"You like what you're good at"... do you agree?
And that you don’t like what you’re not good at.
…I’ve been told this is true. I grew up with this phrase, and around me but not at me it was used to justify parents forcing kids to do things—they only don’t like it because they’re no good. But when they’re good, they’ll enjoy it and be glad they were forced…
But I don’t agree. I think it’s more, what you like, you work at getting good at, and what you don’t, you don’t… But then, I find a challenge, trying to get better at something, fun.
Like, I was never “good” at dance growing up, but always loved, and still always love, it. And I used to hafta play chess and do minor coding when I was little, and I could do both pretty easy, but never liked them.
So I’m wondering, do you like what you’re good at, or good at what you like?