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Maslows hierarchy of_needs
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  • The bottom 4 needs arrive from deprivation, or missing something very important. We must satisfy these 4 levels so we do not have any unpleasant feelings or consequences.
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    • 1. Maslow’s hierarchy of needs What motivates our behaviour?
    • 2. Division of needs The bottom 4 needs arrive from deprivation, or missing something very important. We must satisfy these 4 levels so we do not have any unpleasant feelings or consequences.
    • 3. Top level The last level is very important as well is known as growth needs. These needs do not come from missing something important, but from a desire to grow as a person.
    • 4. The bottom level—basic survival needs All other needs on the pyramid are secondary to these needs.
    • 5. Security needs Need to feel safe and secure. Employed, health insurance, a home and good community.
    • 6. Social needs: relationships and social interaction Need to feel like you belong, loved and have affection from family, friends and social groups.
    • 7. After the first 3 levels are met, esteem becomes very important. This includes feeling good about yourself. Having self-worth, and recognition from others and a sense of accomplishment.
    • 8. Self-actualization Highest level. People who are self-actualized are self-aware, want to grow as people, don’t worry as much about what others think of them. They are problem-solvers. It is a continual process as people always try their best to reach their full potential.

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