“I don’t think about what I’m worst at. That would take me a very long time to figure out, so I can’t answer your question. The closest answer I can give you is that I wouldn’t want to sell it, because I believe the worst parts of ourselves are essential because they keep us growing. If a weak point interferes with my goals along the way, I improve it until it no longer does.”
Silly answer? I guess so. But I really do believe it’s a silly and cheap question. Something along the lines of “Tell us why we shouldn’t hire you”. To which, again, my answer would be “I won’t”. haha.
I personally feel like the whole thing of pitching your weakness as a strength would be a bit of a cliche. It would be expected, it would be common. Those, I believe, are not the things you want your interview or answers to be like. A long time ago, it might have been smart to do that, but now-a-days I feel like if I was an interviewer, it’d make me a bit nauseous to hear that cliche. That’s just my opinion.