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I think it's great to be able to truly find out who is in fact cut out for the type of work they will be performing. Thank goodness there is such a variety of jobs requiring so many different skill sets. I often look at my husband when he is talking about his job and I say "this is why I could never do what you do". I am no more cut out for his line of work than he is for mine. We all have our strong points. The key is to be honest with ourselves and not take on things we really shouldn't be doing.

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