3 WAYS TO IDENTIFY YOUR STRENGTHS

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Throughout our lifetime, we all hope to experience and do many things to achieve the goals we have set for ourselves. Everyone has an idea of what their ultimate destination will look like. The problem is that most of us do not prepare for the twists, turns, and trials that may encounter us along the way as we travel our journey.

In my podcast with Harsh Mariwala, we discuss various methods that can help people recognize their strengths. We discussed how choosing the right path can be challenging for most people as they grow older, and we need to figure out how we can make a difference. That is why it can be extremely helpful to know our strengths and weaknesses.

The best way to identify and improve your strengths is to use a combination of methods. There are some tasks that require self-evaluation and others that need the assistance of other people. You’ll gain insight into your strengths and weaknesses with the help of these few points:

1. Interact with people and get feedback

In the case of friends, it is relatively easy to describe the qualities we see in them that are commendable. On the other hand, when we describe ourselves, our list of weaknesses grows far more long than our list of strengths. You know what they say: we’re our own critics.
Talking to others can be very helpful when trying to see your strength, especially individuals you love and trust.
Inquire about significant events that they remember with you and examine what strengths they discovered in you. Write down what they say and work towards improving those strengths.

2. Reflect on your passions

When you enjoy doing a task or a simple chore, it is often easier to develop your skills in that area and turn them into your most substantial assets. Spend time practicing the activities you most enjoy, paying attention to the various skills you use in each activity. Although some individuals are naturally gifted in certain areas, anyone can develop their strengths with practice. Discovering your natural talents and passions will enable you to determine where you are most eager to devote your time and effort to achieve expert status.

3. Seek out new experiences

Self-awareness depends heavily on your everyday experiences in life, so it is essential to try out various skills, hobbies, interests, and activities to understand your strengths better.
In order to improve your professional skills, explore opportunities for professional development and take some risks by collaborating on projects that are out of your comfort zone. If you are interested in developing a specific strength, you can also seek out new leadership roles, shadow mentors, or take courses related to the area you wish to develop.

Identifying your strengths and weaknesses is not as difficult as you might think, and there are many ways in which you can improve them. Recognizing and developing your own strengths may serve as a way to improve your performance, but it also helps you get a deeper understanding of yourself.

Best of Luck!

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