MBTI, DiSC, Strengthsquest and multiple other personality assessments and sorters have appeared on the market after World War II, proposing to provide people insight into themselves.
But, when a person attains insight into themselves, what they do with that insight—how they change—is at least as important as the insight itself.
How we are seen and perceived by others is more of a tricky proposition and this is where Project Fascinate and Sally Hogshead come into play.
Sally has come up with an assessment that examines how the world sees you and breaks it down in an easy to read, highly accessible 16 page document.
But, what’s even better is that she promotes becoming more of what you already are, and differentiating yourself from the crowd by becoming more of what people see you being.
In a positive manner, of course.
This can create conflicts with self and conflicts with others, particularly if you’ve spent a long time (such as a lifetime) being what you think others want you to be, instead of being what they actually know you to be.
Unlearn boring and be more of yourself. This is the core of Project Fascinate.
-Peace Be With You All-
Jesan Sorrells, MA
Principal Conflict Engagement Consultant
Human Services Consulting and Training (HSCT)
Email HSCT: firstname.lastname@example.org