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Action Filter – Acting Intelligently

Do you take action when a problem occurs, or don’t move until you are forced to? The action filter describes how much urgency or energy you feel to make changes. On the other hand, it describes how much reflection you give to a situation.

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Reflective Action Filter – Reflecting without Acting

The reflective action filter combines reflection with inaction. Thinking before making risky decisions is an important part of success. You can’t build a very stable or comfortable house without a well-considered blue print.

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Reactive Action Filter – Action Without Reflection

The reactive action filter combines action with non reflection or internal dialogue. At its best, this is ideal in sports and performances, as well as emergencies where instincts are needed. They take initiative, and are willing to jump in and have a go, without the need to analyze it to death first. They see what […]

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Proactive Action Filter – Action and Reflection

The proactive action filter combines action and reflection. This is Steven Covey’s concept of proactive. This combination is ideal in complex environments. Auditory digital and taking notice of feedback before acting or continuing is strongly developed.