If you've never taken a strength's finder or strengths assessment test I highly recommend it. I recently read a book StrengthsFinder 2.0 and took the online assessment. It was very insightful about how I'm wired and how I can best use my skill sets that I'm very good at already. It's an opportunity for you to see where your strengths are, instead of where your opportunities are. This is a theory from Donald O . Clifton , Ph.D. (1924-2003) along with Tom Rath and a team of scientists with the Gallup organization that by improving upon your strengths you can go further and become the best that you can be, versus the opportunity for you to be anything that you want to be, which just may not be true. By working on the strengths that you already have and then working in that field where your strengths would best be used, you can have a very fulfilling very rewarding and very impactful experience. Focus on your strengths, not your weaknesses. It's a different way to look at yourself and at others, but I believe it is a better way in my opinion to be all that God designed you to be. And it models the way for others, especially those that work for you and those that look to to you.