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THE FREAK FACTOR. Discovering Uniqueness by Flaunting Weakness. Overview. Awareness Acceptance Appreciation Adaptation. 1. Awareness. What’s your problem? What don’t people like about you? What don’t you like about yourself? What weakness are you always trying to fix?

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the freak factor

THE FREAK FACTOR

Discovering Uniqueness by Flaunting Weakness

overview
Overview
  • Awareness
  • Acceptance
  • Appreciation
  • Adaptation
1 awareness
1. Awareness
  • What’s your problem?
    • What don’t people like about you?
    • What don’t you like about yourself?
    • What weakness are you always trying to fix?
    • How do you wish you were different?
    • What don’t you like to do?
2 acceptance
2. Acceptance
  • Weaknesses are clues to our strengths
    • There’s nothing wrong with you.
    • What seems to be wrong with you, is what’s right with you.
    • Frame your uniqueness in a positive way.
2 acceptance1
2. Acceptance

Creative vs. Unorganized

Organized vs. Inflexible

Committed vs. Stubborn

Flexible vs. Inconsistent

Enthusiastic vs. Obnoxious

Calm vs. Cold/Emotionless

2 acceptance2
2. Acceptance

Myth:

There is nothing strong about my weakness

Truth:

Every weakness has a corresponding strength

3 appreciation
3. Appreciation
  • Don’t try to fix your weaknesses
    • It will diminish your strengths
    • It is difficult and frustrating
3 appreciation1
3. Appreciation

“When you choose anything,

you reject everything else. . .

so when you take one course of action

you give up all the other courses.”

- G. K. Chesterton

3 appreciation2
3. Appreciation

Strength

I-------------------I------------------I

1 5 8 10

Weakness

I------------------I------------------I

1 3 5 10

3 appreciation3
3. Appreciation

Myth: I need to be well-rounded

Truth: No one pays for mediocre

  • We can’t make everyone happy.
  • Everyone is different.
  • We each have unique talents.
4 adaptation
4. Adaptation

“A strength not utilized is like

a sundial in the shade.”

- Benjamin Franklin

4 adaptation1
4. Adaptation
  • Find situations that maximize your strengths
  • Avoid those that magnify your weaknesses
  • Create a “not to do list”
  • Find people that complement you
4 adaptation2
4. Adaptation

Myth:

I need to change to fit the situation

Truth:

I need to find situations that fit my strengths

resources
Resources
  • Now, Discover Your Strengths
    • Clifton & Buckingham
  • The One Thing You Need to Know
    • Buckingham
  • Let Your Life Speak
    • Palmer
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