What are your strengths and weaknesses? Have you gotten asked this question before?
Professionally, we all want to utilize our strengths and work on our weaknesses. But that may not always be a good thing juggling both.
Use these four tips; so you can learn the best ways to discover your strengths and what you should do when it comes to your weaknesses.
#1: Market Your Strengths
Whenever a situation comes up that you can capitalize with your strengths, make sure to insert yourself to do the task. If you cannot do it, then just be honest with your weaknesses and delegate to others. Focus on the tasks that feed off your strengths.
#2: Find Jobs that Play to Your Strengths
When you’re looking for a job, make sure to target the one that suits your strengths and that may also have some secondary requirements that can help to develop your weaknesses – that way you can show that you are good for the job, and that there’s room for you to grow in the role.
#3: Write down tasks or jobs you’ve love doing
You really need to think about all the kind of roles that you have really enjoyed doing in the past. Write them down and think about why you loved doing each one of them. You will learn more about yourself by doing this.
#4:Take the 16 Personality Test
Find out more about you’re personally by taking this Free Personally Test. Learn about what the results mean for you. Purchase the book Strengths Finder 2.0 and read it. This book will break down your top strengths and give you a good idea of what you’re good at. You will be amazed at how well they correlate to the jobs you’ve liked and enjoyed doing in the past.
Concluding… Now start looking at jobs that focus on your strengths. Start to learn how to delegate the things you are not good at… which are very easy to find because you’ll hate doing them.