I have many features that advance my changes to create a successful business in the future.

Is features correct here? Or there is something better?

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    Please remember to capitalize the word I and the first word in a sentence in your questions :)
    – WendiKidd
    Commented Nov 4, 2013 at 0:36

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I would say that "features" is wrong, and "skills" would be better. But, this is assuming that by "changes" you mean chances.

Whereas features would imply things like a person's looks ("he has very pronounced facial features") and usually applies to things instead of people ("this software has many features to improve productivity") skills imply a person's abilities to do things. EG, "I have good people skills" would imply that I'm good at working with people, relating to them, communicating with them, etc...

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    – WendiKidd
    Commented Nov 4, 2013 at 0:38

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