Stop Working So Hard. Differentiate Yourself Instead.
Here are a few ways to identify your “selling points” and leverage them effectively. Be aware of your limitationsHopefully, you’ve now identified a few things you’re good at. If you can emphasize your strengths and what you’re good at, you might be surprised at what people and companies are willing to overlook. This might sound somewhat manipulative, so look at it another way: You’re weighing up what you’re best at so you can serve others effectively. Being atypical means you probably have strengths that nobody else has, which is the perfect way to differentiate yourself.