Every person has a certain peak “potential” that’s built into their cells. In this context, peak potential addresses our organizational, functional, and creative behaviors, as well as the way we think and perform. There is an innate structure to cells that setup how humans operate in their world, part of our natural thinking or intelligence. This is a “pure” kind of intelligence because it’s not influenced by other factors, it’s innate and lives within the body. People differ from one another in the way they utilize this natural thinking.
People have a natural thinking potential mindset and a normal mindset that is in control of their subjective life. Most people are unaware of the two mindsets. Becoming aware of the two mindsets is valuable for organizing their lives in both subjective and objective contexts.
The natural mind’s power is to help people handle and categorize the millions of pieces of data and memories that sit in their minds. All this data can create confusion and decrease the chances of reaching full potential states. Instead, people put information into the wrong categories, or they don’t look at issues in the right manner. As people understand the benefits of natural thinking, they see there are myriad types of potential that can guide them towards a better sense of self and overall improvement.
Insights from Assessments
Assessments are vital tools for understanding what is occurring within someone’s mind and to provide them with guidance for making impactful changes. For natural thinking to become uncovered, people need more advanced assessments beyond a “personality profile.” They need insights into the “how” of thinking, the process behind why the person makes certain decisions. This assessment is then matched with an experienced professional who can pose insightful questions about how the subject makes decisions and if there are perhaps better ways to approach future conflicts or circumstances. This process is an ideal way to uncover flaws in thinking and logic and supports the benefits of natural intelligence.
Assessments bring hidden issues to light. People talk about how organized they are in their daily lives. They recount stories of getting multiple things done at once and being high achievers that can balance their professional and personal lives. However, under the lens of the natural assessment, cracks appear, and disorganization becomes a central theme. People might for example think they have one set of priorities in their life, but the assessment and discussion highlight they prioritize something else entirely.
Some specific assessments go into developing and understanding how people think and the choices they make. Taken together, these assessments build a detailed understanding of a person’s current thinking style and a roadmap towards unlocking natural thinking to reach a higher potential.
- A human thinking assessment that looks at the basic biological and genetic thinking principles.
- Executive mind assessment to understand profiles and principles for business situations
- Achievement thinking profiles designed to measure the various thinking styles a person utilizes to clarify how they think
- Organizational profiles to identify their thinking structures
- Functional restriction assessments to learn more about what is blocking someone’s functioning, to provide insights into how to breakthrough those barriers
- A subconscious dynamic profile to examine some of the dynamics acquired at birth that impact attention and focus, and how those relate to performance
- An optimization factor analysis measures how the person is doing on the various steps to build greater thinking
- An assessing life skills review to see how someone does with planning, organizing, and high-level functioning
Leveraging Insights to Conquer Roadblocks
People’s thinking often prevents them from reaching their goals and true potential. They have restrictors in place, which could be self-delusion, fear, or an over-inflated ego. Even when these restrictors are apparent to the person, they still often limit their function because they follow habits and routines.
Most people would say they want to become entrepreneurs, wealthier, and more successful. However, many do not possess the right mindsets to achieve these goals. They’ll also often become angry at others who say their goals are unrealistic, developing a sense of themselves as “victims” which of course further limits their potential. The optimal approach is to examine potential from a different light, to see how overcoming barriers build resiliency and improves how they think‹. It’s challenging for people to accept this type of truth. Finding a true potential requires shifting away from one belief system that might obscure what’s happening and embracing reality on its face. Natural thinking assessments are integral to setting people on a different path where they accept the current reality and commit to change. When people can do this successfully, the results are impactful and immediate. It allows people to reach new heights and build comfort and acceptance of their minds.
Lastly, it is not only motivational, but also a continuous broad-based support and informational process one can always rely upon.