## The Result Of An Integral Enterprise: A Reasonable Person

Question: A regular company is valued by its stockholders on the basis of profit. What does the profit for an integral dissemination enterprise consist of?

Answer: The profitability of every factory is appraised according to the quantity and quality its output. Our product is a reasonable person. We evaluate our work according to how we, from other homo sapiens, sculpt the reasonable person.

For example, now we have a problem if within a short period of time, we need to serve, say a few thousand people. We set a specific goal and we need to come in contact with each one of them. This is the first stage of our work.

The next phase would be to invite them to lessons, to lectures, to all kinds of events. We already will begin to carry out some kind of work with them.

After a certain number of lessons, we must check the results we got, that is, what we did with each one of the “reasonable people.” In what way did we raise him? Did we reach the set target? To what extent does the collective actively include mutual integrality? What materials did the participants study? What opinion did they express after each lesson? We need to supervise all of this and gather the statistical data.

For statistical data, we need to conduct quizzes, surveys, and exams in order to determine to what extent the person has begun to more appreciate the collective, connection, mutual interdependence, and good relationships between people. This will tell if he will give someone the right of way when he travels to work or if he won’t give the right of way. However, when not giving the right of way, does he feel good about himself? To what extent does he feel more physically healthy? To what extent does it become more pleasant for him to be in a collective? Does he smile at the other friends, and does he identify with them, and so forth.

Question: Can we consider the time the person spent at the roundtable in discussion with the colleagues about a subject that we determined for him as a universal measurement?

Answer: No, after all, that isn’t the result, but the investment. Where is the output from it? Where is the result, the product? We must connect some small mechanism to the person and measure the level of happiness. Even if it is subjective in relation to him, we see that, in the beginning, he sat with a sour face, and now he has begun to smile a little.

Question: We have a paradoxical case study when people, at the beginning of the training assess the connection and unity of the collective as 95%, and, at the end of the training, as 80%. They begin to understand, “We aren’t united enough. Let’s do something more.”

Answer: We also need to take that into consideration. There is increasing attraction and demand with people to connect and unite. How else it is possible to evaluate the work? It is only in this way: according to the amount of people and according to the quality of the changes in them.
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From Kab TV’s “Through Time” 9/17/13