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The Human Fabric: Unleashing the Power of Core Energy in Everyone Paperback – Illustrated, November 1, 2004
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- Paperback : 160 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0976057409
- ISBN-13 : 978-0976057406
- Item Weight : 7.7 ounces
- Publisher : Aviri Publishing; Illustrated edition (November 1, 2004)
- Language: : English
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.33 x 9 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,013,953 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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As an educator of children and teachers I intend to spread this information as a way of anchoring their personal learning profiles for themselves and students to a new level. The Human Fabric gives key information to source of a personal profile. This information will allow all learners to work on a team and to have stronger inter and intrapersonal skills. These skills are highlighted in the SCANS report as key for the workforce of today and the future.
If an educator or a learner knows their core energy personal work and teamwork will be more successful. This author smoothes the information about one's core energy, leaving few places to trip or become lost as the goal is clear and full of energy. This energy provides the substance from which these other facets of individual grow, learning style, preferred intelligence, and thinking style.
As a writer I was so pleased to see that the novel I recently finished was about Mavens, Relaters and one Evangelist and how they connected. Now I want to re-read my book with new eyes.
Thank you for writing your book you have taken my knowledge to new heights and now I will evangelize.
Remember, it's why you do something, not what you do.
During his presentation and throughout his book, Bijoy hones in on the three types of people that comprise this wonderful world of ours. Mavens are driven by knowledge, Relaters are driven by relationships, and evangelists are driven by action. Each of us possesses a "core." And, when we step too far outside that core we develop internal struggles. Instead of fighting it, we should use our "core" power to propel us to new heights.
A quick read, the Human Fabric is made up of 7 chapters.
Chapter 1 - Revisiting the Golden Rule
Chapter 2 - Mavens
Chapter 3 - Relaters
Chapter 4 - Evangelists
Chapter 5 - Synthesis
Chapter 6 - MRE for Corporations
Chapter 7 - Broader Applications
I wholeheartedly recommend that you read this book. It's much easier to become successful in life if you understand what makes up your "core".
As an example, Bijoy mentions in his book that the perfect startup company would comprise a Maven (with the technical expertise), a Relater (with a golden rolodex of contacts), and an Evangelist to persuade others to join the cause.
Michael Davis, Editor - Byvation
As a business consultant, I continually challenge my clients to understand more about who their customer is and how to communicate with them. That requires my client first understands who they are and what their core "style" is before they can learn to interact and effectively develop a relationship with their client. By utilizing the MRE Framework as a base line, it allows one to more adeptly apply appropriate techniques and strategies to achieve a compatible result.
I would highly suggest this book to anyone who wants to gain a better understanding of those that we encounter in life. Effectively understanding and communicating with people significantly increases a business professional's chance of success. The Human Fabric is a valuable reference tool in your quest to be better in all facets of your personal and professional life.