And it can help you too. So many people don’t look at themselves as a whole. They only see the parts they can face.
I like to take something weak in myself and create a strategy to overcome it. Sometimes I just strengthen one of my stronger points or sometimes eliminate the weakness altogether.
For example, when I learned that I was bipolar and that certain traits were common I focused on my most obvious. I decided I was going to curb my finances. The first thing I did was start tithing (and, believe me, that helped a lot). Then I decided I was not going to spend every cent I got my hands on. Made a budget and stuck to it. I have my mishaps but it’s a lot better and I feel more secure.
I’ve addressed other areas in my life by sheer determination (and meds). I don’t know that I could have done it without medication.
I learned this by using SWOT analyzation. It’s really good for your business and personal life.
We all have issues even people without bipolar. We all have a thorn in our side. It keeps [some people] humble.