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What is self-actualization?

Humans are driven by needs. The most basic — and arguably the most critical — support survival: air food, water and shelter. As these are secured, other needs rise to prominence.

Self-actualization sits at the top of the needs hierarchy.

What is self-actualization?

In 1943, Psychologist, Abraham Maslow, placed self-actualization at the top of a pyramid depicting a hierarchy of human needs. He stated that “… human motivation is based on people seeking fulfillment and change through personal growth.”

Self-actualization is about achieving one’s full potential. It’s when goals come to fruition and life can be seen as a series of accomplishments. It is the luxury of choice in a quest that asks, “What next?” of countless motivating options.

Giver-partners are the foundation of all other 2cf programs. It’s a direct approach to providing all participants with self-actualizing experiences that answer the question, “What next?”


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