Think about going through any day without having a conversation. It’s practically impossible. Yet it may be that having a meaningful conversation is becoming a lost art. You know you missed an opportunity to say what you mean when you leave a conversation, still talking about it to yourself and others.
I've done a considerable amount of recruiting. Most recruiters ask about a candidate's weaknesses. I've never found this inquiry to reveal anything substantial because of 1. people don't want to tell their shortcomings, and 2. it doesn't create a foundation for growth.