Everyone has perceived faults You are not human if you don't.
I spent many years struggling with shyness and an awful stutter. These were perceived as faults by others and to a certain extent me.
Only when I got the courage to jump out of my comfort zone was I able to truly manipulate these faults to become a positive attribute!
- The stutter was cute to some, to others my fear of talking with a stutter was an inspiration. Over time the stutter disappeared.
- Shyness is not a fault; this was only apparent to me when someone pointed out to me that shyness was only a desire to not talk unless you had a constructive point of view to get across.
I now present seminars to large rooms or people, train staff in presentation skills and confidence and mentor people with these perceived faults to a successful outcome =.
What are your faults?