Favors

 

 

Favors

 

Favors are ways of finding out what you do best and what you enjoy doing. These favors can help you find a real sense of power that comes from identifying your individual traits, abilities, and interests. Everyone has special powers and abilities. It’s important to figure out the different strengths and weaknesses you may have so that you can apply them to your life in a way that makes you happy. The first step is to identify your personal set of favors. What are you good at? What are you not so good at? What do you enjoy doing? Why do you enjoy doing these things? What makes you feel good about yourself when you’re doing these things? It’s good to know what your personal favors are because it’s easy to get lost in the vast sea of other people. It’s extremely important for you to find your own set of favors and really showcase that.

Todd Saylor believes in having favors. Todd’s own terminology for favors is a way to identify what he is good at. He mentions that for most people their favors are not something they particularly chose; it just kind of happened that way. They may be natural talents or abilities, personality traits, skills that were developed over time, specific experience, or any number of other characteristics that make us special and different in some way. It’s not easy to find your individual set of favors. It requires time, introspection and honesty. The skill is being able to articulate them in a way that will help you achieve your objective. This can be done by writing down a list of your talents, skills and abilities and then looking for patterns and connections between them.

“Favors are the elements of your personal brand that make you special and different. They are the things you are good at. They can be tangible or intangible.”

Todd’s theory is that everyone has a different set of favors; some people may have more or less. It’s important to find your individual set because it’s what gives you a unique sense of power.