Play to your strengths - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
play to your strengths
play to (one's) strengths
To focus one's energy and effort on that which one is skilled in or passionate about; to put someone in a position that allows them to perform to the best of their natural abilities or skill sets. After his disappointing Western-themed family drama, it's nice to see the director once again playing to her strengths with a film grounded in humor and wit. We're going to have everyone try out the different positions on the field so we can find a role that plays to everyone's strengths.
play to your ˈstrengths give your attention and effort to things that you do well; give somebody the opportunity to do this: Each member of the team should have a task that plays to their strengths.
References in periodicals archive
It's all about playing to your strengths and whatever people you have on the pitch, you've got to play to your strengths
Everyone wants to play attractive free flowing football but sometimes you have to play to your strengths
," said Fahey.
However, to play to your strengths
, you must know your weaknesses.
With the launch of so many sites aimed at the local market, it's imperative to provide premium content and services that play to your strengths
," said Mohl.
You have to play to your strengths
and Michael's a big strength for us.
It has already been stressed that you should play to your strengths