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Design a Book Cover that Captures the Energy of Human Striving Instincts
cayala needed a new business or advertising
design and created a contest on 99designs.
A winner was selected from 55 designs submitted by 5 freelance designers.
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Business & Consulting
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Kathy Kolbe is an acclaimed theorist, bestselling author, entrepreneur, educator, organizational strategist, consultant and speaker, and is the founder of Kolbe Corp and the Center for Conative Abilities. She is considered to be the world's leading authority on human instincts and conation* and has dedicated her life to helping people of all ages to find the freedom to be themselves through understanding and using their conative abilities.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
The Kolbe Theory is the theory of individual performance driven by instinctive behaviors originated by Kathy Kolbe. It includes psychometric measurements identifying natural talents and providing a pathway to higher productivity and greater satisfaction.
The book we are seeking a front cover design for is not a business book – rather it’s a timeless resource regarding human beings and how they do things. We do not want our logo on it. We do want it to symbolize human energy and the living, expansive, growing nature of the theory of conation.
We want the cover to represent the timeless theory of conation with the same kind of respect we show a valuable reference book. The theory is alive and deals with human energy and how we use it. When people act according to their instinctive drives, their energy is almost inexhaustible – like water running downhill. But when people are forced to act against their instinct, their energy is rapidly depleted – like.
The title of the book is: Striving Zones
Subtitle is: How People Act when Free to be Themselves
Author is: Kathy Kolbe
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