Why I Decided to Go By My Strengths

I used to stress out about the skills I wasn’t good at,

Like how all the other design kids would know how to use the 3D rendering programs,

Or how another crowd would create the coolest things in the shops,

Also the ones who could tame the whole Adobe suite.

I was stuck in the middle, and couldn’t bring myself to excel at any of them.

But I realized, I didn’t have to be good at all of them. In fact, it would be easier to find what I actually had a natural interest in instead of forcing myself to learn things I didn’t want to learn.

So I put time into writing, and presenting, and branding.

Just by making the switch, I slowly stopped stressing out about what I thought I was supposed to be good at. 

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