Make a list of the people you have helped learn and grow. Look at the list often, and remind yourself of the effect you have had on the world.
Seek roles in which your primary responsibilities include facilitating growth. Teaching, coaching, or managing roles might prove especially satisfying for you.
- Notice when others succeed, and tell them. Be specific about what you saw. Your
- detailed observations of what led to their victory will enhance their growth.
Identify the mentor or mentors who recognized something special inside you. Take the time to thank them for helping you develop, even if this means tracking down a former schoolteacher and sending him or her a letter.
Partner with someone with strong Individualization talents. This person can help you see where each person’s greatest talents lie. Without this help, your Developer instincts might lead you to encourage people to grow in areas in which they lack real talent.