I think you got it wrong. What I’m trying to say is that what if those bad things are unavoidable ? I always thought every time I wanted to learn something new, I was bad at it, I tried but I failed many times before I became really good at it.
Exactly, it all depends on what the weakness is. Thank you
I think almost 80–85% of people today are afraid to give a speech or talk in public to a crowd (including me). But there is something called EQ (Emotional Quotient), counter part of IQ. Research says that EQ can be taught, learned unlike IQ. It’s the ability to understand and manage emotions of self and others. Hope it’s useful☺
“Avoid things that you’re bad at.”
How can avoid things that you’re bad at. Then how will you improve in that area? What if it’s unavoidable thing, but you’re bad at it?
What I’m trying to say is that “failures are necessary for growth”