I'm the world's most boring man.
How boring am I? My personality is so anti-magnetic I can't carry credit cards. I have been known to induce narcolepsy by walking through a room.
When I was a kid, I read comic books, and wished for superpowers like super-strength, super-speed, or the ability to fly.
As it turns out, my super power is exactly the correct one for my profession as an Arizona bankruptcy attorney.
Being super-boring is helpful in dealing with terrified clients; they calm down almost immediately when they are fighting to stay awake.
And being super-boring is helpful when I'm dealing with very angry creditors; they forget to be angry when they're dropping into a soporific state, and then they can think rationally, and decide whether they want to win, or they want more money under my suggested deal. More money always wins, when a large creditor is bored enough to be economically rational.