Turning a weakness into a strength

07/22/2013 | TheDailyMuse.com

If you have noticed a weakness in your professional skill set, seek the support of others as you push for improvement, writes Lea McLeod, who sought to improve her public-speaking skills. "Having a team (and clients) that wants you to succeed is empowering," she writes. "And with their motivation and votes of confidence, you'll be encouraged to push forward." You also should develop a plan for improvement and celebrate minor successes, she writes.

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