David Rendall - The Freak Factor: Discovering Uniqueness by Flaunting Weakness
'What makes us Weird makes us Wonderful, What makes us Weak makes us Strong'
Our parents, teachers and managers have told us that, if we want to succeed, we should find and fix our weaknesses. However, most of us never make much progress trying to eliminate our worst traits. In fact, our weaknesses are actually the best clue to our strengths. In this funny and counter-intuitive talk, David shows how to find happiness, personal fulfillment and business success by starting with weaknesses - and embracing them rather than trying to deny them.
Enlightening . . . one of the highest rankings we have had. Polished delivery . . . informative while entertaining. Sense of humor and integration of real life examples made your concepts easy to follow. Refreshing and motivating. You created a fun and stimulating energy in the room.
Barry Raber, Learning Events Chairman, EO Portland
Enlightening and highly engaging . . .
Kent Lewis, President, Anvil Media
Insightful and Inspiring
Dave Kerpen, CEO of Likable Local and author of Likable Business
About his book:
Dave Rendall has a radical prescription for chronic dissatisfaction: Stop working on your weaknesses and start amplifying them instead. The Freak Factor flips the cult of self-improvement on its head with stories of real people who have soared to success by embracing their uniqueness.
- Daniel H. Pink, author of Drive and A Whole New Mind
Are you a freak? Yes, you are, if you want to be extraordinary. In this provocative book, David Rendall shows why being outstanding comes from first standing out.
- Sally Hogshead, author, Fascinate: Your 7 Triggers to Persuasion and Captivation
LinkedIn article by Dave Kerpen, EO NY member
Forbes article by Nick Morgan
Website and links to social media profiles
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