Every person has talents, a natural potential. As a result, natural competencies are usually already fully utilized in part, others still require further development.
Some competencies do not naturally belong to someone, but are developed and represent experiential behavior. These are learned competencies, of which it takes more energy to deliver these competencies and show the corresponding behavior. To do this, you need to ‘stretch’, so to speak.
When the pressure at work and/or privately becomes too great, a stretch area can become a pitfall. This is the area where a person can go under or start exhibiting distorted behavior. For example: tenacity, originally a competency, can become rigid or dogmatic under pressure.