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Goodbye College—Hello Life! Go-To Answers from a Got-There Grown-Up by Lisa Brock

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Chapter 3

Your Strengths and Weaknesses

Get to know your weaknesses. Your strengths are obvious, but your weaknesses are not. They’ll show up eventually!

It doesn’t take long for most of us to recognize what we are good at. Take athletic ability, for example: Because stats are kept and there is usually some level of spectating, it’s pretty obvious to see how one athlete stacks up against the others and which athletes are weaker in which areas. If you have ever been involved in dance, debate, or music or you are the next great whatever, you have likely faced some level of competition yourself. Competition is not always fair or objective, but it is one way to see what we are good at and what our skills are.

Good is great, but what about the not-so-good ...

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