the·tri·fac·tor [th uh-tree- fak-ter]
A new ideology in which one approaches life. Speaking your mind, and creating your own path. Refusing to see yourself as an underdog or an outsider. Realizing your own potential when no one else will do it for you
– verb (used without object),-factor·ing, -factor·ed.
Being an inadvertent modern-day pioneer.
Friend 1: I’m a glass half-full kind of girl.
Friend 2: Just drink straight from the bottle. BOOM. You’ve been Tri Factored.
Friend 1: I need new friends.