Supporting The Architect Archetype
The architect can be highly focused to the point of tunnel vision during their creative process which means they can be very efficient at getting the job done. However, the seriousness with which they approach their work means they finish one project and immediately start the next. Encouraging them to explore new hobbies they are not ‘good’ at and supporting them in creating a routine that includes self-care and downtime to help them unwind.
This archetype can struggle to find meaning in the metaphorical which can lead to them rejecting what they don’t understand. Emboldening them to explore the less literal sides of life and creating just for ‘fun’ can be beneficial to help them break out of their precision-based shell. Experimentation with mixed media can open up a whole new world for them and provide fresh perspectives that they can apply to their work.
Actions To Support The Architect Archetype
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