Everyone has things he or she does well. When you do the things you are good at, you perform better and get better results. And better results means greater benefits, both to yourself and to those around you. It is critical to play to your strengths in life, and to spend time doing the things you’re best at in order to create the most value for yourself. It is also important to know that your strengths are much more than just things you do well (e.g. math, sports, music); they also involve situations in which you thrive and the people with whom you are at your best. You must understand all of these strengths to multiply your successes.