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Professor and TED speaker Ty Tashiro, who also wrote The Science of Happily Ever After, has a special faith in awkward people. He urges them to see accepting their oddities and special talents as the doorway to achieving amazing things. He explains that high achievers – whom some other people might see as awkward – have the ability to focus intently on a limited area. They search with zeal for answers to questions outside the mainstream. Tashiro explains the challenges that awkward people face and how they contribute to society. They strive to excel in areas that interest them, like technology, culture or entertainment. If you feel awkward or if you’re a manager who wants to harness the talents of awkward people, you’ll welcome Tashiro’s insights and advice.
About the Author
Ty Tashiro, PhD, a former professor at the University of Maryland and the University of Colorado, is a writer and relationship expert. He also wrote The Science of Happily Ever After.