weak point is less probable than succeeding in your areas of strength.
What’s the point here? Be smart and dwell more on the things that work for you. Occupy yourself with things that keep you away from areas that would most probably drag you down.
This boils down to a point I love so much; “don’t struggle to be another person, build on what you’ve got and become a better you”.
Keep watch; chains often break at their weakest links.
Keep your weak links out of reach, feed the passions that build you and strengthen the abilities that make you standout.
Being strategic saves time and produces better results.
Leverage is another strategic tool that increases efficiency.
If those weak points must surface in your play then find a strong arm to stand in your place. A lever makes a whole lot of difference in lifting weights, apply it’s concept to life and you’ll increase your capacity to accomplish greater tasks.
Work smart; that’s being strategic.