In the book, protagonist Cadence Jones doesn't just deal with her dissociative identity disorder (also commonly known as multiple personality disorder) in her career as an FBI agent -- she uses it to her advantage. "They're not solving crime in spite of their psychoses," Davidson told Amber Taufen in our interview with her. "It's absolutely because of them. It takes a thief to catch a thief, and a crazy arsonist to catch a crazy arsonist."
So we want to know: What's your liability that you turn into an asset? For us, it's our ultra-rare "propulsive halitosis," which has played a role in our becoming excellent phone interviewers. What about you? How are you turning lemons into lemonade, social anxiety into computer science, lack of anything better to do into sandwich-making?
Tell us in the comments, and we'll give the book to the "personality" (wakka-wakka) with the best answer. Just make sure to leave us a valid email address so we can reach you if you win -- promise we will never spam you, sell your address or in all likelihood ever email you again.
So get commenting -- your workplace boredom isn't going to turn itself into a free book on its own, you know.