The essence of one-thing-at-a-time is uncovering blocks or identifying ‘limiting factors.’
Then we can come up with action strategies to improve them.
Most people play to their strengths, we do that too, but we know that our weaknesses present the greatest opportunity for growth.
No matter who we’re working with, we’re always looking to plug-holes and fix glaring issues.
The best companies improve glaring issues.
Kinda like how Michael Jordan honed up his jump shot, even after already being in the NBA for six years…
Anybody who thinks they can succeed based on strength alone without being aware of their weaknesses, has never heard of Superman…