Person AA ref by Person BB (Colleague)'s Universal Hierarchy of Motivation Report - ELEMENTAL PROFILES



'Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever' — Mahatma Gandhi

Part PART III looks at the implications of your Universal Hierarchy of Motivation Report profile in terms of specific combinations of ‘rooms’ and levels or ‘floors’ of your ‘House’. These combinations can reflect your preferences for each of the different types of intelligences linked specifically to your predicted physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual preference, and this may or may not correlate to ability (note: spiritual intelligence in this model is not directly linked to any specific religious belief).

While this feedback in PART III is quite comprehensive for your specific profile, there is a limit to what can be provided in an online questionnaire and report. More individual advice including:

  • If your decisions feel and/or appear to be in line with your values
  • Which of the four natural or demonstrated fundamental intelligences you prefer (IQ, EQ, SQ or PQ)
  • How much others can make you angry, happy or sad
  • Your relative strength in tactical, operational or strategic decision-making/management, what others think they are, and how to practically improve any of these cognitive aspects
  • If there is a suggested presence of a neurochemical “weighting” one way or another, and, if so, what simple actions you might choose to take to help you to feel better
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From a cognitive scientific perspective:
In terms of brain neuro-science, your results are likely to reflect the proportion of four important neurochemicals in your brain (adrenaline, dopamine, serotonin and cortisol), and a resulting preference for particular types of decision-making.

Universal Hierarchy of Motivation Element Combinations

The Rooms and Levels’ Profile described in this Part is drawn from combinations of specific ‘rooms’ at certain ’floors’ of the Universal Hierarchy of Motivation (shown as grey shaded areas on the left).

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