Inner Circle

a framework for uncovering priorities

What is it for?

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Impact

What does it look like?

Participants’ State of Mind

Level of Complexity (1–5)

Use Cases

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Image Description: A participant fills out Inner Circle Diagram. It lists instructions stating ““Mark ‘yourself’ with a triangle.” “Mark the most important person in your like with a square.” “Mark any two relatives with a circle.” “Mark your biggest aspirations with a bulls-eye.” “Mark your person life with diagonal lines.” “Mark your work life (career, job) with dots.” Next to these instructions is a circle where the participant has filled in their shapes in different sizes.
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Image Description: Two participants simultaneously write on an ‘Inner Circle’ worksheet. Participants discuss how they focus on, sequence, and make sense of things. The discussion surfaces conflicting and complementary views.

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