Handbook of Inspiration Economy
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This first Handbook on Inspiration Economy comes in a time where the world is changing very fast in terms of its speed, challenges, development and opportunities. The author and founder of the concept Dr Mohamed Buheji discusses first about the essence of having a handbook dedicated on Inspiration based Economy. The book discusses about the history of inspiration, then discusses about inspiration an important life asset, away from being a supernatural source. Then, the characteristics of inspiration creator are explored in detail.

This handbook is also sets a reference between inspiration from perspiration to creativity and innovation. Levels of 'Inspiration Cultures' are discussed. This is followed by the relation of this inspiration in creating better life insight is also discussed.

The handbook tries to create, realize and visualize the demands for Inspiration Economy (IE) and list them in relevance to IE, i.e. how inspiration affect the socio-economy, Quality of Life and Social Cohesion. Dr Buheji sets new term in relevance to “Inspiration Assets” and "Spirit of Inspiration in Research", "Practices of an Inspiration Economy", "Inspiration Economy Mind-set", "The Economics of Inspiration".

The author dedicate a full chapter for understanding the relations between 'Economy and Psychology', in relevance to many important areas to socio-economy stability and sustainability as the Feelings, the happiness, the Life Satisfaction, the Economics of Perfection and the Economics of Wellbeing.

Hormones of Inspiration are briefly discussed in relation to the Economic Approaches and Social Psychology along with the Inspiration Insight and Positive Affects.
Strong focus was on Inspiration Economy Enablers whether it is represented in the IE Sources or IE processes. Studies on the relation of these enablers and education, or experience, or humbleness, or human giving and inspiration are presented. 

Inspiration Labs© a technique that was developed by Dr Buheji is briefly discussed here to improve the organizational and business design. The handbook shed a light on the relation of style of Learning, ability to focus and Inspiration. The relation between balanced life, empowerment and the creation of a positive inspirational practices and policies are also discussed. 

The book if full of case studies and examples in relevance how to create or what to avoid in the journey towards optimizing inspiration role in our daily lives. Subjects as Lifelong learning, youth, women, the disabled and religion are studied from perspective of inspiration. New best practices as appreciative inquiry, analogical thinking are studies to see how organisations get inspired. As with any other theory the inspiration economy focus on specific tools and start with setting a generic life plan and then shift towards using scientific method’s role in Creating Waves of Inspiration. This handbook also sheds light on the Characteristics and Measures of inspiration including the characteristics of Inspired People. The book put the seeds for an Inspiration Economy Global Index including the IE indicators and scales of maturity. 

Inspiration Economy and Future Competing Economies is discussed also as a comparative study with the different contemporary economic theories or those frameworks that address the similar aims. Then management of Inspiration Projects and Initiatives are discussed. Inspiration and the Transition, the service, the knowledge, the learning, the entrepreneurial, the homo, the purple, experiential economies are discussed. Lots of space is given for reviewing the role of Inspiration Economy with Wellbeing and the Genuine Wealth Economy, the Empathetic Economy, and the Happiness Economy as an expected alternatives or supporting forces for future IE. The author and publishers hope the concept of Inspiration Economy inspires you!

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Dr Mohamed Buheji , Tel +973-33388150
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Written by: Mohamed Buheji, Phd 
Edited by: Brychan Thomas, Phd

Cover of the Book Photo & Design by- Abdulla Mohamed Buheji, (Photo taken from Dajti mountain – Albania)