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Growth is defined as the upward shift from the perception of mere appearances, which are ephemeral; to the perception of essentials, which are unchanging. Then maturity is defined in 6σ terms as the ...

Growth is defined as the upward shift from the perception of mere appearances, which are ephemeral; to the perception of essentials, which are unchanging. Then maturity is defined in 6σ terms as the performance at task by the standard procedure, which is characterized by the contribution of minimum entropy to the environment.

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    • +234-703-430-2486 Growth Following Gary Zukav, growth involves the evolution from five-sensory humans into multi-sensory humans. This is operationalised in the shift from the preoccupation with appearances, to the perception of essentials. People are born into the world of matter, with five, 5 senses for relating with the physical View environment. The senses are equipment for communication. Information derived bymy profile these senses are stored in the brain. The mind is able to move over the brain electromagnetically, to pick up the information from it. This is interpreted, and a decision conveyed. Most decisions involve the following two, 2 aspects: This is what is to be done, and This is how it is to be done.WordPress The mind has been largely elusive, being immaterial. So much so that contemporary psychology has defined it in terms of the nervous system. Because of the humanGoogle Me familiarity with matter, reality has been commonly restricted to material phenomena. Even when this limit is expanded, the immaterial has been frequently referred to as metaphysical. Metaphysics is generally recognised as inaccessible to scientific investigation. This view of existence has placed a limit on the deliberate development of the personality. The emphasis on matter, to the exclusion of the immaterial has led to a lop-sided notion of the personality, as non-existent outside the human conception. Given the combination of the behaviour model and the phenomenology model however, it has been possible to conceptualise the personality as real. By the behaviour model the personality is a function of the following two, 2 factors: Stimulus Response And by the phenomenology model the personality derives from the operations of the following three, 3 factors:
    • +234-703-430-2486View my profile WordPress Google Me Attitude, Motivation, and AbilityIn this case, when people are stimulated and find themselves in certain situations,their response would depend on the state of their attitude, motivation, and ability.Then given the appropriate motivation, people develop the right attitude tophenomena. This enables the mustering of the required effort, to acquire the abilityfor making the appropriate response. When people create entropy therefore, it wouldbe because they were not appropriately motivated. And so did not muster sufficienteffort to make the right response. Motivation has been commonly conceptualised todepend on material things like money, housing, and sustenance for instance.Following Maslow however, these constitute the lower need that is physiological.The higher four, 4 of the Maslow hierarchy of needs include the following: Self Fulfilment Self Esteem Love and belongingness SecurityIn general, the fulfilment of the lower needs depend on the fulfilment of the higherones. This means that if people are to satisfy their physiological needs, it has to bewithin the limits of the higher needs for security, love, esteem, and fulfilment. Andfulfilment is optimised when people operate in their talent. This is when valuecreation is optimum, almost effortlessly. Because ability is maximised, theperformance at task is by the standard procedure. Moreover, minimum entropy iscontributed at such times.This conception reduces the human need into a single measurable quantity. The needmodel is presented below:
    • A = L2.?, A = Attitude Index of the motive strength L = Love Index of the human potential 2 = Duality Index of the Absolute ? = Shortfall in Soul EnergyThis model defines need in the following two, 2 parts: The need for the Absolute, 2 The deficiency in Soul Energy, ?The need for the Absolute, 2 is satisfied when the natural order, N-O is adopted.This results in the elimination of the soul’s deficiency. Then the shift fromappearances to essentials would have been accomplished. And the personalitywould have migrated from being five-sensory, to multi-sensory. Adopting the N-Owould then be prerequisite to talent identification. People who operate in their talentperform at task by the standard procedure.By the six-sigma, 6σ standard, people who have grown to maturity perform at taskby the standard procedure, thereby contributing minimum entropy to theenvironment. This is entropy that is within the limits of the 2nd law ofthermodynamics. Given a problem, they function to solve it at the following three, 3stages: Define the problem by the relativity principle, Find the solution by the normality principle, and then Resolve it by the duality principleRelativity demands that the two, 2 extreme scenarios of the problem are identified.Normality finds the best fit, so that it lies at the point that is a unity, from thepositive extreme. Then a solution is found that resolves the problem, as defined atthis point. Duality provides the format for the procedure by which the solution is tobe implemented.
    • The typical standard procedure comprises three, 3 sections, that define thefollowing three, 3 levels at which information is analysed: Wisdom Understanding KnowledgeKnowledge is mere awareness. It identifies the phenomenon. Understanding reducesit into the six, 6 steps that define how the phenomenon functions. Wisdom identifiesthe three, 3 components of the phenomenon that are fissioned, to derive the six, 6.An example that describes Discipline, to derive the normality profile is presentedbelow: 1. Sn = Sensation Index 2. Fc = Index of Focus 10. S D 3. Pc = Phenomenological Compression 4. Rn = Rationality Index 9. F 12. C 5. Hm = Humanity Index 8. n 11. N 6. f0 = Objectivity Index 1. Sn R 7. R = Relativity Index 2. Fc 6. P0 8. n = Creativity Index 3. Pc 5. Hm 9. F = Entropy Contribution 10. S = Soul Index 4. Rn 11. N = Nature Index 12. C = Nurture Index of Character. The Normality Series 13. D = DisciplineThen, Discipline, D would be a function of the factors S, F, and n; which arefissioned into the factors Pc and Fc, Rn and Sn, and Po and Hm respectively. TheCharacter of consistency, C is reduced into the mentality profile presented below:
    • 1. Rn = Rationality Index 10. Po C 2. Pc = Phenomenological Compression 9. Ps 12. RES 3. Vc = Core Values (Talent) 4. n = Standard Procedure Index 8. Pt 11. RGT 5. HPRQ, F = Human-Power Resource Quality Index 1. Rn Sv 6. f0 = Objectivity Index 7. Sv = Shelf Value 2. Pc 6. f0 8. Pt = Prestige Index 3. Vc 5. HPRQ, F 9. Ps = Position Index 10. Po = Power Index 4. n 11. RGT = Righteousness Index 12. RES = Response Index The Mentality Profile 13. C = Character Index.For a person who has grown into maturity in the mind therefore, they would becharacterised as a function of the factors Po, Ps, and Pt. These factors are fissionedto derive the factors Pc and Vc, Rn and √n, and f0 and HPRQ, F respectively. Thiswriter described himself to derive his value creation profile below: 10. Cause (Ministry?), Po Anyebe, P.N. 9. Intellect, Ps 12. Poverty 8. Business, Pt 11. Ignorance 1. T-AID Retention, Rn Agape-C, Sv 2. PMM, Pc 6. HPRQ Optimization 3. Natural Order, Vc 5. Work Culture 4. Value Creation, √nAnyebe, P.N.’s Value Creation Profile for Sustained Organisational GrowthIf he is to succeed in business, then it needs to be founded on the pursuit of a certaincause, with the appropriate intellectual astuteness. This aim is reduced into theHPRQ Optimisation and Work Culture; the Perception Model of Mind, PMM andNatural Order, N-O; and Value Creation and T-AID Retention respectively.