The Ambiguity Project: Layer Three


We are now 3/4 of the way through the journey that is the Ambiguity Project. Thanks so much for getting involved, it’s been great to have so many people interested in helping out and I really hope you’ve been enjoying the results.

Another question asked, another layer formed, the collages and (as a result) the characters are really taking shape now, so here’s what we have so far:

I asked you, WHAT IS YOUR GREATEST PRIORITY?

W: Positive Extrovert. Their priorities are to have fun and enjoy the moment, burying their head in the sand to some extent when faced with problems.

W: Positive Extrovert. Their priorities are to have fun and enjoy the moment, burying their head in the sand to some extent when faced with problems. Small term goals, like keeping their feet warm are fine, but larger questions remain ignored.

X: A positive Introvert. Their priorities are to work towards achieving love and happiness. Reflective and self questioning they're not afraid to make changes to get to their goals.

X: A positive Introvert. Their priorities are to work towards achieving love, fun and happiness. Reflective and self questioning they’re not afraid to make changes to get to their goals.

Y: Negative introvert. They prioritise happiness and making an impact on the world but suffer low confidence. They worry life will pass them by having not achieved their goals.

Y: Negative introvert. They prioritise happiness and making an impact on the world but suffer low confidence. They worry life will pass them by having not achieved their goals.

Z: Negative extrovert. They prioritise their family and the welfare of others yet begrudge this fact. They feel held back by their sense of responsibility yet do nothing to change their scenario.

Z: Negative extrovert. They prioritise their family and the welfare of others yet begrudge this fact. They feel held back by their sense of responsibility yet do nothing to change their scenario.

So, for our final concluding layer, I would like to put it to you people to answer ONE of the following two questions:

DEFINE YOUR PERSONAL SUCCESS?

DEFINE YOUR PERSONAL FAILURE?

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