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Johari Window

The You No One Else Sees

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Know thyself. This well-known Latin aphorism is tossed about as if it is easy to know your own self if you would just choose to do so. Knowing who you are, of course, must start with the choice to pursue the knowing. Or, at the very least, being forced into…

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Looking Through the Johari Window

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Way back in an undergraduate psychology class, I learned about the Johari window. A psychological tool created by Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham in 1955, the model assists your understanding of personal self-awareness. The four quadrants depict four aspects of every person: Transparent Area: the you known by you and…

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Knowing and Not Knowing

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Snow has finally descended upon us here in central Illinois. It was late coming. The snowy streets make for unpleasant driving (and running!) conditions, but there is something calming about it. Landscapes cloaked in sparkly white whisper, “Hush, be still.” And so I did just that—I watched the flakes fall…

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