tribute to the “crazy women” of my life that have showed me the truth about “relationships” and still “let me” live…
they will say you need to learn to code… but the only thing that matters is the ability to contorl life… thru force.. meaning that to every living thing on earth “might is right” i will let you figure that out…
i hate all and any form of slavery… if you believe in slavery.. in any form whatsoever… i pray for those who you have persecuted… because GOD is going to deal with you personally…
thank you for reading this i wrote it for you…
I invite them to study the background of the 14th Amendment, and both the background and literal text of its enabling legislation 42 USC 1981.
Within that is a shocking statement: “All persons (legal entities, not people) within the jurisdiction of the United States shall have the same right in every State and Territory to make and enforce contracts, to sue, be parties, give evidence, and to the full and equal benefit of all laws and proceedings for the security of persons and property as is enjoyed by white citizens (there were no US citizens prior to this, but now they were created, again as “legal entities”), and shall be subject to like PUNISHMENT, PAINS, PENALTIES, TAXES, LICENSES, and EXACTIONS (Black’s Law defines this as extortions under color of law) of EVERY KIND, and to no other.”
Other examples might include a health insurance network which includes top medical professionals under the insurance plan; a legal association with the best legal minds in a market in one place; or even a top university or research institution known to have the brightest minds.
Something interesting about the Switchboard Profit model is that most of these businesses seem to revolve around human resources, rather than non-human resources (commodities which are common or rare alike).
They must also hold a critical mass in the supply chain of the market, thus giving them dominance over the market.
is that what a nation is…? is that not what a “corporate nation” is?
is this the blockchain of a monitary pyramid schemes…???????
money has been “digital” since 1979? does that mean in 1979 we all turned digital? cause we all believe in money in a corporate nation?
are they trying to make “complete sociopaths… to inherit the next pyramid scheme…?lock up there wold lives… only to be… brutal in “escaping” the nightmare…? are all “those people” just set up as “tools of the trade”? even if they “win”?
is the single communication port… the world wide web and advertising marketing married together…? have we all been to a wedding in our lifetime…?
we build walls in plain site… like carbon dioxide builds a tower to the heavens…?
co2 carbon dioxide new york model
obey your master…. or the “money”? forever…
everyone presses the button forever…. and ever… ?
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist or a constitutional historian to figure out that this is not what is happening in our country today. Government in these times is NOT subject to the consent of the governed. Rather, the governed are subject to the whim and greed of the corporation, which has stretched its tentacles beyond the ten-mile-square parcel of land known as the District of Columbia — encroaching into every state of the Republic. Mind you, the corporation has NO jurisdiction outside of the District of Columbia. THEY just want you to think it does.
Questions to ask whilst thinking about these profit models:
Which of these models are at work in my company?
How does profit happen in competitors businesses?
What can I do in the next 90 days to intensify my organizations focus on profitability?
What profit model would enable us to maximize profits this year?
23 Profit Models
1 – Customer Solution Profit
How could a company of 36 people generate $24M in revenue, compared to 400 people generating $40M in revenue?
They identified the customer they needed, sent 2 people to work there for 2-3 months, and learned everything about the customers business. Then they sold their product to the customer, fully integrating it into their business.
This principle is basically universally applicable.
2 – Pyramid Profit
Multi-tier product strategy that encompassed a core product, a standardized (but high quality and efficiently produced) product as a low-end “competitive firewall” to block new entrants from the market, through to a “rolls-royce” product.
Each should appeal to a specific niche and requires a specific understanding of all customer, both current and potential.
Examples include Nokia phones, AMEX’s credit cards and GM cars.
An example of poor execution would be petroleum and the flat pyramid relationships caused by a focus on price competition, as opposed to functionality.
3 – Multi-Component Model
This model applies where a single product is applied at a different price to different channels.
The best example is Coke Cola. You buy the same product at different prices (according to price sensitivity at each) at a vending machine, a supermarket or a restaurant.
Customers usually are consistent to all channels rather than just one. The situation (ie where they are and what they are doing) is what specifies the channel.
4 – Switchboard Profit
The bringing together of sellers, with buyers to create a monopoly on high-value sales.
5 – Time Profit
Upfront innovation yielding large profits that are eroded over time by competitors entering the market created.
The key to building large profits is to master the art of innovation so efficiently, that you maximize the profits upfront.
6 – Blockbuster Profit
Applicable to managing a product pipeline.
Differentiation of high-profit R&D vs anti-profit RD i.e. a market where customers won’t pay for what you develop.
7 – Profit Multiplier Model
The use of a multiplier effect to more than merely double profits.
A good example is Honda’s manufacturing car engines, outboard motors, industrial engines and more. Basically using a base skill of motor engineering to create products across different markets.
Forms of realization include skills, assets and Intellectual Property.
Different products that realize a Blockbuster Business Operating Model to increase the odds of success.
8 – Entrepreneurial Profit
Fundamental tenants: copy your competitors, celebrate star performers, save money, experiment, cut loses quickly, focus on wins and have fun.
9 – Specialist Profit
Really learning vs just learning a topic.
EDS did not learn everything at once. It chose a segment and learned it exquisitely well. They learned all the processes of an industry so well, not just in general, but specifically for each player.
This can lead to a reputation for experience, leading to higher utilization of resources, and high sales volumes and margins per sale.
Additionally, this model can attract better talent to a business, shorter sales cycles, higher quality outputs and a better ability to up-sell to customers.
Most of the cost is in developing the solution.
10 – Install Base Profit
Demand volatility: high vs low
Price sensitivity: high vs low
Per unit cost: high vs low
Consumer control: high vs low
Sellers can screw this up buy having too high a price on consumables, or marking it too hard for the customer to buy.
11 – De Facto Standard
Surprises cost money, therefore De Facto Standard allows for plan-ability for customers.
IBM Mainframes, Microsoft Windows, Oracle DB…
12 – Brand Profit
A cumulative effect of ad spending.
We spend what we can afford rather than spending to drive market share.
This shouldn’t preclude finding more leveraged methods i.e. differentiation, better channels or Share Determining Segments (SDS).
SDS is where high share today translates to high share of the whole market tomorrow. An example is architects.
13 – Specialty Product Profit
Specialist products earn higher gross margins.
This shift for specialist to commodity is something every business needs to do at some point.
14 – Local Leadership Profit
Generates higher buying power, better traffic, lower recruiting costs, high impact – low cost marketing whilst allowing for premium pricing.
The effect is regional business fueling growth to neighboring regions.
This approach requires a consistent and persistent approach.
15 – Transaction Scale Profit
Big transactions mean bigger profits.
Big transactions = relationships.
16 – Value Chain Profit
Some locations in the value chain are more important than others (e.g. Microsoft and Intel)
The key is identifying the control point and owing it.
Points change and emerge across industries.
17 – Cycle Profit
This focuses on volume and not the relationship between cycles and profit.
The goal is to reduce the costs of production so you are ahead of the industry in break even and profits.
18 – After Sale Profit
Price sensitivity is highest when ticket price is high, variability is high and there are lots of options. The converse is also true.
This can create an environment for follow up opportunities.
Different to install base – in this case, the manufacturer doesn’t benefit from the “follow up” market.
It takes a different sort of organization to focus on sales after the big ticket sale.
19 – New Product Profit
Not to be confused with Time or Specialty Product profit models.
Over invest on the upside and cut back investment on the downside.
Measure everything that will give you an indication that you are approaching the peak i.e. growth rates, price changes, etc.
20 – Relative Market Share Profit
Characterised by Jack Welch
It works via scale in manufacturing combined with the lowest purchasing prices.
This results in the lowest cost per unit, with the lowest R&D cost per unit.
In addition, this brings other benefits in that RMS becomes a magnet for talent and also combines multipliers such as Value Chain Profit and De Facto Standard profit models.
21 – Experience Curve Profit
Was 60% of a 1960’s Business School curriculum – now about 1%.
Similar to RMS but focuses purely on taking costs out of the system.
Experience curve is also about learning rates i.e. knowing when to cut costs, what to focus on.
The danger here is completely managing details and losing vision for where the product life-cycle is going i.e. new paradigm (cans to bottles) or a new system (DELL, Southwest).
22 – Low-Cost Business Design Profit
Focusing on inflicting value chaos to experience curve or RMS models by undercutting on price (by taking 20-30% of the costs out of the system) or the next system (i.e. cans to pet bottles).
23 – Digital Profit
Shifting from conventional to digital can have a huge impact on profitability
A great example is DELL. Others include: CEMEX, Oracle. All delivering more than 10x more profitable models.
Delivers higher customer control to select (Choice Boards)
But it can’t redeem a crummy business model !!!
It’s always been hidden right in plain view. The conclusion of the Civil War resulted in the creation of a monolithic state called “The United States” where before it was a confederation of the several states. The several states were effectively converted into federal districts and, as noted above, all “People” within were conditioned as US Citizens (legal subjects). It’s really that simple.
1. You can’t live without the other person.
I know, this is supposed to be romantic, but it’s not, it’s attachment which is different from connection. It’s not sexy and it’s not fulfilling. Recognize your wholeness and completeness so that you can truly enjoy the other person in your life rather than being half of a person who is incomplete without someone else; you are the cake — everything else is the icing.
2. The other person must behave in a certain way.
In order for you to feel loved or for you to love them, the other person must be who we need them to be. This is conditional love (as opposed to unconditional love), which doesn’t allow the other person to be who they really are: in other words, your happiness is dependent on them being how you want them to be.
3. You blame others for how you feel.
We are actually responsible for how we feel and it’s not someone else’s responsibility to make us happy. We make ourselves happy first so that others can make us happy.
4. You play caregiver.
A healthy relationship is between two adults, not two children or one child and one parent. When we are mothering or taking care of someone who is not taking care of themselves, it’s disempowering for both people. When we spiritually grow up, we learn how to take care of ourselves so someone else doesn’t have to do it for us and we can live in our highest truth, not as a child or a victim or helpless. We are all capable.
5. You’re controlling outcomes and situations.
When we are controlling the other person or how things are unfolding, we are living in fear not in love. Surrender the relationship, surrender the other person’s process and what their choices are and trust that everything will unfold perfectly if you allow it to do so.
6. You give from a place of lack.
We might be putting ourselves last and focusing on the other person more than we do ourselves and we lose ourselves in the relationship. This pattern comes from a lack of self-love and when we try to give from an empty well, anger and resentment can build because we are not filling ourselves up first and giving from a place of abundance.
7. You think your happiness is predicated on the other person.
It’s not. Our happiness is within and when we stop searching for it in our partner, and instead connect with ourselves in a daily practice, we connect to our true source within and that happiness can overflow to the other person, rather than making them our only source.
8. You don’t feel free.
Love is freedom. Rules and constrictions are fear. We must do what we want to do, not what other people want us to do.
9. You’re waiting to be saved.
No, this isn’t a conscious choice and yes, it’s rampant in our collective psyche. Save yourself. Be your own knight in shining armor, the heroine of your own story and then he can be exactly who he needs to be, without having to rescue you.
10. You think you need to get the love you want.
Giving love is more important than getting love. You have an unlimited source within you. It will come back to you tenfold.
do codependant relatiosn keep us infantile?
in the next issue…
computers, advertising/marketing and money in politics
special guest(s) that talk about… cyberwarfare, city planning and world money thru investments…
thank you have a great day…
Jesus Culture – Fierce