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The 9 Performance Patterns - The Transformer

Updated: Jul 25, 2020

How To Predict Performance Patterns And Understand What Drives Them So You Can Enhance Trust & Deepen All Your Relationships In Life & Business.

The Final Performance Pattern in the series of 9 is The Transformer and how it's highest driving needs are the guiding force behind behavior.

The ability to predict behavior gives us an enormous advantage in attaining leverage when we are faced with challenges and how to gain higher levels of success in life and business.

The Transformer is the only Performance Pattern that emerges from the category of Transformational Potential.

Using the LifePrintOS and Technology, everybody has the ability to analyze these performance patterns and will instantly know how to access a person's behavior and how to best to enhance each individual pattern.

The Performance Patterns are only the tip of the iceberg and serve only as an entry point and foundational basis in understanding what drives human emotion and hence behavior. For the most part we will express these personality patterns in different arenas of Life; for instance our personality pattern at home is very different(not always) to the personality pattern being expressed at work or socially, how about the personality when doing the things we love as opposed to doing the things we don't, or, how we instinctively respond when put on the spot, under pressure where there's no time to process... what personality pattern emerges then?

The Transformer Performance Pattern

To Transform And Play - Highest Driving Need Is Belonging

Growth Mindset Performance Patterns: Unique, Naive, Artistic, Determined, Perceptive, Vulnerable, Innocent, Forgiving, Child-like, Honest.

Protective Mindset Performance Patterns: Contradictory, Confused, Foolish, Impulsive Forgetful, Vain, Lacks confidence, Stubborn, Vague, Impatient

People experience The Transformer Performance Pattern as innocent, trusting and often a little too naive. They are openly forgiving people who like to believe in the best of others. The Transformer performance pattern has an incredibly agile mind that is lightning fast and often devotes countless hours to developing and learning new skills, mastering them at quantum speeds and then just like that, they're not interested anymore and have moved onto something else completely different; either becoming bored too quickly or just completely mastered it that they need further challenges. So a jack of all trades and master of most, aptly describes them.

The Transformers lightning fast impulsivity comes at a price as they verbally blurt out whatever's on their mind without thinking it through and so they often find themselves suffering from ‘foot in mouth’ disease but it’s not from a place of nastiness they simply just can’t help themselves. They point out what they see or think, just like a child remarking that there is a fat person walking down the street, not to be mean but indeed there IS in fact, a fat person walking down the street.

The Transformer Performance Pattern must learn to believe and trust in their powerful gut instinct as they are too often misled in business and financial affairs due to their innocent nature and naivety . So they have to learn to use their natural gift of higher perception, it allows them to cut to the bone of any problem or challenge intuitively, bypassing all major nerves and arteries and coming up with a solution alleviating the usually long process of analysis it would usually take someone else. This quickness and agility of mind however does make them quite impatient with slower thinkers though as they are often found blurting things out without thinking about the consequences or what it may mean for others.

Many people are touched by their child-like innocence and vulnerability, and hence feel

protective towards them whilst others find them to be foolish and silly. For this reason work

colleagues find it difficult to respect or take The Transformer Performance seriously, yet, when given half the chance they will spring into action surprising everyone with their unwavering determination and courage. The Transformer Performance will love what they are doing for as long as it holds their attention, when they have had enough they will simply up and leave and find something else that interests them more; so variety over repetitive tasks is always suited.

Just like any other child they have a deep-seated fear of rejection and self-esteem

issues even-though they may sound self-assured, almost cocky at times they will benefit from constant reassurance. They need to hear that they are liked, loved and even a little admired.

The Transformer performance pattern may seem self-assured and radiate independence but deep down it is a mask covering their true vulnerability. In a reactive cycle they have a tendency to become super impatient and become confused easily leading them to make impulsive decisions. If they are stressed they have a tendency for forgetfulness and explanations will be vague at best.

Advice For The Transformer

If you are someone with The Transformer personality it will be necessary for you to develop strong self-assurance and start trusting your instincts as this will help you to navigate a world that may perceive vulnerability as a weakness. To ensure you remain in a Pro-active, thriving state it is advised to surround yourself with people who make you feel included and where you feel a sense of belonging as sometimes this world seems very strange and unfamiliar.

Advice For Interacting With The Transformer Performance Pattern

To connect on a deeper level with someone who has The Transformer Performance Pattern help them to recognize their own brilliance, help them find something they’ve lost, laugh with them not at them and play… play a lot!

This​ ​is​ ​a​ ​taste​ ​of​ ​just​ ​1​ ​of​ ​the​ ​multiple​ ​sensory​ ​expressions​ ​held​ ​within​ ​a​ ​LifePrint map.​ ​Your​ ​LifePrint​ ​Map​ ​will​ ​take​ ​into​ ​account​ ​all​ ​the​ ​dimensions​ ​of​ ​your​ ​life including​ ​the​ ​‘Sense​ ​of​ ​Relationship’​ ​(your​ ​relationship​ ​patterns),​ ​the​ ​‘Sense​ ​of Instinct’​ ​(your​ ​impulses​ ​and​ ​instinctive​ ​reactions)​ ​and​ ​so​ ​much​ ​more!

The following knowledge is taught at a more in-depth level as educational training events to deepen your understanding within The LifePrintOS helping businesses and individuals to evaluate the needs of their company, team, projects or clients, enhancing natural behavior, talents and abilities and evolving potential to accelerate achievement and success within life and business.

Stay tuned for next week's blog on The 9 Human Needs

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