Is it better to work on your strengths or weaknesses?

Is it better to work on your strengths or weaknesses?

In one of the studies, Gallup found that employees feel more confident, self-aware and productive when focusing on strengths rather than weaknesses.

How can I reduce my weaknesses?

To minimize your weaknesses, try to reshape what you do, use your strengths to compensate, find a complementary partner, or adopt ways to work as a team so that each person can draw on their strengths.

How do you develop your strengths?

These tried and true strategies will help you develop your strengths to their full potential:

  1. Research. Perhaps you think that you’re strong in one area, but you aren’t completely sure.
  2. Patience. Developing your strengths to their full potential won’t occur overnight.
  3. Set goals.
  4. Believe you can do it.

What do you consider as abilities?

Ability is synonymous with capability, potential, or capacity. It determines whether or not you possess the means to do something. You may have learned technical skills from past work experience, school, or training.

What do you consider your talents?

Below is a list of skills that just might be yours.

  • Public Speaking.
  • Writing.
  • Self Management.
  • Networking (person to person)
  • Networking (in the virtual world)
  • Critical Thinking.
  • Decision Making.
  • Math.

Why should we hire you why do you want this job?

You can do the work and deliver exceptional results. You will fit in beautifully and be a great addition to the team. You possess a combination of skills and experience that make you stand out. Hiring you will make him look smart and make his life easier.

What are talents or skills?

Talents are recurring patterns of thought, feeling, and behavior. In other words, they’re what come naturally to you. Whereas skills and knowledge quantify past performance, talents quantify potential. Talents might include innovation, adaptability, persuasion, communication, and teamwork.

What do you consider as your challenges in life?

Here are 6 common challenges in life you must overcome on your road to becoming a better person:

  • Loss. Whether you lose your job, an opportunity, or a relationship – loss is an inevitable part of life.
  • Failure.
  • Setbacks.
  • Establishing Your Moral Compass.
  • Mastering Your Mind.
  • Overcoming Your Story.