1) Experiment around
You never know what you are really good at
until you've tried it!
2) Ask others
Your peers can help you recognize what you
are good at and what you are not good at.
3) Read about others
See what others are doing that you can
relate to. Chances are, if you can relate
to it, you probably are good at it.
Sometimes, when you actually sit down and
think, you'll be able to discover things
you've never thought of before!
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