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Your positive attributes can strengthen your personal and professional relationships. ) You’ll find your weaknesses, on the other hand, in the things that don’t interest you or for which you have no aptitude. Maybe you lack a skill set or talent to excel in that area, or maybe you just don’t enjoy it. Like it or not, there’s a good chance you’ll be asked about your weaknesses in an interview. If you know what they are, you can find a way to use them to your advantage. For example, you may not like working early in the morning, which is reflected in the quality of your work.
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