0 Mentor: Size Up People, Personalities: holistic, conceptual, philosophical awareness of the existence, meaning, purpose, potential, and destiny of mankind, people, persons, and self; with self-felt and self-accepted calling to cause good, growth, and gain in the lives of others; relating to individuals in terms of their total personality in order to advise, counsel, or guide them with regard to potential that may be achieved or problems that may be solved by counseling, spiritual, psychological, scientific, legal, or other professional efforts.
Mentor: size up people, personalities, motives requiring philosophical and psychological awareness of, and interest in the total personality of others; conscious of existence, meaning, purpose, potential and destiny of people, persons and self; responsibility (calling) to cause, influence or manage good, growth and gain in the lives of all concerned. This trait is associated with cultural, academic, philosophical, psychological, philanthropic, spiritual, or medical activities. Intuition, insights, empathy and sympathy are involved relative to human nature.
|Mentor: a wise or faithful adviser or monitor. High motivation indicates that this person is interested in, and conscious of existence, meaning, purpose, potential, and destiny of mankind, people, persons, and self; with self-felt, self-accepted responsibility to influence and/or cause good, growth and gain in the lives of all concerned. A high motivation indicates that this person has intuition and philosophical curiosity which causes an awareness of personality, intentions, emotions, ethics, values, and moods of other personsand of self. By itself, this is not benevolence; it may or may not be accompanied by strongly (or moderately) motivated benevolence. If it is, this trait is compulsively central to personal and vocational activities. If not, it tends to be more philosophical or academic in naturebut still service oriented.|
|Moderate motivation indicates that this person is interested in people, philosophically and psychologically. That interest causes a personal, ethical interest in the potential and destiny of others. If that interest is reinforced by strong benevolence, this person is active in service directly involved with, and beneficial for others. It is important to see if a moderate motivation indicates that this person is benevolent, gregarious, managerial, persuasive and/or dedicated to harmonious relations. Each or all of those traits can be interactive with this mentoring trait and strongly influence the if, how and why, that mentoring is done.|
|Low motivation indicates that this person has little interest in, or awareness of the personality, motives and interests of others. Self-awareness comes first; and self-interest has first priority. It is therefore very important to find out what is involved in this person's self-orientation and self-interest. If benevolent, gregarious, harmonious and/or managerial traits are strongly motivated, it means that a high priority of self-interest is to be in compatible, mutually productive, and beneficial interaction with others-and that is a form of benevolence and service. If benevolent and/or gregarious traits have low motivation, then this person may tend to be quite self-oriented and self-centered.|