Prior to this point, not much has happened externally. You have released energies for your challenge (RsH-G1). And you have involved yourself mentally in ways that allow you to feel confident (RsH-G2) about the way forward. However, there has been no focus on the many activities that you must launch and sustain if your project is to succeed.
All creative activities are social. Progress normally depends on your willingness to do otherwise disliked tasks, and a readiness of others to assist in minor and major ways. As long as you proceed shrewdly, yourwill encourage others to put in their time, ideas, resources or efforts for your project. To participate, they also need to feel , at least temporarily. Fortunately, genuine is infectious. There is a virtuous circle: their , even with limited involvement, feeds back to sustain yours.
There are 5 generators of support as shown in this Table.
|Group||Use of Enthusiasm||Type of
More details of Triad. Support needs to be provided as follows:emerge from the internal structure of each
|:||Top internal Level||Handle yourself and others shrewdly: i.e. your must focus to suit your effort & the situation.|
|:||Middle internal Level||Handle yourself and others sensibly: i.e. your must be intelligible and reasonable.|
|:||Lowest internal Level||Handle yourself and others meaningfully i.e. your must have relevance and significance.|
Depending on theand the moment, the may be on yourself or on someone else. Certainly, at different times, you need to yourself, yourself, your experiences with yourself, yourself and yourself.
You mustyourself and become energized with an intense desire to proceed in whatever manner is possible. Your own visible carries weight. Others will be able to experience it directly via a spontaneous identification with you. If you can also others in relation to your project, which is never easy, you can build a network who will endorse what you are doing, and back you in public.
Shows ofmay be suppressed in business circles, either as part of maintaining a rational orientation, or establishing a stronger negotiating position.
: you must meaningfully ( ), sensibly ( ) and ( ) shrewdly to do some things and avoid others.
The focus of is the of your project. You must be clear about the values and goals that confirm unequivocally just how sensible your project is.
To create the necessary energy, you must meaningfully key features and qualities of your project. Produce documents or slides or stories: these are obviously needed for others, but they are also important for yourself.
Finally, your to work hard at the challenge and anything to do with it must be shrewd. If you are crudely realistic, others may well be put off. Alternatively you may be tempted to avoid too many tough issues. You must not set yourself up for later exhaustion or disappointment. So you have to judge your time, resources, talents, past experiences, positions taken by others, &/or social factors in working out precisely how, where and when .
From time to time, you have toyourself. It is essential to recognize an achievement, even a small one, as this supports your continuing efforts. If you can others, even someone only peripherally involved, then you enable reciprocal recognition that boosts self-esteem further. In a group, maintains morale and fosters mutual encouragement and assistance. A powerful clique may then gather around your project.
Imagining that you are self-sufficient and multi-talented will lead you to neglect others and suffer accordingly.
: you must meaningfully ( ), in a sensible way ( ), and shrewdly select ( ). This person must be yourself, and it can and should be others too.
The focus in is but sensibly about whatever has been contributed. Any self-aggrandisement or flattery is a power-play that is antithetical to the creative process.
To meaningfully, you must maintain and heighten your of your own importance, and the importance of others. If dealing with another, do not let fears of dependency or being exploited stop you thinking and saying things like: "I couldn't do it without you."
You must identify shrewdly, so that the appreciation is unambiguously linked to benefit for the creative project and is experienced as genuine.
Re-playing in your head the highlights of your day or week, whether a triumph or a defeat, is a way to balance yourself and re-charge your. You will find yourself encouraged and energized by imagining various future scenarios. If you can also your highlights with others in a genuine way, they are likely to offer back thoughts that feed your creativity. Productive friendships can develop around .
Leaving others out in the cold by retiring behind a wall of invulnerability cuts you off from both practical input and the emotional nourishment that friends provide.
: you must reflect on meaningful ( ), be sensible ( ), and be shrewd in the way ( ).
When , you must be sensible in developing or re-living an . You need to trust yourself or another, and re-visit experiences in a way that suits your challenge.
There are normally many issues and difficulties in defining, pursuing and either achieving or missing your . These stages form the natural and meaningful basis for in regard to your project.
You must your thoughts and feelings shrewdly. You might identify a highlight of the week that is encouraging, a prediction that has come true, or an event that confirms your friend's views. Sharing should be frequent or infrequent and regular or irregular in accord with your own or the other's position, temperament and preferences.
You must find your challengeor is impossible. Usually is natural because the challenge emerges from previous experiences and current ambitions. If you lose in your own , then it is dead—or soon will be.
If you canothers in your project by arousing their curiosity about aspects of the creative effort, then you may get them contributing as well. Ideally, you both discover that your own pre-existing interests and ambitions mesh with the other's. Over time, you can use to build a circle of affiliates and associates who will provide valuable information, suggestions and contacts.
Others usually want to see practical results before giving attention. So you may have to work at thefor a long time before others show any .
: you must meaningfully ( ) into what moves and motivates; sensibly ( ) that are relevant; and shrewdly ( ) in regard to specific interests.
To excite curiosity, you must sensibly which you can bring about, and which has some relevance or significance in the challenge.
Just as you must be sure of your own , do not imagine that someone who has the power to help will necessarily do so. To work out whether they will, you must meaningfully on their past and current interests, experiences and achievements. That lets you relate these interests to your project.
To foster the desired active and its associated , you must be shrewd in that touch on your own (or the other's) motivations and ambitions.
Your engagement with practicalities of the project should be, even if they are mundane or routine. The most tangible and practical form of support from others occurs when they carry responsibility and perform a function within your project. Inducing such may or may not involve payment.
Although a team of competent people sharing goals and aspirations is a powerful force, you must recognize that the transcendental creative input, if not absent, is then partly out of your hands.
To: you must meaningfully ( ), sensibly ( ) on what needs to be done and on what can be done by yourself or another and shrewdly in accord with the situation ( ).
You must sensibly in regard to whoever is to be engaged i.e. yourself or another. Your aim is to discover and match:
You will have to meaningfully to arrange your own participation and that of others. Anyone who agrees to join your project must change their schedules and responsibilities, and they usually need some reward or remuneration.
Any person who puts their time and energy into your project will alter its course regardless of your wishes. So you must shrewdly that suit your project and that you can deliver. The same rule applies when engaging another: must fit with their abilities, perspectives and personal situation.
You will be a happy supporter (participator, funder, contributor &c.) of a creative project if, and only if, the enthusiast you are facing is handling you shrewdly. There is no trickery here. You want to be handled shrewdly because you must be looking to participate, or fund, or contribute, or work on a suitable project or no-one would approach you at all. If you are approached, you want it to make sense in your own terms. It won't unless the other person is shrewd enough.
However muchyou generate, and however much support you gain, your challenging project needs more. It needs your full : even more so if others have become involved. They expect great things of you—and that raises the question of whether you really have what it takes.
So this next requirement to releasing all your capabilities.is about
Originally posted: 31-Jan-2012; Last updated: 10-Jul-2013.