If you are in business, you know about the SWOT analysis. SWOT stands for strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. Do your own SWOT analysis: Write down your strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. While I am proficient at reading financial statements, I know I’m not great at math. As a result, I steer away from projects that require deep number skills. However, I’m strong at identifying market trends. If your company is going through a reorganization, that might give you an opportunity to present your accomplishments. As for threats, are you happy with your health and weight? There are also digital tools, at sites like UnderstandMyself.com and RichardStep.com, that can help you identify your best traits. Some of them may validate what you already know, but you may also uncover hidden talents and skills.