(p)Personality + (e)Environment = (b)Behavior

(p)Personality = Big 6 + Dark Triad + Low/High Self-Monitor + Health + Motivations + Values + Genetics + Classified A + Clasified B + Classified C

Why would I want to do this?

Throughout the Process, our behavior analyst team will be monitoring everything you say, do, and don’t do. After you’ve completed (or completed what you can of) The Process, you’ll receive a thorough Post-Process Profile from our team on your favorite topic – you.

The Post-Process Profile will break down and analyze the (p)Personality traits and tendencies and (b)Behaviors observed after you’ve been stripped of your identity and placed in cognitive and physical challenges. In order to accept something about yourself, especially something uncomfortable, it first must be recognized. This kind of acceptance takes place when you build up the courage to put yourself in situations where you can really look into your own shadows. That’s the only true way to understand an individual’s strengths, shortcomings, and blind-spots.  Awareness of one’s limitations is an initial stage of optimizing the Self.

(p)Personality + (e)Environment = (b)Behavior

In this context, (p)Personality is defined as the combination of your traits, values, and motivations that form your distinctive character that commonly can be modified through experience. (e)Environment is defined as the surroundings or conditions in which you operate. (b)Behavior is defined as your observable activity in which a coordinated pattern of sensory, motor and associated neural activity responds to your changing external or internal conditions.

As you take responsibility for your (p)Personality, The Process alters your (e)Environment[al] reality through cognitive and physical challenges which will affect your (b)Behavior. After this undertaking, some men will go out with a whimper, and some will radically upgrade their ability to respond to stimulus consciously and wisely. While we can’t guarantee you’ll fall into the latter category, we can promise you’ll have an entirely new perspective on your Self which is a priceless leap forward in itself.


Intentionally Facilitated Post-traumatic Growth

Post-Traumatic Growth is positive change experienced as a result of major struggle and adversity. While The Process is a “new” experience created to facilitate this growth, the idea that humans can be changed by their encounters with challenges, sometimes in radically positive ways, is not new. The theme of PTG is present in ancient traditions, literature, and philosophy.

Post-traumatic growth tends to occur in five general areas – all of which will be at varying levels of intensity depending on the individual:

  • Closer relationships with certain people who matter to you
  • New opportunities and possibilities in life that have emerged from the struggle, opening up possibilities that were not present before
  • Increased sense of one’s personal strength
  • A significant change in one’s spiritual or belief system.
  • Greater appreciation and gratitude of life in general

Your Post-Process Profile and your experience in The Process will show you everything you need to know about yourself to level up. Only you will know what to do with that information next.


Becoming the new breed of leader

Wounded from the outset, you must do battle with your shadows, overcome the limitations of your mind, surrender your need to control life, and find your true self before you can awaken and take the real initiative.

We believe leadership is in crisis. It has been for hundreds of years in many countries. The good news is there’s never been a better time to lead as people are finally realizing that the collective can do better. The new breed of leader our communities need has activated evolved versions of his virtues of humanity – and that’s what we believe will be the result of many men who complete The Process.