The Targets and Goals Course Glossary
short for Administrative Scale, a scale which gives a sequence (and relative seniority) of subjects relating to organization:
goals, purposes, policy, plans, programs, projects, orders, ideal scenes, statistics, valuable final products. Each of these must operate in a coordinated manner to achieve success in the intended accomplishment of an envisioned goal. This scale is used to help one align them.
love, liking or any other emotional attitude; the degree of liking. The basic definition of affinity is the consideration of distance, whether good or bad.
a series of exact doable targets for the coming day or week which forward the strategic planning of an individual or a group.
an interchange of ideas across space between two individuals.
the route along which a communication travels from one person to another.
to face without flinching or avoiding. The ability to confront is actually the ability to be there comfortably and perceive.
an urge to survive along a certain course; an urge toward existence in an area of life. There are eight dynamics:
first, self; second, sex and the family unit; third, groups; fourth, mankind; fifth, life forms; sixth, physical universe; seventh, spirits; and eighth, Supreme Being.
a gradual approach to something taken step by step, level by level, each step or level being, of itself, easily attainable— so that finally, complicated and difficult activities can be achieved with relative ease. The term gradient also applies to each of the steps taken in such an approach.
short for organizing board, a board which displays the functions, duties, communication routes, sequences of action and authorities of an organization. It shows the pattern of organizing to obtain a product.
a condition or instance of something being wrong, incorrect or missing.
an applied religious philosophy developed by L. Ron Hubbard. It is the study and handling of the spirit in relationship to itself, universes and other life. The word Scientology comes from the Latin scio, which means "know" and the Greek word logos, meaning "the word or outward form by which the inward thought is expressed and made known." Thus, Scientology means knowing about knowing.
a person, point or position which can receive, relay or send a communication.