[Article originally published in Breaking Muscle]
Business and self-development coaches will often tell you that the secret to success is to focus on your strengths, while either outsourcing your weaknesses or becoming just good enough at them not to mess everything up. This approach allows you to avoid spinning your wheels doing the tasks you aren’t suitable for and quite frankly dread, and instead focus your precious time and attention toward the things that have the biggest impact.
Why should this be any different from finding success with a nutrition plan? When it comes to food intake, most people fall into one of two categories: moderators or abstainers.
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