No one can be an expert in everything. And it's very easy to gravitate toward what you know. That's certainly true for me! I find myself tracking down more and more census records when really it's a will and probate record that I need, but I just don't feel as confident in that area of research.
Sometimes it's just that the opportunity to learn and practice a new skill set hasn't presented itself. And I think sometimes it's easier to just keep doing what we do well, and bypass the rough spots.
So what's the weakest link in your genealogy skill set? And if you got step by step advice on how to do it would you take the plunge and really dig in?