Is your confidence strong enough that you can answer this question with any hesitation? Some people can. Are they arrogant? I would think some are, but I do know a few who can answer this question and they are quite humble in nature.
I am not one of those people who can easily answer. I know that I probably have some strength in me but to list the greatest one is difficult. If you are like me you can always think of other peoples strengths. Isn’t this question the one they ask in interviews and we all tend to stumble over?
So What Is My Greatest Strength?
I am willing to learn. This means learning almost anything that can feed my brain. I will not learn mountain climbing but it is only because I am afraid of heights. I also will not learn to be a brain surgeon because I hate the sight of blood. But give me something I have a chance at and I will try to learn as much as I possibly can.
I have to constantly work on this strength just to keep my brain at a level that I like. A strength that I would love to cultivate is knowing what to say at just the right time. As I am right now, I am often think, “I should have said this” or “I should have said that.”
Do you know what your greatest strength is?
Do you hide behind mediocrity the same way I do?
What strengths would you like to work on?
Dumbbell Side Raise, Strength Training by Ulf Liljankoski on Flickr