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How to Discover Your True Skills and What You Are Genuinely Good At

What are your interests? When it comes to finding your true skills, there are plenty of good options. But in order ...

How to Discover Your True Skills and What You Are Genuinely Good At

What are your interests?

When it comes to finding your true skills, there are plenty of good options. But in order to find what you are really good at, you’ll want to also think about what you are passionate about. Do you love nature? Are you passionate about politics? Are you interested in helping children learn and grow? Whatever you’re interested in, that’s what you’ll find easiest to develop a skillset with.

 

What have you been good at?

If you’ve been good at something in the past, there’s a good chance you still have room to grow and develop those skills in the future. Have you been good at mediating arguments? Can you easily read people’s body language? Have you been called a good writer? By finding out what you have been good at before, you can start finding patterns so you can replicate that success.


 

Where do the two meet? What are your opportunities?

Where your interests and your past successes meet is where most people try to find their career. For example, if you’ve always been a good communicator, and you are interested in politics, you might find yourself as a campaign manager for local politicians. Finding where your interests and successes meet can be difficult, so talk to some people who know you well for advice.

 

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