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Colin Jewitt

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  • E LT2 : The Theory Of Human Proclivity

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    Proclivity is the propensity for action. Human proclivity defines the natural tendency or inclination that drives the human creature to act. Understanding why we do what we do is critical to understanding the world around us and changing it or changing ourselves. To take the position that all human actions are simple behavioral responses to the environment or are innate biological responses is not completely accurate. Proceeding from the premise that relationships are contractual is also fallacious. So is the erroneous assumption that changing our lives or ourselves is best accomplished by mimicking or imitating certain behaviors or habits, yet legions of people are encouraged to do so on a daily basis. Bearing in mind that every behavior has reason and a purpose, or a desired intent, such disingenuous behavior could be considered deceitful by nature. So why is this premise advocated as the cornerstone of popular leadership, management, motivational, and success literature, models, and schools? As it relates to human interactions or relationships, intentions are not always easily discerned as our perceptions are subject to control. There is something terribly wrong here. Not everything is as it seems.

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