Supporting The Visionary Archetype
The visionary can become easily consumed by people-pleasing behaviour as their primary concern is to benefit humanity, potentially to the detriment of themselves. Encourage them to find value in themselves, take ownership of their self-worth and expertise and ensure they engage in regular down-time to recharge and take care of themselves.
They often hold a bigger creative vision than they have the capacity to enact alone but struggle to communicate this vision with others. They can become aloof and disconnected from the world if they continually feel misunderstood so it’s important for them to build a supportive network of champions and collaborators that can help them bring their lofty visions to the ground.
Actions To Support The Visionary Archetype
Hugh Jackman as PT Barnum in The Greatest Showman
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Leonardo Da Vinci
Understand and Support Your Creative Archetype
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