… also means taking an inner attitude beyond our ego that allows this.

In doing so, however, we must overcome some hurdles that arouse internal resistance in us.

Because in the end it is a matter of acting without prejudice.

Allowing unknowingness means coping with your own future

Hurdles of unknowingness

One of the first hurdles is judging or condemning.
That means you must „pause“ the first time to recognize and perceive where you are.

Open your thinking!

The second hurdle is cynicism. It keeps you from listening and being open to your counterpart. You need empathy and you must give space for other realities.

Open your understanding!

The third hurdle is fear. She is the one who keeps you from getting involved in something new and from not allowing yourself unknowingness. Your feelings overwhelm you and create pitfalls.

Open your feeling!

Away from unknowingness and into your future!

Only if you manage to overcome the three hurdles can you understand new things.

The new can be other people, their ideas, prototypes, models, or simply new actions. If you manage to let go, then you will also manage to understand the meaning behind it. You tear down your own walls and move inwardly. Your change is taking place!

We can start now! You have ideas and you get creative. A design thinking process can then start here, for example. You have hope, create new concepts and work on concrete steps. It is not reading a crystal ball, but the conscious path of change!

Because only now are you able to act without prejudice and can also step through your unknowingness. It is like a break free, which also leads you to your intuition. So, you can now look to your future with a lot of confidence and courage! 😃

I can tell you; the way is worth it! Make something of yourself, reinvent yourself!
But remember to open your thinking, your understanding, and your feeling! This is the only way to get ahead! … and then …

Stay tuned!

I wish you all the best!
If you need help, just contact me!

Source: U-Process, Design Thinking Process, Peter Senge and Otto Scharner

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