This week, our workshops resulted in a thorough introspection that led to the conclusion that our interests and passions are shared and our gifts complete one another. We discovered that our common natural gifts consist of creativity, detail attention, being open minded and analysing human behaviour. Moreover, the less popular ones were mathematics and orientation in space.
Our common passions are the capacity to improvise, of being organised and being sociable, being open to exchange ideas, spending time in nature (which leads to eco-friendly behaviour for a sustainable life-style). All of these are interconnected to our passion for urban arts and outdoors activities.
We realised that people need an innovative and useful design and we wish to invest in this unusual art. With this purpose in mind, we add our passion to interview and have contact with people.
In conclusion, our sweet spot is creating products that come as a solution for the problems that people have at an universal level, avoiding boredom, investing in the unusual, the creative, valuing details. (see the diagram)
Furthermore, we found out in our group meetings that we work very efficently as a team because we organised ours tasks correctly leeding that everybody is doing his job well and we take our tasks in serious. Monday (13.09) we presented in the front of our class the review of what we did last week and we talked about the needs of our NGO.
As a matter of fact our groups sweet spot is creating products as a solution for problems, preferably in a creative way. In this case we’re being confronted with a community in need of sustainability and a financial foundation. One of the final ideas would be creating an online platform f.ex. a blog we could use for advertisements and donations to gain financial stability and sustainability.