Stone Payton: [00:00:00] And we are back with BRX Pro Tips. Stone Payton and Lee Kantor here with you. Lee, there is no shortage of counsel out there on how to be successful, how to stay sharp, but one piece that seems to have stood the test of time is this idea of focusing on strengths. Say more about that.
Lee Kantor: [00:00:21] Right. I think that people, in general, are much better served to focus on their strengths, to double and triple down on them because that’s your secret sauce. That’s the thing that makes you different and special in the marketplace. So, everybody has weaknesses. It’s important to know what they are, to acknowledge what they are, but rather than spending all this time fixing your weaknesses to make them strength, I think you’re better served by making your strengths better, learning more about whatever the thing you’re interested in and good at, becoming more and more of an expert in that area. And then, rather than fixing all your weaknesses, just shore them up or delegate them to other people rather than just spending time in areas that you get you frustrated, that you’re not great at, that you’re just kind of okay at, and you don’t really like doing. So, I think your energy and time is much better served making your strengths stronger rather than your weaknesses stronger.