The Way We See Ourselves & How Others See Us Are Often Very Different Things - Poly.Land
How we see ourselves and how others see us are often very different things. Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingraham created an exercise called the Johari Window (named by combining part of both of their first names, Jo + Harri/Hari) that can help bridge that gap. In the Johari Window exercise, participants pick words from a list of adjectives that they feel describe their personality. » Read more