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The character model explains how the factors on the Mentality Profile are learned, to build entrepreneurs and leaders that have the capacity to transform the environment, by creating optimum value.

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### The Character Profile

1. 1. +234-703-430-2486 The Character Profile By Peter Anyebe Viewmy profile Recall the following dictum: Society is the product of the activities of humans in nature The common factor between the three, 3 concepts, including nature, humans, and society, is energy. The energy is sourced in nature, according to Einstein’s energy equation as follows: E = MC2,WordPress E = Energy M = Mass C = The Speed of LightGoogle Me Thus energy is released when mass is split, or fissioned. Similarly, humans acquire the energy when they reduce phenomena into the essentials, by the black box model, BBM as follows: F = LA, F = Phenomenon L = Form Component A = Object Component By the perception model of mind, PMM mind operates optimally when it reduces phenomena into the five, 5 essential components. When these are ranked so that they concatenate into the phenomenon that is described, the standard procedure series, SPS is derived. The six, 6 items on the SPS are derived by iterating the BBM twice.
2. 2. +234-703-430-2486 WordPressIn the first, 1st iteration, the factor-F is split into the factors L, and A. In the second iteration,these are split into the factors L1, L2, and A1, A2 respectively. Serially: 1. Item-3, A1 The Task, F 2. Item-2, L1 6. Phenomenon, A 3. Item-1, L2 5. Item-5, L 4. Item-4, A2 The Standard Procedure SeriesThe energy that is derived in the process is determined by how closely the SPS isapproximated. It is measured on the F-Scale as the factor-f0, or objectivity.By the behaviour model in classical psychology, people respond, R to stimuli, S accordingto the makeup of their character, C or the construct of their personality, P formally asfollows: R = f (S, P), R = Response S = Stimulus P = PersonalityThe phenomenology model, which together with the behaviour model makeup thecharacter profile presented in the diagram below, defines the construct of the personality inthe following relations: √n = f (Rn, F), Rn = Rationality Index √n = Index of the Standard Procedure F = Personality Index: P = FThe rationality index, Rn measures the capacity to reduce phenomena into the essentialcomponents. This capacity is operationalised in the performance at task by the standardprocedure, √n. Then the factor-F is evaluated as the ratio of the factor-Rn on the factor-√n. View my profile Google Me
3. 3. Given the factor-Pc, Stimulus  Rn = 2Pc – 1  √n = 1/C Pc2 C = (3Pc + 1)/4  F = Rn/√n Attitude, A  Vc = 2F - 1 Motivation, F Rn Pc = Phenomenological Pc Ability, f0 Compression Index Rn = Rationality Index √n = Standard Procedure Index Personality, F C = Character Index F = Index of Personality Response Vc = Index of Core Values √n The Character ModelThe specification equation that derives from the phenomenology model is the personalitymodel of society, PMS formally as follows: Rn = F√nThen the factor-F is also a measure of the entropy, F that a person contributes to theenvironment. This is according to the observed deviation from the standard procedure. Toapproximate the standard procedure, the vagaries of the environment have to be overcome, ingrowth; as presented on the growth model in the diagram below. This requires effort; whichis evaluated as the attitude of the will, A and the motive strength. It is expended on growth,which involves the shift from the preoccupation with appearances, to the perception ofessentials. L = 2F ± 1 F The Growth Model
4. 4. Recall that the mind comprises the following three, 3 components: The Will, also referred to as strength The Intellect, referred to as mind, and The Emotion, referred to as heartThe emotion is the seat of desire. But the desire remains dormant until a decision ismade to achieve it. Then all the strength or will-power that is required for theachievement is given, according to the level of commitment. The strength is used toconstruct the path or way, for the achievement of the desire. When 100% of thestrength is utilised, which represents full commitment, motivation, or positiveattitude, then it would be possible to derive the five, 5 essentials that are required toreconstruct the standard procedure. The pathway deviates from the standardprocedure as the commitment to the project drops. Diagrammatically: Will: Emotion (Heart?): Motive Strength, C’ (A) Purpose (Desire?) Process (L) Desire and Process are both stored in Heart Memory, L = F2 (Émile Coué) Intellect: Process or Pathway, f0 Thought, (F) A Model of LearningIn all these, it is the number of essentials that can be identified that is affected. Andthis is important because this capacity determines the growth along the humanresource hierarchy outlined below:
5. 5. Entrepreneur Management Leadership LabourThus, fresh graduates are employed into organisations as labour. They grow tobecome leaders in their professions, according to their capacities to identify the five,5 essential elements of the profession. In this case, leadership is associated withdomain expertise, which makes the person a reference point in that profession. Thisprepares them for management, which is concerned principally with strategy.Domain expertise is required to link organisational strengths and products with theopportunities in the market. Given these leadership and management skills, peoplewould be prepared for entrepreneurship.The influx of this caliber of business people, would improve the liquidity andviability of the business environment, EB. Their personality, P would be adequatelyconstructed, sufficiently empowered to respond appropriately to stimuli, therebycontributing minimum entropy, F to a society that would then be stable and inharmony, with minimum chaos. Their character, C would be strengthened, with thecapacity to rise above the vagaries of the environment, and create an equivalentlylarge ROI; to create an economically viable society, in addition to a socially stablesociety. More than these, their soul, S would be robust, being well rounded, ratherthan sharp and serrated with greed, thereby creating a political environment that ischaracterized by “from each according to their ability and to each according totheir need”.