Comments for the Wakefield Doctrine<title> http://wakefielddoctrine.com (the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers) Fri, 22 Aug 2014 03:14:53 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.8.4 Comment on GPTGP the Wakefield Doctrine “…a Thursday Point of View” by dyannedillon http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2014/08/21/gptgp-the-wakefield-doctrine-a-thursday-point-of-view/#comment-26245 Fri, 22 Aug 2014 03:14:53 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=23433#comment-26245 I DID see what you wanted me to see, then! At the very last second, the wolf seemed to be saying “I could have bitten his head off, if I’d wanted to.”
You’re right that at a party or big social event where I don’t feel comfortable, I am scanning the room, people watching, taking mental notes of what is going on.
Maybe, someday, I’ll finally understand this stuff….

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Comment on GPTGP the Wakefield Doctrine “…a Thursday Point of View” by pileofbabies http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2014/08/21/gptgp-the-wakefield-doctrine-a-thursday-point-of-view/#comment-26244 Fri, 22 Aug 2014 03:10:42 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=23433#comment-26244 Love you Katia. Great post, and thanks for the mention.

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Comment on GPTGP the Wakefield Doctrine “…a Thursday Point of View” by clarkscottroger http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2014/08/21/gptgp-the-wakefield-doctrine-a-thursday-point-of-view/#comment-26240 Fri, 22 Aug 2014 01:22:44 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=23433#comment-26240 the thing about worldviews (the basis for our three personality types) is that they (the worldviews) are descriptions of ‘how a person relates themselves to the world around them’
a scott is said to be a predator, not only for the implication of a confident and aggressive person, those are simply styles of interacting, but for the idea that a predator experiences a world that is relatively simple, dominant/submissive, predator/prey, fight/flight… all taking place in the concrete here and now. The real fun (and this is meant to be fun as well as useful) is when you observe a scott. a primary characteristic of a scott is found by looking at them, their eyes, to be very specific. Dyanne, I am certain is very shy but all it takes is a single photo to see the ‘gaze of the scott’ in her eyes. She might be bored (by a roomful of people), she might be uncertain if people like her when she enters a room, but she is never not paying attention. (I am fond of citing the imagery of the mother lion dozing, eyes half closed as the cubs play… anyone want to walk up and grab one?…lol)
This applies to the other two, this appearance that shows/implies how a person is relating themselves to the world around them… hell, just take a look at the photo of the three progenitors…do I really need to tell you which is relating the world as a predator and which as an outsider and which as a member of the herd?

oops didn’t want to go on too long, the video? literarily it is in the last second of the tape, I swear the wolf winks at the camera (no!! really her left eye go see for yourself!)

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Comment on GPTGP the Wakefield Doctrine “…a Thursday Point of View” by Katia http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2014/08/21/gptgp-the-wakefield-doctrine-a-thursday-point-of-view/#comment-26238 Fri, 22 Aug 2014 00:09:38 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=23433#comment-26238 I think I kind of understand. It’s often the ones with the loudest bark etc. Haven’t watched the wolves yet, but interesting connection. Off to watch :-)

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Comment on GPTGP the Wakefield Doctrine “…a Thursday Point of View” by clarkscottroger http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2014/08/21/gptgp-the-wakefield-doctrine-a-thursday-point-of-view/#comment-26237 Fri, 22 Aug 2014 00:00:00 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=23433#comment-26237 I promise a much more cogent outline of why a ‘shy scott’ is not a contradiction… but, before I do that I will provide you with a video that I need Dyanne to watch very carefully… for the very last second of the vid, watch the wolf* closely

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MpsYkQrYERo

* wolfs are our favorite … behavioral paradigm for the socttian personality type.

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Comment on GPTGP the Wakefield Doctrine “…a Thursday Point of View” by Katia http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2014/08/21/gptgp-the-wakefield-doctrine-a-thursday-point-of-view/#comment-26235 Thu, 21 Aug 2014 22:59:14 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=23433#comment-26235 Dyanne, I wonder how Clark explains this contradiction! :-)

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Comment on GPTGP the Wakefield Doctrine “…a Thursday Point of View” by dyannedillon http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2014/08/21/gptgp-the-wakefield-doctrine-a-thursday-point-of-view/#comment-26229 Thu, 21 Aug 2014 21:02:30 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=23433#comment-26229 Even though I’m allegedly a Scott, I feel like an outsider quite often. Maybe it’s just because I’m a shy-until-I-get-to-know-you Scott.

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Comment on Wed nes day the Wakefield Doctrine ‘…of shared expectations and stainless steel serving dishes’ by clarkscottroger http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2014/08/20/wed-nes-day-the-wakefield-doctrine-of-shared-expectations-and-stainless-steel-serving-dishes/#comment-26223 Thu, 21 Aug 2014 19:46:40 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=23423#comment-26223 lol

no, you are an enhanced clark

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Comment on GPTGP the Wakefield Doctrine “…a Thursday Point of View” by Katia http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2014/08/21/gptgp-the-wakefield-doctrine-a-thursday-point-of-view/#comment-26219 Thu, 21 Aug 2014 18:56:06 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=23433#comment-26219 Thank you, Zoe, for making me feel like less of an idiot about the creamer incident. I was thinking “hmmm, it’s definitely sweeter than I would expect and also, I can’t feel the caffeine, which woohoo!”

It’s a great observation you make. I first tried to think of reasons being an outsider is cool and it was too difficult of a mission. :-)

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Comment on GPTGP the Wakefield Doctrine “…a Thursday Point of View” by zoebyrd http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2014/08/21/gptgp-the-wakefield-doctrine-a-thursday-point-of-view/#comment-26218 Thu, 21 Aug 2014 18:52:06 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=23433#comment-26218 Hey Katia,
I can totally believe that first story…packaging is deceptive…were you wondering why people werent gagging whenever they drank iced coffee?

Ive been trying to think of the reasons being an outsider is cool when one doesn’t have the cultural differences to help the cause….I think as long as you’re an old enough outsider, people grow to expect certain behaviors so you can do what you want (sometimes).

Howdy Clark!

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