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Better concentrate on your strengths for self-development!
All of us are a mix of strengths and weaknesses. But, we need to know them and build on strengths and overcome our weaknesses. Sometimes, we need to ignore our weaknesses by calling them as limitations which could be hereditary; they are part of our nature.

However, humans are a product of both nature and nurture. We need to devote effort and energy to nurture our strengths. And, at times, some limitations get imposed by our environment and context. We may be able to change them only a bit, that too with great effort and struggle. Therefore, we need to concentrate on self-development and nurture our strengths.

Many times our limitations arise out of our bad habits. These are acquired or learnt impeding behaviours, and can be unlearned with analysis and rationalization since they are conceived actions. If not attended to, such habits can become hurdles in the path of fostering and nurturing our strengths.

However, the hereditary limitations should be accepted and strengths should be developed as compensation to our self-development. For example, if you do not have a good physical presence, you can work on developing your wit and wisdom to be liked and sought after.

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