If you lack a skill, you'll lack ability. If you have a zero anywhere in your equation, no amount of strengths will make up for it.
For instance, in Business, you will need Sales/Marketing, Innovation, Operations, Finance and Management. If you have zero knowledge of any of these, that skill will hold you back.
Look at what the essential skills are in your field. Commit to getting at least competent in them.
To go from zero to 80% (good enough) requires a different approach than that needed to get from 80% - 99% (world-class). The last 20% also requires a different level of commitment. For instance, Stephen King spent 6 - 8 hours daily for ten years before he succeeded as a commercial writer.
The gains disproportionately accrue to people at the top. Stephen King probably sells more books than the rest of his category combined.
Being good at many things probably means that you are at 80% of your potential in all of them. It is not enough to stand out.
Pick a very few things to tackle through the 10,000-hour rule and try and reach 99% of your potential in them.
Hiring managers want to know that you will be trustworthy in your position.
To demonstrate your honesty, consider sharing a time when you made a mistake and how you resolved it. It will show your ability to handle difficult situations, and the ability to learn from it.
You are capable of running in many venues, but what is that niche where your effectiveness peaks? Some call this your tribe—that place where you exert the greatest influence.
What are three of those markets, those niches that are a great fit?