You Can’t be Good at Everything Everywhere All at Once

Jeremy Sutton, PhD
2 min readApr 26, 2023
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What if trying to be good at everything is a big mistake?

Experts in strength-based theory tell us we should invest time and energy in our personalized strengths rather than aiming to be great at everything — ending up mediocre at best.

Clinical evidence finds that clients are most animated and appear happiest when asked about their strengths…

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Jeremy Sutton, PhD

Positive & performance psychologist, University of Liverpool lecturer, Owner/Coach FlourishingMinds.xyz