The Nohari Window is a challenging inversion of the Johari Window, using antonyms of the original words. By describing your failings from a fixed list of adjectives, then asking your friends and colleagues to describe you from the same list, a grid of perceived and unrecognised weaknesses can be explored.
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|Not Known to Others|
incompetent inflexible cowardly violent stupid vulgar hostile selfish unhelpful needy unimaginative inane brash cruel ignorant irrational blasé chaotic weak embarrassed loud vacuous panicky unethical insensitive smug rash dull callous unreliable cold foolish humourless
(Hover over a word to see how many people chose it.)
75% of people think that Medlir is withdrawn
incompetent (0%) intolerant (12%) inflexible (0%) timid (0%) cowardly (0%) violent (0%) aloof (37%) glum (12%) stupid (0%) simple (37%) insecure (12%) irresponsible (12%) vulgar (0%) lethargic (25%) withdrawn (75%) hostile (0%) selfish (0%) unhappy (25%) unhelpful (0%) cynical (25%) needy (0%) unimaginative (0%) inane (0%) brash (0%) cruel (0%) ignorant (0%) irrational (0%) distant (37%) childish (12%) boastful (12%) blasé (0%) imperceptive (12%) chaotic (0%) impatient (12%) weak (0%) embarrassed (0%) loud (0%) vacuous (0%) panicky (0%) unethical (0%) insensitive (0%) self-satisfied (37%) passive (37%) smug (0%) rash (0%) dispassionate (12%) overdramatic (25%) dull (0%) predictable (25%) callous (0%) inattentive (12%) unreliable (0%) cold (0%) foolish (0%) humourless (0%)
Jacob thinks: boastful, passive, simple, self-satisfied, aloof.
Krassos thinks: irresponsible, lethargic, imperceptive, withdrawn, self-satisfied.
Azhchay thinks: insecure, cynical, passive, unhappy, childish.
korgi thinks: predictable, distant, withdrawn, lethargic, simple.
Justin thinks: cynical, simple, withdrawn, passive, predictable.
meli thinks: aloof, glum, unhappy, withdrawn, dispassionate.
Amber thinks: distant, withdrawn, impatient, inattentive, intolerant, overdramatic.
Gina thinks: withdrawn, distant, self-satisfied, aloof, overdramatic.
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