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The empathy map is a simple 2-by-2 sketch, one you can draw anywhere, anytime. Use this tool for yourself to better understand your own experiences and perspectives.

When completing an empathy map for self-awareness, consider the following points and use the answers to complete the map:

Reflect on a moment that is worthy of reexamination: a moment that perhaps went well, maybe a moment that did not go well, or perhaps it was so ordinary that you want to explore what happened there too—often it’s in the small, uneventful moments that we can gain insight, as there’s little emotion tied to these experiences.

The empathy map is a simple 2-by-2 sketch, one you can draw anywhere, anytime. Use this tool for yourself to better understand your own experiences and perspectives.

When completing an empathy map for self-awareness, consider the following points and use the answers to complete the map:

Reflect on a moment that is worthy of reexamination: a moment that perhaps went well, maybe a moment that did not go well, or perhaps it was so ordinary that you want to explore what happened there too—often it’s in the small, uneventful moments that we can gain insight, as there’s little emotion tied to these experiences.

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  1. 1. Visit www.nickwagnesr.com for more activities. Chapter 6 Activity: Empathy Map The empathy map is a simple 2-by-2 sketch, one you can draw anywhere, anytime. Use this tool for yourself to better understand your own experiences and perspectives. When completing an empathy map for self-awareness, consider the following points and use the answers to complete the map: Reflect on a moment that is worthy of reexamination: a moment that perhaps went well, maybe a moment that did not go well, or perhaps it was so ordinary that you want to explore what happened there too—often it’s in the small, uneventful moments
  2. 2. that we can gain insight, as there’s little emotion tied to these experiences. What were you SAYING in this moment? What words did you literally use? What do you tell your friends about this moment or experience? What were you DOING in this moment? What behaviors did you exhibit or enact? What actions did you take? What were you THINKING in this moment? Spend a little time reflecting on your thoughts. What was driving you to think in this way? Was anything motivating you or holding you back? How were you FEELING in this moment? Were you excited, worried, frustrated, or feeling any other emotions? If so, capture what you were excited about, worried about, etc. Now step back from your completed empathy map and reflect on the big picture. What are you learning about how you showed up? Was this result an intentional one? What might you do differently next time to show up in the way that you want? Do the exercise again at a different point in time and compare the two. What do you notice? What are you learning about yourself? Remember, this exercise is about self-awareness, yet the same empathy map tool can be used to better understand your customer, your client, your boss, your new teammate, your in- laws (yes, it works in personal life too), and other stakeholders in your life. The template on the next page is available for you to use to complete your first empathy map.
  3. 3. Say Think Do Feel

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