I'm sure that this is not something new to you and it's not new to me either, but I've found Abraham Maslow's theory to be very interesting and I'm compelled to briefly discuss his findings with you via this article. Most importantly, I'll only be dealing with the human needs from this theory, as our needs mostly affect our emotions and eventually our reactions.
The three needs from Maslow's findings are as follows;
1.) Basic needs (Financial safety, personal safety, health & well-being, security, food, water and rest e.t.c.)
2.) Psychological needs (Friends, love, family, intimate relationships, self-esteem, self-respect and prestige e.t.c.)
3.) Self-fulfilment needs (Self-actualization, self-creativity).
All these needs highlighted above are the kind of needs that every human being must experience at least once in a lifetime and since we know that these needs are inevitable, it'll be wise if we understand these needs enough so as to prepare very well to obtain them.
My question is, how do we do that?
By working your way tirelessly up from the bottom of the pyramid to the apex of your life's pyramid in Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs.
A higher percentage of people in this world are still struggling with the 'basic needs' while a very few percentage are the ones enjoying the stage of 'self-fulfilment needs.'
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