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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Esme Slabbert said...

I may have said this before, I am not a runner but admire runners like you.
Thanks so much for participating and sharing at SSPS 295. See you again next week!

csuhpat1 said...

So very interesting. Thanks for sharing.

Michele Morin said...

I'm not a runner, but I do exercise every day and walk or cycle regularly so your thoughts are relevant to me!

PaulaShort said...

I'm not a runner. I appreciate hearing about your fitness journey.
Thanks so much for sharing this with Sweet Tea & Friends this month.

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