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The Elements of Success
Every Advantage Is A Disadvantage:
David and Goliath
David and Goliath
The underdog wins against all odds
What We Think We Know
#1 – Goliath’s height ensures his victory
What We Think We Know
#2 – Goliath’s strength will overpower David
What We Think We Know
#3 – Goliath’s weapons are better
What We Think We Know
#4 – Goliath made David come to him
What We Think We Know
#5 – Goliath is far more intimidating
What We Think We Know
#6 – Goliath’s attributes guarantee victory
What We Think We Know
#7 – David kills Goliath with sling shot
What We Think We Know
#8 – Despite tremendous odds David triumphs
What We Have Done
Assessing how we think
What We Have Done
Assumed physical might equals power
What We Have Failed to Realize
Power comes in other forms as well
What Really Happened
#1 – Goliath probably had acromegaly
What Really Happened
Rare condition/average 3.5 people per million
What Really Happened
#2 – Goliath suffered from vision problems
What Really Happened
#3 – Goliath moved slowly
What Really Happened
#4 – Goliath unable to adapt
Key Lesson
Powerful and strong not always what they seem
Key Lesson
Advantage is also a disadvantage
Moving Forward
Seek to understand
David and Goliath
Seek to understand
David came running
toward Goliath,
powered by courage and
faith. Goliath was blind
to...
The Elements of Success
Every Advantage Is A Disadvantage:
David and Goliath
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  1. 1. The Elements of Success Every Advantage Is A Disadvantage: David and Goliath
  2. 2. David and Goliath The underdog wins against all odds
  3. 3. What We Think We Know #1 – Goliath’s height ensures his victory
  4. 4. What We Think We Know #2 – Goliath’s strength will overpower David
  5. 5. What We Think We Know #3 – Goliath’s weapons are better
  6. 6. What We Think We Know #4 – Goliath made David come to him
  7. 7. What We Think We Know #5 – Goliath is far more intimidating
  8. 8. What We Think We Know #6 – Goliath’s attributes guarantee victory
  9. 9. What We Think We Know #7 – David kills Goliath with sling shot
  10. 10. What We Think We Know #8 – Despite tremendous odds David triumphs
  11. 11. What We Have Done Assessing how we think
  12. 12. What We Have Done Assumed physical might equals power
  13. 13. What We Have Failed to Realize Power comes in other forms as well
  14. 14. What Really Happened #1 – Goliath probably had acromegaly
  15. 15. What Really Happened Rare condition/average 3.5 people per million
  16. 16. What Really Happened #2 – Goliath suffered from vision problems
  17. 17. What Really Happened #3 – Goliath moved slowly
  18. 18. What Really Happened #4 – Goliath unable to adapt
  19. 19. Key Lesson Powerful and strong not always what they seem
  20. 20. Key Lesson Advantage is also a disadvantage
  21. 21. Moving Forward Seek to understand
  22. 22. David and Goliath Seek to understand David came running toward Goliath, powered by courage and faith. Goliath was blind to his approach-and then he was down, too big, slow & blurry-eyed to comprehend the ways the table had turned.
  23. 23. The Elements of Success Every Advantage Is A Disadvantage: David and Goliath

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