I am a 25 year old living in SF. I run a startup consultancy and am also working on a productivity startup. I am very passionate about hyper growth. I love learning new things, improving myself, and solving problems.
For the most part, high school was the last time that we spent an extended period of time doing things that we are bad at. If you were an excellent writer, it didn't change the fact that you had to take physics. Brainiacs had to take PE and state champion athlete had that moment when they realized their calculator was in radians, not degrees. After high school, we majored in subjects we were good at, pursued internships where we knew we were a great fit, and eventually got jobs that allowed for seamless monetization of our skill set.
When you spend most of your time doing things you are good at, you don't get a lot of exposure solving problems that you are bad at, and when you do, you rely on solutions that employ what you are already good at.
Please feel free to reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would love to hear your story.