Sue Revell (Magentachange.com) shares in a linked in course, by Career Cake (Purpose Powered), featured "BEING THE BEST YOU: SELF-IMPROVEMENT MODELING" to analyze flow, then use the findings to strengthen different areas of your choice. A smooth, caring, nurturing voice, guiding you to discover your hidden capabilities.
Very smart approach, parallel to what specialists do when they take information then give you other valuable information that you may not have been easily able to translate into a benefit in another area.
It's simply letting you in on discovering yourself and making the best of it, in few steps, giving that you do the work.
Main character affected is the thinking smurf, the one who wears the glasses, the one who always get tossed for saying, well lets say: "more than he should", From childhood, we manifest honest curiosity, its creative curiosity, but as we all grow up, it just fades away.. Turned out, saying more is ok..
A linked in course titled "Creating a Culture of Learning (2017)", in the introductory session, the instructor Britt Andreatta, PHD, shares a powerful quote "In fact, Harvard professor, Dr. Amy Edmondson, has coined the term psychological safety, and has found it as the key differentiation for creating high performing teams. She defines psychological safety as a belief that one will not be punished or humiliated for speaking up with ideas, questions, concerns, or mistakes. Both learning and failing are crucial. A metaphor that I find useful is that of a tree. For a tree to thrive and grow into its fullest potential, it needs to be rooted in soil and the quality of that soil determines what we see above the surface. The soil represents how people are treated when they take risks and make mistakes."
Will you speak up with ideas, questions, concerns, or mistakes more often from now on? I think we should all do..