To be purposeful. To have an intention, sometimes we have to take stock of our:
- areas of growth (the facilitator said – this used to be called “weaknesses”)
We went from wall-to-wall, first posting what popped up for us; then revisiting to read what others wrote. Insightful.
There was one more – a wall of “FEARS” but the word FEARS was buried by our blue post-its so … skipped the wall of fears after facing them. We want to be fearless after facing our fears in real life as well.