I viewed your website and agree totally with your ideas. However, in order for your ABCD model to work, would it not require compliance throughout the hierarchy?
I don't think you would want people to comply to anarchy (Level A) or bossing others (Level B). Also, you can only operate on one level at a time—although we operate at different levels at different times.
Complying to directions is natural and acceptable (Level C). parents teach youngster to say, "Thank you," other cultural amenities, and manners. These are not "intrinsic." They need to be taught and learned. This is the prime reason why I refer to "internal" motivation, rather than "intrinsic" motivation.
All young people are on level C as they learn and mimic appropriate behavior. At a certain developmental state, the youngster will for example say, "Thank you" because it is the proper way to respond (Level D), and the parent will no longer have to tell or ask the child to say, "Thank you" (Level C).