I have no flaws. I am the perfect me. I am exactly as I was meant to be.
We all have strengths and weaknesses. To focus on the weakness of an individual is to ignore the strengths. We develop our personalities on a system of balances and checks, therefore, where there is a weakness, there is a strength to counter it. It is in the nature of mankind to compensate a weakness by developing a strength.
Sounds a little negative, yes? In the business world, quality is normally used when referencing the beneficial attributes, its ability to measure up to a set standard. In my world this prompt would be asking for a negative character trait, the one every character needs in order to appear human. So….what makes me human?
Assuming that I am human, I would guess that my least productive trait is in being a control freak…sort of…perhaps not. Being a control freak evidently means that I want to control everything around me, including people. That’s not me. I only like to control the flow of my own living. I want to be in control rather than be dragged or pushed along a path I have no desire to follow. Perhaps a better term would be strategically independent. I am not a control freak, I only want to avoid free falling. I am not stubborn, I only don’t want to follow where I should be leading. There. That is my answer: I am strategically independent.
How to fix it? You don’t. It’s not a flaw; people only do not like this trait. Being independent in your thinking and your actions can be viewed as an annoying or overly aggressive trait. Seriously, It’s not. Demanding that others follow your thinking and do as you say is annoying and overly aggressive. I’m not telling anyone what to think; I’m only say what I think. I am not telling people what to do; I am only telling them what I am doing. There is a difference. See it? Free will. I am free to do and think as I will and you are free to do the same. Having explained myself and properly defined my most annoying trait, I return to my original statement: I have no flaws. I am the perfect me. I am exactly as I was meant to be.