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Self-development: diversity vs. capitalizing on strengths
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RE: Self-development: diversity vs. capitalizing on strengths
I've ventured down a similar path with a variety of interests and hobbies, and what I've found is I've got to stick with what I enjoy, not what I THINK i should enjoy.

I've gotten pretty far into learning a language, computer programming, cooking fancy meals, only to realize that it just really isn't fun for me.

You can still find me some weekends at the skatepark, even though I'm the oldest one there and M-F working a corporate gig. I enjoyed the hell out of it when I was young, and it never faded, even when I try to get into way more eccentric stuff.


Also, I think action speak louder than words. If you can demonstrate your interest/hobby confidently, what good is it?

Interesting topic for sure.
01-21-2017 12:37 AM
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RE: Self-development: diversity vs. capitalizing on strengths - Stoolio - 01-21-2017 12:37 AM

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