- The ability to maintain dynamic presence and composure in the face of all threat, pressures or by power plays of others.
- The ability to easily, comfortably and powerfully communicate to anyone.
- The ability to think clearly.
- The ability to perceive what is truly there, versus seeing what one wants to see or thinks “should” be there because of prejudice, or faulty or limiting paradigms.
- The ability to comfortably be at cause and in harmony in relationships rather than being at effect, or being overwhelmed, dominated or made uncomfortable by the power plays or emotions of others.
- The ability to project one’s visions, intentions and ideas.
- The ability to truly, thoroughly receive communication; and the ability to see what it is the other person is trying to convey.
- The ability to powerfully direct your awareness and focus attention.
- The ability to comprehend, and to truly understand what one studies.
- The ability to correctly evaluate relative importance.
- The ability to exactly identify and discern the distinctions between similarities, differences, and identities — that is, the ability to not confuse them, but to see differences, similarities and identicalness for what they are.
- The ability to precisely control an environment and obtain exact executions from team members.
- The ability to obtain clear understanding and full comprehension of your communications to others.
- The ability to correctly evaluate data and input from others — to instantly see the illogic or “holes” in information relayed to you.
- The ability to properly perceive and evaluate circumstances and potential, the power to exercise volition and decide to act; to then envision opportunity, improved circumstance and appropriate action; to properly and completely plan the actions needed to accomplish the vision; and to masterfully implement such plans for achievement of optimum outcomes.
Benefits for Individuals
Benefits for Organizations, Groups and Teams