Strengths And Weakness Essay

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Reviewing one’s strengths and weaknesses is something that I feel like is a necessary evil throughout one’s lifetime. Yet it’s not something that I feel comes easily to many people. To take a good hard look at yourself and decide what you’re good at and what you’re not can be difficult. It seems as if when you think you’re good at a certain task, another person tells you that you’re not all that good at it at all. On the flipside though, usually people who think they’re terrible at a task are usually pretty decent or better than they think they are. I of course don’t count myself out of this category, but figure that I too have my respective strengths and weaknesses as a communicator. Also like countless other communicators out there, I would much rather focus on my strengths, and my strengths alone. I would love to push my communication weaknesses into the shadows. Away from where anyone else may see them, and so that I do not have to confront them. Unfortunately for myself, I know that my communication skills will always remain the same if I ignore my problems. Instead, I am forced to sharpen my communication skills into what they need to be so that I may be successful in the world of adulthood. Some types of …show more content…
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