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The Main Meta Programs

September 7, 2008

BASIC filter or sorting MPS:

-EB (Introvert/Extrovert – ‘what people actually do’ as a result of IP and IS – behavior manifested inside or outside ones self ‘introvert’ or ‘extrovert’)

-IP (Intuitor/Sensor – ‘how people do’ what they do – acting in a concrete practical manner/abstract creative manner – chunk size)

-IS (Thinker (Dissociated)/Feeler (Associated) – emotional states which explain ‘why people act’ as they do – two patterns why people decide to take a certain action either following an analysis of the situation at hand ‘thinkers’/because of their belief ‘feelers’)

-AR (Judger/Perceiver – ‘how people adapt’ to the environment – rigidity/flexibility)

COMPLEX filter or sorting MPS:

-Direction (Toward/Carrot-Away/Stick, Against, Object [nature/primary interest] + Intensity [motivation: satisfied-apathetic active-inactive] + Degree [can’t not do it-want to do-congruently desire in alignment w/ self concept-want over long term-must do or must have)

-Reason or Modal Operator (Possibility-Necessity)

-Frame of Reference (Locus of judgment Inside-Outside)

-Convincer (Representation System: See it-Hear it-Do it w/ them-Read about it or reads something they have written + Demonstration: Automatic-Consistent)

-Management (Self-Others)

-Action (Active-Reflective-Inactive)

-Affiliation (Independent-Management-Team)

-Work Preference (Things-Systems-People)

-Primary and Secondary Interest (People who-Place where-Things what-Activities how-Information why/what information)

-Chunk Size (Specific-Global, SpecificßàAbstract, Hierarchy of Ideas, 3 ways of presenting info: Descriptive / Evaluative / Interpretive + Other useful note about info: centrality/peripherality + level of abstraction: abstract/concrete + types of ambiguity: novel [uncertain/dubious/not enough/information] ways of classifying [linear/sequential/cybernetic])

-Relationship (sameness-differences, matching/mismatching)

-Emotional Stress Response (associated-dissociated-choice, emotionally or cooly)

-Time (Orientation: Past/Associated Feeler — Present/Sensor — Future/Intuitors — Atemporal/Dissociated Thinker + Storage: Through Time—In Time + Access: Random—Sequential)

-Modal Operator Sequence (Auditory digital component of motivation strategy and is the sequence of words that moves a person to action Modal Operator examples: Can/Can’t Will/Won’t It is possible/It is impossible Could/Couldn’t Would/Wouldn’t May/May Not Must/Must Not Should/Shouldn’t Have To [Got To]/Don’t Have To Necessary/Not Necessary Need To/Don’t Need To + they produce the modal operator-it comes from outside [see frame of reference])

-Attention Direction (Self-Others, How you show others your level of interest in them)

-Goal (Perfection-Optimization)

-Comparison (Self to self[past present future ideal]-Self to others[who? ‘he’s got more than I do’]-Others to others[whom to whom? gossip] + Quantitative-Qualitative)

-Knowledge (Modeling/Concepts-Demonstration-Experience (they’ve done it or seen it done)-Authority)

-Completion (Beginning-Middle-End, where rather be involved in starting or completing task)

-Closure (Open Loop-Closed Loop, able to deal with open loops?)