February 20, 2023

Your blind spots uncovered

A hand holding up a lense filter in front of a landscape which changes the colours of the focus area

Some of the most important growth areas for our personal development are not easily visible to us.

We look at ourselves through our own set of filters and beliefs which gives us blind spots where it matters most that we can see.

Others see us differently, through their set of filters and beliefs.

Ask a trusted friend for honest feedback on what you do well and what could be improved.

Go on, do it today!

You will be pleasantly surprised at how well they think of you, and you will always uncover at least one area for growth you couldn’t see for yourself.

What you do with this priceless information is up to you šŸ™‚

My best wishes, Paul

Paul Matthews

CEO and Founder of People Alchemy

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