Now You Do It, . . . . . Now You Don't
Abraham Maslow's hierarchy, the five levels of human needs, define the fundamental reasons why human beings do or don't do all things.
The on the other hand, are the mechanisms that process information as it relates to the satisfaction or dissatisfaction of our five levels of human needs. The provide a framework for understanding how we make decisions, why we take actions or our lack of action, our likes and dislikes, our subconscious priorities and how we communicate and interact with others.
The are generic in the sense that the definitions and descriptors are the same for all people, or all cultures in all times - regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, background, and the myriad of other issues. The unique blending of the creates your mental DNA, or what we call your Life Perspective.
Perspective Inventory TM (LPI) provides
a snapshot of our
while capturing two important pieces of information. The first is our
filter bias and it gives us an indication of how we decide
The second piece of information the LPI captures is our role preference in each of three dimensions or environments. Our role preferences indicate what we like to do or are apt to do best in given circumstances. The LPI is a valuable and effective assessment tool.
As a manager,
leader, individual or team member, the LPI provides
With all its depth & breadth the simplicity of the 3-Filters Technology™ will help us take quantum leaps in our understanding of the human race.
to Help You Understand Yourself. . .
Most people go through life not ever really understanding their strengths and what they can capiltalize on. On the other hand, they don't always understand their personal challenges that often sabotage their potential success. Your LPI will help you understand both. You too can join the ranks of the tens of thousands, from scores of countries, who have benefited from the 3-Filters TechnologyTM.
To receive a sample of the LPI, Request by email and include your name and email address. It's free, confidential and fascinating.
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