Maslows Hierarchy of Needs

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1. Interview at least three people and ask them how you come across to them, (your Presenting

Self), then evaluate how you perceive yourself (your Perceived Self) and compare and contrast

your Presenting Self to your Perceived Self.

The first person I interviewed with thought I came across as being a witty, outgoing, and fun to be around type of person.

The second person I interviewed with thought I came across as outgoing, stylish, well-groomed, respectful, and gentleman like.

The third person I interviewed with thought I came across as attractive, fun-loving, caring, and ambitious.

I would describe myself as being a very well-rounded person. I am very friendly and fun to be around. I would consider myself to be trendy and I am always looking for new ways to better my appearance. I am very witty and always have something smart to say and always have good come backs up. I sometimes can be sarcastic but it is all in good fun.

2. Analyze any speech we have watched in Class. Write a short critique or reaction paper from

methods studied.

Steve Jobs’ commencement address begins with a great strong opening and grabs the audiences’ attention by making them feel good about themselves. Jobs’ speech was structured with three stories and the audience is able to understand him with his use of simple sentences. Jobs’ also uses great pausing and emphasis to keep the audience’s attention and gives them time to comprehend all that he is sharing with them. Jobs lastly did a wonderful job with his continuous eye contact he has with the audience throughout his speech.

3. Analyze five photographs according to Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. Attach the photographs and explain each need.

The first photograph I chose is one of a white person and black person holding hands. This photo shows lack of prejudice and being able to accept one another even though you are not of the same...
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