(Original post by resentment.)
it's not really in the autumn, more so before, but sort of yeah.
i doubt ill be given a contract seeing as my development's been halted for the past 2 years with really bad health.
You will find out things you're good at as you get older, it doesn't have to be academic things. Could be making money, being a parent, cooking, teaching, designing, being empathetic with people - helping them, understanding them, making them feel welcome, and this will reflect in your future job!
I like to think I'm good at being empathetic, drawing and taking arty photos and organising things - birthdays, nights out, changing room redecoration (I'm secretary of my rowing club and have done these things).
I have pondered this very same thing before and came to the conclusion that I was not significantly good at anything. However, over the last few months it hit me. The area where I excel where others don't is having self-belief.
Basically, I am good at getting myself back-up from failure, I do it time and time again and that is what I am good at. I am not so sure that it is a talent as such.
It is a bit depressing mind, not being able to excel at anything productive.
Yeah, it does But tbh, most of the time you can't just excel at something without any effort. You should work at that one thing you say you're okay at until you do excel at it! That's how talents are born
They say good things come to those who wait, but I think that's rubbish most of the time.