Great leaders know they should focus on what they do well. That strength is what carries the day. Leaders know they can hire or recruit others to do what they can not.
For example, if you are an elite quarterback in football, you don't spend time on your running game. Most of your time is spent on accuracy and timing. This means building up your strengths and not your weaknesses. Sure you can be great a several things, but to excel to incredible heights the great ones seem to have razor like focus.
Another example is from the Marvel Universe. There is a superhero named Thor who wields a powerful hammer named "Mjolnir". When Thor shows up with his hammer he beats the crap out of the bad guys, smashes the earth, knocks down buildings and wreaks all kinds of havoc if need be. The point is this, when Thor shows up he brings his hammer; He is not in the garage rounding out his tool belt working on screwdrivers and levels.
Find your hammer and ride it to the top.
When you get to the top then you can work on other things.