Passion and Purpose: How to Identify and Leverage the Powerful Patterns That Shape Your Work/Life
This book is about innate motivation--the naturally endowed needs, drives or desires that motivate a person to some particular action or behavior. Many terms are used to describe this phenomenon. Giftedness, talents, motivated abilities, natural strengths, motivational patterns or passion and purpose are some of the most common. Regardless of the specific term used, all are intended to convey the fact that every time a person accomplishes something personally significant and enjoyable, he or she will inevitably repeat some or all of the aspects of his or her innate motivation. Over time, a consistent pattern emerges that, if recognized and understood, reveals the basis for fulfillment and productivity for that individual. This book presents the System of Identifying Motivated Abilities, (SIMA), a behavior-based assessment process designed to identify this unique but consistent pattern of your natural strengths. The outcome of this SIMA Assessment is a description of your vocationally sighnificant motivations--what you enjoy doing and feel you did well. It describes: - the "motivated" abilities that recur in your work/life achievements - the subject matter or content with which you are motivated to work the circumstances that trigger and sustain yur efforts the way in which you prefer to relate to others when you are working - the overall outcome or payoff that you seek to achieve from your efforts. This set of information, which is your Motivational Pattern, should be the foundation of every decision you make about your job, your career and even your life.After you have identified your Motivational Pattern, you may elect to have your pattern compared to profiles of more than 400 professions and occupations to determine the "best fit" for you.
Specifications of Passion and Purpose: How to Identify and Leverage the Powerful Patterns That Shape Your Work/Life
|Author||Marlys Hanson, Merle E. Hanson, Arthur F. Miller Jr.|
|Publisher||Marlys Hanson & Associates|
|Number Of Pages||239|
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