the Wakefield Doctrine

the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers

3 personality types, 1 Theory and countless benefits…at a cost, though

with 2 comments

What Cost?
(whoa, whoa, whoa…not so fast! You have not even heard what it is that the Wakefield Doctrine Theory of Personality types  has to Offer.)

There is a cost, even though we are spreading the news about the Wakefield Doctrine everywhere we can, most people, including you if you are still reading this Post, have not gotten the message.
That the Doctrine can help you make sense of the behavior of the people in your life is not a question.  It can. It has helped people see themselves from a different perspective and it has (offered people) an insight into the actions and behavior of others that until now, had them ripping their own hair out in frustration.

So why are we expecting Readers to pay a price for something that is admittedly available for free? Because of the Wakefield Doctrine tells us of human nature and the three personality types that account for all the people you will encounter today.

Lets start this again.

The Wakefield Doctrine ( the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers ) is a unique approach to classifying personality types. The Wakefield Doctrine maintains that there are three personality types: clarksscotts and rogers. If you understand the characteristics of these three types, you will not only understand why a person behaves the way that they do, but you will be in a position to predict what they will do before they do it. You will, in fact, know more about the person than they know about themselves.

The premise is simple.

The use of (this knowledge) is unlimited.

The Wakefield Doctrine is not easy ‘to get’ at first, but the rewards of knowing about clarks, scotts and rogers is well worth the effort. So write a Comment, ask a question and it will all become clear.

And if you play your cards right, you might even get a nearly free Wakefield Doctrine hat (for your damn head)


Written by clarkscottroger

May 12, 2011 at 7:42 am

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  1. In fact years earlier I had even figured out which Myers-Briggs personality type fit me but had somehow just forgotten my personality type and never really used the information at all…..Then in April 2004 a friend who was being trained in sales was showing me a that is used to allow salespeople to quickly identify the personality style of potential customers. The understanding that it has brought me has led my business partner and I to incorporate personality concepts from MBTI and other schemas as integral elements of our Personal Life Coaching Group Organizational Business Consulting and Training company …..The MBTI categorizes a person on ….

    business review

    May 15, 2011 at 11:07 pm

  2. Dear ‘Mr. B. Review’,
    Granted that the M-B is well documented and organised and as such allows the the user to have a tool that is neat and orderly, but then again so is the output of cows in a field!
    While you are busy organising your thoughts and determining your integral elements, the moment has passed.
    And how helpful is your PLCGCBCT in predicting behavior?
    Never the less. we appreciate your taking the time to write to us here at the Doctrine and will be happy to answer any of your questions!

    You know, despite at the present time having a huge worldview following, M-B lacks a certain quality…hats!


    May 16, 2011 at 6:11 am

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