An novel and open look at what I am good at and bad at.
Super simplistic for sure but I am exploring this as an interview tool that allows a candidate (such as myself) to self-assess and reduces the need for companies to need to test them for skills they openly admit being bad at. This is a new approach. Might not work for some. Focusing on pushing candidates on their personally rated GoodAt list may be a helpful approach.
For me, the ‘good at’ list also reflects the skills I’ve actually needed in my automation and leadership positions in several recent jobs and the ‘bad at’ are skills I’ve not needed to use in those positions.