You might feel like I’m spittin’ on your shoes today. I apologize in advance if today’s secret upsets you.
…today’s secret…forget fixing their damn weaknesses!
There, I’ve said it.
We all have weaknesses. The reason we have weaknesses is that we can’t be good at everything. Duh!
The primary remedy these days from being marginalized to being unmarginalized is by fixing a person’s weaknesses.
The criminal justice system is infamous for attempting to rehabilitate criminals by fixating on their deficits.
Sorry. You don’t have the time to turn your participants weaknesses into their strengths. Actually, it seems like a cruel thing to do to a person anyway.
Besides, who wants to work on their weaknesses? Certainly not your participants. Probably not you either.
If you know a person’s strengths and put them in a place where they can focus on those strengths, they will be happy. You too.
It’s not about their deficits, it’s about their strengths. Identify their weaknesses so they may avoid them. Identify their strengths so they may focus on them.
The PAS® is the voice of your marginalized participant. To what extent is
having their voice in you intervention important? How much of their voice
would you like to have? Their $4, $8, or $14 voice?
Side Note: Their $14 voice identifies their strengths. Reply to me and I’ll send you two sample Strength Reports, one male and one female.
Right Time’s PAS® adds the voice of your marginalized participant to your intervention which means you can improve your decision making, achieve quicker rapport, gain marketplace advantage, and, maybe, increase your funding.