The Problem With Being Well-Rounded

by John Chow
Years ago, I was in a lecture. Personal success. That was the topic. One of the things the speaker said was that you need to pinpoint your weaknesses and then work on fixing them. So that you can become “well-rounded.” I started to wonder, “Should that really be my approach to personal growth?” Now, there’s something to the whole “work on your weaknesses” idea. Some things you need to fix.Read the full article