What we do and why
Like never before, we humans are now experiencing multiple paradigm shifts in our lives and our world. Our whole being is tasked to engage at physiological, behavioral, and digital levels. In the past, our successes were linear and repeatable, measured in phases and often with only partial solutions. But going forward, our future will demand that we live with multi-dimensional complexity, solving problems creatively and holistically.
Fortunately, we are born and built for creativity.
Giftedness discovery requires a Giftedness Guide
Most people will never discover their giftedness on their own. To gain that insight, they require another person to help them (our research indicates this is true for 75% to 85% percent of people).
Our world needs a breakthrough in people-development. What’s needed is an approach that not only shows someone how they are unique, but also celebrates that uniqueness by pointing out the value of their giftedness—what they are born to do—and what it means for the person’s life.
The key to such an approach is another person—what we call a Giftedness Guide.
Giftedness Guides are the heroes in our initiative, and our vision is to train and certify 8 million Giftedness Guides as a strategy for mobilizing a global movement to unleash people’s giftedness, across seven generations.
To become a Giftedness Guide, you have to care about people-development. In fact, you may already be doing work (whether paid or volunteer) related to that—as a teacher, athletic coach, counselor, youth worker, executive coach, manager tasked with developing leaders, a trainer, mentor, etc.
If that describes you, we invite you to enroll in some modest orientation and training in how to help someone discover their giftedness and then apply those insights to key areas of their life—especially education and learning, work and career, relationships, and life dream.
Ben Min is the Project Manager for Giftedness Guide. He holds two master’s degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary and Dallas International University. He also works as a Chinese linguist. Ben is married to Sara and has two young children.