Listening, first and foremost; you can't perform realistically
onstage if you're not listening. I'm very good at listening with my
whole awareness; if you're really paying attention, no one needs to
tell you any gossip, you can pick it all up yourself. I'm very good
at teaching, at acting, improvising, and at answering strange
trivia questions that no one in their right minds should know the
answer to, such as: Why do doctors wear white coats?
Also, in my time as a performer, I've had to do a lot of dialects.
Like, a lot. Examples: Northern Irish, Southern Irish, American
South, British RP, Australian, Austrian, Russian, Scottish, and
Swahili. Yes, Swahili. I'm not saying that I can speak all of those
languages, but I am saying that I can speak to you in English with
one of those accents. So, that's a skill.
In my last year at graduate school, I conceived, crafted, produced,
and directed a piece of devised Theatre. It was called "The Honesty
Project: FAU," and it was based on anonymous answers to a
questionnaire that I developed. Taking the responses, I made a
script out of them, added a band to provide some live musical
accompaniment, asked friends to provide some choreography, and cast
the show. It was really well-received and got a professional
production in a local Florida fringe festival the following summer.
That's probably the most fulfilling project I've ever taken on,
from beginning to end. So, after reading that, whatever that
indicates to you I'm good at, that's what I'm good at.
Here's a YouTube link to it: