If you can identify any patterns, you have likely hit upon one way to uncover your weaknesses.
Here are a few other ways to diagnose your weaknesses.
One of the best things you can do to achieve your goals is to be honest about and accept your areas of weakness.
The success of this solution depends heavily on your ability to accurately recognize your own weaknesses and vet other people’s aptitude for bridging the gap.
Robert Chen coaches high-performing leaders at Fortune 100 companies and teaches managerial communication, advanced persuasion, and storytelling at the Wharton business school.