My personal runner's quadrant


Once upon a time I wrote a post about the fine line between discipline and compulsive behavior. And I admitted about sometimes going to the dark side.

We all have our strengths and weaknesses. And Daniel Ofman helps you capture them in a Core Quadrant.

About the Core Quadrant

The core quality is someone’s natural positive quality. A quality you're born with. It's what you'ld call one of your 'strong points'.

However, there can be too much of a good thing!

And when that happens your strong point can become your weakness.

This strong point of the personality can, however, go too far because of which the strength becomes a weakness. Let's say you're a very punctual and tidy person. That's one of the things that make you a great person!

Your pitfall would be when the limit is exceeded. Then punctual and tidy become perfectionist and obsessive.

My own runner's quadrant

Using Ofman's Core Quadrant I made my own Runner's Quadrant! Featuring what makes me a good runner, and what my pitfalls are.

What are your strengths and weaknesses as a runner?

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