How The Full Behavioral Analysis For U.S. Soldiers
A NOTE FROM STEVE: As a U.S. Soldier in transition you will likely experience problems and challenges navigating from a government based system to self-reliance within the civilian world. We hav found that many soldiers thrive within the military world, but end up surviving the civilian world. Our proven process will help you discover your strengths and weaknesses thus giving you an added dimension to your mental and emotional awareness levels during your transition. We have discounted our analysis and debriefing to half in an effort to support our troops. If you are not in a position to pay, we will get you profiled by other means. This is our promise to our soldiers in uniform.
An Emotional Measurement: Our Full Behavioral Analysis measures your 4 primary emotions in an effort to determine “how” you will interact with the world around you. The level of intensity between the interactive emotional patterns of your concealed emotions will determine your character base; what you do in an effort to succeed and survive within the world.
Intended Behaviors: Your intended behaviors are measured and will determine what you “will do” and are currently “doing” to ensure success with those around you. Your intended behaviors are your solution to solving and reconciling the differences between what you want and what others expect of you within certain environments. We can measure your work environment, home environment, and your social environments.
Communication Type: The full Behavioral Analysis measures your communication style in relationship to your brain type. Are you elusive, over-emotional, or maybe logical and stepwise in your thinking? How you process information will determine how you approach problems, challenges, and opportunities within the world.
Concealed Behaviors: Your concealed behaviors are based upon your unconscious emotions and their framework. What you will likely do is determined by these unconscious emotions. Predicting what type of environment will work best for you becomes easier when you understand how your brain is working.
Inner Conflicts: Me-Me Conflicts can occur in all of us. It’s when we have conflicting emotions in play at the same time. We measure your behavioral style to determine which (if any) emotions are conflicting and why.
Value Drivers: Pathways to success are determined by understanding what drives us. We measure 7 drivers that will allow us to see where your brain tension is occurring. Where there is brain tension there must be a reduction. Reducing brain tension is what we are all after. We will know where tension reduction is taking place and if you are successful at reducing it.
Value Conflicts: We measure contradictions within your driver set. These competing deeds can get in the way of getting important inner needs met.
Overall Conflicts: both our emotions and inner desires can be at conflicting stages. A good example of this is the need for a raise at work but an inability to ask for it. We can measure where your conflicts are coming from and tell you what you can do to reconcile the emotional roadblock it creates.
Support and Flow: We measure brain flow. This is determined by which emotions are flowing with which needs and drivers. Knowing this information is key to successfully navigating your employment decisions, relationships, and natural ability. We recommend placing all your eggs in the strongest basket.
With this tool and our full 60 minute debrief you can:
1. Learn what makes you do the things you do.
2. Learn what your brain needs to feel happy.
3. Learn what environments work best for your brain.
4. Learn what career is likely the best one for your current state of mind.
5. Learn what type of relationship works best for you.
6. Learn the process your brain uses as a default processing mechanism.
7. Learn what specific element is getting in the way of your career goals.
8. Learn what you need to stop doing in order to move forward now.
9. Learn what your specific super power is.
10. Learn what will increase your chances of success in specific environments.
11. Learn where you’re limited in communication effectiveness.
12. And much more!