If you're anything like us, then you practically put the "pro" in "Tony Hawk Pro Skater" back in the 90s. But when it comes to actually standing up on a real-life chunk of wood with wheels attached — well, that's a completely different matter. Here's the good news: Research has shown that working on your strengths makes you happier than trying to improve your weaknesses, and there's a scientifically validated test you can take to find out where your personal strengths lie.
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Written by Reuben Westmaas August 10, 2017
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