Thanks for that gist, @Lakis! I hadn’t thought about that rendering of the element. Half of my problem is not knowing what the elements can mean!
In any case....
The quad is value, worry to confidence, and worth.
For this OS SP2, it is becoming. So, the antagonist is manoeuvring the protagonist John into becoming a scapegoat (John will eventually figure out how to redirect his efforts later in the Act with the help of the IC).
Value - John is paraded in front of national TV, his reputation gets ruined - (he’s totally devalued) - which later affects his relationship with his family...(Nobody knows that he’s enduring such a terrible situation because he’s being blackmailed).
Worried - right now, John is running around trying to repair his relationships and set the record straight with his loved ones (boring for a protagonist to be doing in a thriller). Everyone definitely has misgivings about him...but especially the general public.
Confidence - His ex-wife (because of VALUE), threatens to sue for sole custody of their son, and (also on national TV) - she’s hitting him where it really hurts (he’s close to his son). This ties back to other parts of the story....Police charge him with a crime.
Worth - not filled this in yet, but he’s gotta bounce back into action after getting his life paraded across national TV and his reputation in ruins.
So, generally, in this whole section, my Protagonist is shot to pieces (so to speak). Poor guy. In reality, he is pursuing conditions set forth by the antagonists who are blackmailing him, but he’s getting a pounding!