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The Unicist Ontology of Doers

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The Nature of Doers

“Doers make things happen. Therefore, more than ever before, it is time for doers in the world.”

Doers are very special individuals. They are basically individuals whose fulfillment is based on doing transcendent things. They need to achieve what they have decided to do. When things cannot be done the easy way, they find the necessary path to make things happen.

But it can also be said that everyone is a doer in some field.
This role is taken by all those individuals that have the will and the decision to add value through their deeds.

To do things doers have two polar possibilities:

1) On the one hand, they can approach problems analytically and operationally.
2) Or on the other hand, they can approach problems based on their nature. And after the nature of a problem has been apprehended they use the analytical and operational approach.

Analysis allows the division of a problem into its parts until the parts can be managed operationally. When a problem is simple, the fulfillment of this analysis means that the problem’s cause-effect relations have been found. This analysis is functional for the solution of simple problems.

But when problems are complex they have open boundaries and their cause-effect relations are bi-univocal (A causes B and B causes A at the same time). In this case they can only be approached apprehending their nature and separating them into operational objects that function based on cause-effect rules.

This program is for doers who need to solve complex problems. Unicist technologies provide the tools to deal with the nature of problems.
“We consider that every doer in the world has the need and the right to have an objective technology to simplify the complex problems s/he has to solve.”
Dealing with the nature of problems requires an abstract approach in order to see below the facts. It is necessary to deal with the essences of reality. The discovery of the structure of the intelligence of nature (unicist ontogenetic intelligence of nature) made the secure approach to the solution of complex problems possible.

Doers need to achieve their goals. It is necessary to find the doer in oneself in order to understand this. Doers find no internal peace until they have finished what they are doing. That is why doers use and need technologies to make things happen.

“The world is built by doers and enjoyed by followers”. The joy of doers is in the deed itself.

We recommend you to register in the Unicist Talent Development Program you will find described on the page  “free program”.

Diana Belohlavek
Knowledge Bank Manager
The Unicist Research Institute

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