WHAT DO OTHER PEOPLE SAY ABOUT YOUFebruary 12, 2017
I was once asked in a job interview to offer up three words others would use to describe me. It wasn't a question I was expecting and an...
I was once asked in a job interview to offer up three words others would use to describe me. It wasn't a question I was expecting and an example of my inappropriate, self-deprecating wit was what came out. I didn't get the job.
WHITE: Peaceful, calm, supportive and bright
YELLOW: sunny, bright, helpful and enthusiastic
GREEN: outdoorsy, caring, kind and friendly
BLUE: calm, serene, peaceful and caring
VIOLET: noble, imaginative and inspirational
INDIGO: mystical, graceful, spontaneous and self aware
BROWN: outdoorsy, earthy, supportive and nurturing
Each piece of coloured yarn represents a set of positive personal characteristics. Through the course of a day, or a weekend or a meeting, you give pieces of yarn to people who embody the characteristics of the colour you've chosen for them. If you want to get analytical, you can examine the colours given to people and the spectrum of positive talents among your group.
Try it. You'll be amazed, and delighted, by how others see you.
Of course, if you're interested in team-building games that promote confidence, you might by interested in the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts Free Being Me program, offered in Australia by your state Girl Guide association.