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  1. I once heard an interesting opinion that in the first part of life people focus on strengths, achieve results, and in the second part of life they deal with weaknesses and improve them.

    In general, if you rely on the history of raising children in different cultures, the following option looks optimal::

    -You seriously deal with your strengths, but you still spend a small part of your time on your weaknesses.�

    Sometimes it turns out that the weaknesses are not so weak, and it also contributes to the versatile development of the individual. Thanks to it, you can mix your skills and achieve cool results in your field. For example, you are a wonderful tutor, and you are also learning how to promote services online. We combine your abilities and voila-a sea of clients found on the Internet who are satisfied with your strong tutoring side.

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