Many of us often get lost to the things we are capable of and what our skill set is. If you find yourself unsure about your skills, answering these three questions will help you identify your skills.
What Do You Enjoy D
The first step to ask yourself while trying to identify your skills is where your passion lies, what do you actually enjoy doing? Which skill make you feel extremely competent? For instance, if you are good at explaining, advising and answering people’s questions, you should be considering adding good communication skills or customer service abilities to your CV.
What Gets You Compliments?
Here is another way to identify your skills. If you find yourself constantly getting compliments from others about a particular skill, you should consider leveraging on it. So ponder on what others commend you for most times and why they acknowledge you for this particular skill.
What Have You Done At Your Job?
If you have a job and you really can’t identify your skills, check your job descriptions. If your roles require you to do a certain task every time, then think about the skills necessary to do the work. If you are an undergraduate with no job experience, check out what you do almost every day. If that thing keeps you busy every time, then there is a skill set in there.