What’s the point of self-exploration?

PURPOSE

Viewing yourself as the Formies facilitates the exploration process of your mental, physical and emotional part. It stimulates your intellectual, emotional, systemic and social intelligence alike leveraging you to the next level. With every challenge and every insight you understand yourself better, hence progress on your journey towards more self-awareness.

But what does this mean?

On this level, you are more self-aware and have developed a combination of the following qualities, also referred to as the Corafa-qualities:

Courage… you’ve increased your self-confidence

Openness… you’ve fostered self-reflectiveness and empathy with others

Resilience – you’ve aligned self-perception with the perception of others

Appreciation – you’ve enhanced effective communication

Focus – you’ve increased your internal attentiveness

Action-oriented – you’ve strengthened your decision-making

Use the challenges and the toolkit to train your Formies further and develop those qualities for more balance, freedom and joy in your (work) life.

Find the toolkit and more information about the Formies approach on www.joy-academy.eu/resources.

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