I'll address the practical applications in other articles, but first I had to lay some extensive groundwork. While the concept of polarity may seem very abstract, I find it immensely practical to apply across all areas of life.
For example, when building a business, you will experience much greater success by picking a single polarity and sticking with it consistently. Are you primarily in business to serve, to contribute, and to have a positive impact? Or is your top priority to gain power, money, or status? When you have to choose one or the other, which way does your business lean? Will it sacrifice service for profits or vice versa?
Most businesses mix the two and make incongruent decisions. But if you look to those businesses that are most successful, you'll tend to find a more polarized organization as well as a more polarized CEO.