Master Spiral Dynamics Ebook
If you’re keen to master Spiral Dynamics and have it transform how you see yourself, others and the world and how you approach life, this ebook is your friend.
We cut away all the fluff and look at only the best insights from Spiral Dynamics. As well as covering the fundamental principles and the 8 levels, we explore how this theory describes your personal unfolding.
I’ve studied and implemented this theory for years, and I can tell you that it has changed my life forever.
Never will I look at myself, others or the world the same way again. I’ve put every effort into making sure this guide illuminates you and revolutionises the way you see yourself, others and the world at large, giving you those “AH-HA” moments that Spiral Dynamics buffs so often report.
This will completely transform your way of seeing yourself, others and the world.
In this ebook, you’ll learn:
- what Spiral Dynamics is,
- the fundamental concepts of the theory,
- what the theory IS and what it IS NOT,
- the characteristic values, worldviews, psychology and behaviour of each of the
- what these levels ARE and what they ARE NOT,
- how and when the eight levels emerge in individuals and collectives,
- which levels you embody in your life, when, and why.
What Is Spiral Dynamics? Quick Summary
Spiral Dynamics is a theory of human behaviour applicable to individuals and groups of them, like societies and organisations. It attempts to put human behaviour into a holistic, big-picture framework. What’s more, it provides a roadmap for effectively managing change and working with the different levels of human behaviour the theory posits.
A key assumption behind the theory is that ultimate maturity does not exist, only levels of maturity do. This idea comes from Graves, one of the pioneers whose research led to Spiral Dynamics. Graves wrote: “Damn it all. A man has the right to be who he is.” Ignore the archaic language!
Our behaviour is not good/evil or mature/immature. Instead, it is a spectrum leading from lower to higher. It moves through distinguishable packages or systems as the world around us changes and we adjust to it. In fact, Spiral Dynamics posits that eight such packages or systems of behaviour have emerged in all of human history. Those are the eight vMEMEs.