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Home Communication Fan (SB7627)

A set of printable fan segments to print, laminated and pin together to aid communication through the day. Ideal for young children who find communicating difficult.

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Somebody Else's Experience is the Best Teacher | The LEARNED Preneur

Somebody Else's Experience is the Best Teacher, Personal Development Teacher, John Maxwell Teacher, Teacher of right information, Teacher of Experience

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Thank GE for this 'better idea' from management development guru, William "Ned" Herrmann for his map of thinking preferences developed c. 1984.

Thank GE for this 'better idea' from management development guru, William "Ned" Herrmann for his map of thinking preferences developed c. 1984.

Plutchik's Wheel of Emotions, c. 1980 consists of 8 core emotions (1st inner ring: joy, trust, fear, etc.) and 8 expressive emotions (periphery: optimism, love, submission, etc).

How casinos distract

My father lived in Las Vegas for most of my teenaged years. While I never lived there with him, my step-grandparents (who raised me during that time) loved going there. Unsurprisingly, this meant that I spent a fair amount of time in Vegas growing up. My grandparents, they were "old school" Vegas tourists. My step-grandfather was quite a gambler and played in a weekly poker game with his friends until his Parkinson's kept him from doing so. We used to stay in the Sands Hotel, made famous…

Four sector 'colour energies' model for understanding unique individual preferences from Scotland based Insights Discovery. Overlayed on Transpersonal Psychologist and founder of color psychology Carl Jung's 8 sector behavioral color map .

Four sector 'colour energies' model for understanding unique individual preferences from Scotland based Insights Discovery. Overlayed on Transpersonal Psychologist and founder of color psychology Carl Jung's 8 sector behavioral color map .

Wonder Woman creator, Psychologist William Moulton Marston, gave us the outline for this system (c. 1941) for understanding ourselves and others. He also gave us the polygraph, prelude to WW's golden lasso of truth.   "Wonder Woman is psychological propaganda for the new type of woman who should, I believe, rule the world," Marston wrote.

Wonder Woman creator, Psychologist William Moulton Marston, gave us the outline for this system (c. 1941) for understanding ourselves and others. He also gave us the polygraph, prelude to WW's golden lasso of truth. "Wonder Woman is psychological propaganda for the new type of woman who should, I believe, rule the world," Marston wrote.

Deal and Kennedy (c. 1982) defined organizational culture as "the way things get done around here" and created a 4 cell typology focused on feedback, rewards, and risk taking.

Deal and Kennedy (c. 1982) defined organizational culture as "the way things get done around here" and created a 4 cell typology focused on feedback, rewards, and risk taking.

Drawing on the original work of Carl Jung the Medicine Wheel demonstrates the placement of the Meyers-Briggs Typologies within the context of Native American Spirituality. Katharine Cook Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers created the personality type indicator to make the work of Jung available and meaningful to people everywhere.

Drawing on the original work of Carl Jung the Medicine Wheel demonstrates the placement of the Meyers-Briggs Typologies within the context of Native American Spirituality. Katharine Cook Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers created the personality type indicator to make the work of Jung available and meaningful to people everywhere.

Not certain of the ordering of words but very interested to see them adjusted with respect to the ChangeGrid and also to see how the color wheel shifts and the dates swap when everything is aligned with the Universal Map of Humanity.

Not certain of the ordering of words but very interested to see them adjusted with respect to the ChangeGrid and also to see how the color wheel shifts and the dates swap when everything is aligned with the Universal Map of Humanity.

Spiral Dynamics is a theory of human development introduced in the 1996 book Spiral Dynamics by Don Beck and Chris Cowan based The Work of psychology professor Clare W. Graves.

Spiral Dynamics: Identity Through Values

Spiral Dynamics (SD) is a system of understanding societal values (or vMemes) based on Psychology professor Clare Graves’ work from the 1970’s and furthered by Don Beck. More recently, …

The Enneagram depicted here may be somewhat integrated with the ChangeGrid by flipping left to right and rotating to place the 1 at the apex with the numbers counting up going CCW

Enneagram: The Basics of Personality

The Enneagram of Personality is a personality typing system which divides human personality into nine distinct yet interrelated types. The types are numbered from 1 through 9. Each type is defined …

Why do we do the things we do? Is there a common thread that runs across Maslow's levels in his Hierarchy of Needs. Could it be gaining control by meeting needs? Why expend the energy unless there is doubt. Doubt of what? Doubt that our needs will be met without expending effort? We do not expend energy to get what we don't need because we have faith it will be there for us. To expend energy or not to expend energy, that is the question. Is it nobler to take control or by doing nothing, lose…

Why do we do the things we do? Is there a common thread that runs across Maslow's levels in his Hierarchy of Needs. Could it be gaining control by meeting needs? Why expend the energy unless there is doubt. Doubt of what? Doubt that our needs will be met without expending effort? We do not expend energy to get what we don't need because we have faith it will be there for us. To expend energy or not to expend energy, that is the question. Is it nobler to take control or by doing nothing, lose…