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We all have unique abilities and skills that are unlike others. Instead of ignoring our strengths and pursuing stuff which may not be right for us but is what others are doing, we do injustice to our key skill or gift.
We need to find a purpose that aligns with our skills.
Focusing on our strengths, understanding them and finding true purpose is a two-step exercise:
Write down what insights come to you in a journal. With time, introspection and humility you will find your true purpose by this self-assessment.
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