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The Freak Factor: Discovering Uniqueness by Flaunting Weakness (udgave 2011)

af David J Rendall (Forfatter)

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Unleash yourinner freak...and discover your unique potential.Think of the thing that makes you strange--the weakness that you won't admit during a jobinterview or performance evaluation. Well, have you ever thought that the foundation of yoursuccess might be found in that weakness? Are you embracing your inner freak, or are youhiding it in order to conform and maintain the status quo?David Rendall believes that amplifying your weaknesses is crucial for your success, and heencourages you to do the same.In The Freak Factor, David argues that what makes you weird also makes you exceptionaland what makes you weak also makes you strong.Embrace your freak factor, and discover:→→ Greater personal happiness, fulfillment, and energy→→ More meaningful relationships with family and friends→→ Increased employee engagement and productivity→→ Better business strategy and marketingYour greatest weakness is also your greatest strength. Find out how maximizing your freakfactor can transform your life, work, and relationships.… (mere)
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Titel:The Freak Factor: Discovering Uniqueness by Flaunting Weakness
Forfattere:David J Rendall (Forfatter)
Info:CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2011), 198 pages
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Unleash yourinner freak...and discover your unique potential.Think of the thing that makes you strange--the weakness that you won't admit during a jobinterview or performance evaluation. Well, have you ever thought that the foundation of yoursuccess might be found in that weakness? Are you embracing your inner freak, or are youhiding it in order to conform and maintain the status quo?David Rendall believes that amplifying your weaknesses is crucial for your success, and heencourages you to do the same.In The Freak Factor, David argues that what makes you weird also makes you exceptionaland what makes you weak also makes you strong.Embrace your freak factor, and discover:→→ Greater personal happiness, fulfillment, and energy→→ More meaningful relationships with family and friends→→ Increased employee engagement and productivity→→ Better business strategy and marketingYour greatest weakness is also your greatest strength. Find out how maximizing your freakfactor can transform your life, work, and relationships.

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