Your childhood upbringing gives you your world-view.
What you think were a product of your personal experiences, and perception.
- your teachers are
- your surroundings in childhood
- how your parents and siblings/relatives treat you
- how your growing up are influenced by your teachers, peers, and people you interact with.
If you don't take feedback well, you will believe only what you want to believe.
The ONLY source of everything is in The BIBLE, that includes The TRUTH!
So, let's start with LOVE.
- what is your definition
- what is God's definition
- how many kinds of love language are you aware of
The four quadrants are:
1. Open Area
This quadrant represents the things that you know about yourself, and the things that others know about you. This includes your behaviour, knowledge, skills, attitudes, and "public" history.
2. Blind Area
This quadrant represents things about you that you aren't aware of, but that are known by others.
3. Hidden Area
This quadrant represents things that you know about yourself, but that others don't know.
4. Unknown Area
This last quadrant represents things that are unknown by you, and are unknown by others.
The End Goal
The ultimate goal of the Johari Window is to enlarge the Open Area, without disclosing information that is too personal. The Open Area is the most important quadrant as the more people know about each other, the more productive, cooperative, and effective they'll be when working together.
People who have a large Open Area are usually very easy to talk to, they communicate honestly and openly with others, and they get along well with a group. People who have a very small Open Area are difficult to talk to, they seem closed off and uncommunicative, and they often don't work well with others, because they're not trusted.
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