Heroes and Pseudo-heroes in unicist talent development


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Talented individuals have the natural potential to become heroes. They have the qualifications but not necessarily the will that is required to transcend individual goals and bring a superior solution to their environment. There is no need to be a hero in order to achieve self-fulfillment. But we need to identify heroes from pseudo-heroes. Pseudo-heroes are those who need to expand their ego based on the problems they deal with. Pseudo-heroism inhibits seizing one’s talents because the objective becomes obtaining self-satisfaction instead of adding value to the environment.

Learn more about the role of heroes and pseudo-heroes at:
http://unicist.net/management/

Diana Belohlavek

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