One person’s strength is another’s weakness.
Therefore, strengths and weaknesses are relative, not absolute.
Being a quiet, introspective, listener is just as much a strength as someone who can’t keep their mouth shut. Someone being creative is just as much a strength as someone being analytical.
A trait only becomes a strength or weakness once it is placed into an environment.
Therefore, we must do much more than simply discover our strengths. We must find the environments where they can be fully expressed and appreciated.
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