What are you really good at, but never want to do anymore?

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Anonym B bearbeitete ihre Antwort am 1. Nov 2019

Honestly, I really cannot think of anything I'm really good at but give up persisting in doing it. I mean typically what I really good at are things that I have passions so I might direct my ways of doing them regarding the changing situations but I won't say that I never want to do anymore. For example, the first thing pops up my mind is leaving the academic area and managing to become a qualified consultant. However, I adapt what I've taken from academic training to the new field. I appreciate my subject brought me here and still have passions developing it while in a different way.


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A sport you have had to stop for injuries or university/working reasons is a good point to deep dive.