Picture taken from https://www.cleverism.com/scarf-model-influence-people/
"The SCARF model of behavior is a relatively new theory, having first been published in 2008 by David Rock." https://neuroleadership.com/personnel/david-rock/
Further details and a 1-page tracking sheet for free download at Collaboration and Influencing Using the SCARF® Model, http://peopleleaders.com.au/scarf-model/
As always a prerequisite to understand other people is to understand yourself first. One approach there is Mindfulness "is a state of active, open attention to the present. This state is described as observing one’s thoughts and feelings without judging them as good or bad.", see https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/basics/mindfulness.
If this is too much brain and too less hands-on for you, try a different focus area like e.g. THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO SOURDOUGH BREAD, https://www.alices.kitchen/appliances/the-ultimate-guide-to-sourdough-bread/
Sometimes people get lost in the Internet by just following links of interest. As you can see today, it is pretty easy to come from the SCARF model to Sourdough Bread 😉.