Mary's parents are very proud of their daughter. She is gifted and has a very high IQ. She does very well at school, grade-wise. Yet Mary feels very insecure when it comes to relating to her peers. She would gladly dive into her own safe world without interacting with others, but it also makes her feel alone. 

Not knowing how to relate to others, she asks us to transform her avoidance behavior. She comprehends why she avoids other people; she feels very insecure about herself and has low self-esteem. She has been battling the insecurities for a long time now and she wants to get rid of them. She commits to the transformational training sessions. Mary feels a lot of emotions when facing her old behavior. Trying to change the way she behaves isn't that easy.

However, her devotion to the training sessions makes her pull through. She gets training that helps her form and strengthen her personality. The training sessions first focus on Mary as an individual. By strengthening her personality and her self-esteem, she will be able to relate better with others. She does that through contributing what she knows to others. Her talent lies in Maths. By breaking her avoidance behavior, she tutors her peers in Maths. When doing so,she learns new behavior. 

Instead of avoiding  her peers, she interacts with them by usingher strengths to improve their Maths skills. She feels secure about her subject and her peers are pleased with her tutorship. Thanks to Mary's talent, she breaks her old behavior and learns to interact with others. By transforming her old behavior she contributes to others by helping them with Maths and consequently develops her own talent even more. She is able to give good, clear explanations and she knows what she wants to do when she grows up. Mary want to be a Maths teacher and at the same time help gifted children better their talents by contributing to the world. She becomes a professional on guiding gifted people. Mary leads by example.