Person AA ref by Person BB (Colleague)'s Universal Hierarchy of Motivation Report - Your Self-Image

20. Your Self-Image

20. Your Self-Image
APPENDICES

'You are your own master, you make your own future' Siddharta Gotama The Buddha

A strong sense of ego or personal identity is a characteristic of the Level of Power and it can initially help you go to the more selfless states. Your profile here examines three key aspects of your ego or self-image which reflect on how well you view and regard yourself, and this is likely to affect what you do and therefore the experiences you have.

There are three key elements of self-image1: Self-Confidence (your trust in your own abilities and judgement), Self-Esteem (your sense of your own worth as a person) and Self-Respect (your pride in yourself).

Person AA

From your results, it appears that a critical way you can or do gain:

  • self-confidence is through feeling kind-hearted.
  • self-esteem is through acting respectably, feeling empathic, or thinking ingeniously.
  • self-respect is through thinking consistently in ways that make you self-sufficient.

Being at your best is probably signified by being perceptive and curious.

ref by Person BB

From your results, it appears that a critical way you can or do gain:

  • self-confidence is through feeling kind-hearted.
  • self-esteem is through acting respectably, or thinking ingeniously.
  • self-respect is through thinking consistently in ways that make you self-sufficient.

Being at your best is probably signified by being enthusiastic and strategising.

Reflection: What are the three great things you want to be remembered for?

Using the information above, write down what you are now going to start or stop doing:



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