Dobeing is based on the originally term introduced by the organismic theorist Kurt Goldstein for the motive to realize one's full potential: self-actualization. Self-realization is to know oneself. The term can be traced to Advaita Vedanta which means to realize the truth of one's existence. Nir Golan, Educational & Leadership expert, suggests using Dobeing instead of these two terms.
Dobeing is the heart of three cycles: Passion, Capabilities and Uniqueness.
Self-realization is identifying Passion, Capabilities and Uniqueness.
Passion: The things I like to do most and excite me.
Capabilities: Skills I'm good at and I do the best.
Uniqueness: My significant behavior and added value to those around me.
Dobeing is realizing one's full potential according to these three cycles.
Dobeing is a combination between Self-realization and self-actualization.
In Goldstein's view, it is the organism's master motive, the only real motive: "the tendency to actualize itself as fully as possible is the basic drive... the drive of self-actualization." The only way to "actualize itself" is by using the passion that you have to do what you do best, and spread your uniqueness all around. Carl Rogers similarly wrote of "the curative force in psychotherapy - man's tendency to actualize himself, to become his potentialities... to express and activate all the capacities of the organism."
Dobeing is a combination of doing and being, therefore it is a new term. Golan assumes that these two modes should be fused and not use as a conflict term. Dobeing is to express and activate all the passion, Capabilities and Uniqueness of the organism.
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