Motivation is in our minds, in our brains and in our souls. Society attributes success to education and training, skills and talents, personality. The question is: are these the only motivators to a successful career and fulfilled life? Perhaps there are others.
The Motivational Propensities Profile was researched by Career Specialist Craig W. Armstrong, Career Psychologist Dr. David R. Willings and Cambridge University Professor of Medical Post-Graduates Dr. Nicholas Chamberlain. The results: nine motivators were discovered…motivators that subconsciously shape our lives.
The Motivational Propensities Profile identifies your nine hidden motivators; two or three of which you probably have a High or Very High Propensity. These are not taught in school nor are they developed in the workplace. Sadly, a lot of people miss their propensities and never enjoy the success that comes with putting them into action. This knowledge empowers you to reach a higher level of success and happiness in all areas of your life:
The Profile benefits those in leadership and professional roles, mid-life or semi-retired…plus any individual who simply needs to know why they constantly feel drawn in a certain direction.