Observation of Behavior

business_maslows_hierarchy_of_needs_3d_powerpoint_slides_and_ppt_diagram_templates_1I observed people at a resent stone-carving symposium I attended. The artists all choose their position for the 9 days relative to something: a tree, their position last year, other people, the front, the back, the middle, access, shade etc. The opportunity of making decisions “relative to” never ceases, they just seem to continually keep changing and evolving.

Whilst thinking about this and chipping away at my sculpture it occurred to me that Maslow’s work on the “hierarchy of needs” may also apply to our emotional state This would support the idea that our emotional state effects our behavior, which determines our experiential result and fuels more emotional energy and determines how we feel.

Mark Collins
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