"In Celtic folklore, fairy rings are said to be caused by dancing faeries (hence the name), or burned into the ground by dancing elves and left to appear in the morning after a moonlit night. Whatever the case, they say you should never enter a fairy ring, or else you’ll be cursed by their otherworldly protectors. You may even find yourself whisked away into the fairyland, or perhaps even driven mad." -Rob Schwarz. Here's a comment made at the end of this article "I stepped into a faerie ring- it was more like two rings, like the symbol of the infinite. I wished for true love, and within a week, it found me. Six years later, he was killed." The end of an Irish story always carries a wallop.
Think of our strengths and blind spots as the fairy circles we have created to protect ourselves. We all have strong and weak behaviors. We are all motivated by different things and demotivated by others. We each have different areas of Emotional Quotient (EQ) we can continue to grow and competencies that we can continue to leverage or learn. We will always be a work in progress, but our beliefs that we are limited may hold us back. It's tough to see a clear view of our strengths and blind spots without a little help. Our Trimetrix EQ assessment provides feedback based on your own input to give you not only a clear picture of current state, but also suggestions on how to get where you want to be, or adapt temporarily when needed. It's a great way to step out of your circle and own your own development.