Family, Home & Efficient Allocation of Assets: Equipping People with Tools for Scaling Up Planet Repair (Part 2)
Planet Repairing Home by Connecting Our People, Assets, Tools & Blended Finance.
Author: Jake F. Kelley — — Editor: Allison Hawkins
It hurts when our family hurts. It feels right when family stands together. We belong side by side, for each other.
Humanity is a beautiful force of organisms if we work together and not against one another. Let us show our empathy to support and protect those who are harmful, berserk and belligerently violent because of power, ego, division, lies and a lack of holistic teamwork. Good people who behave with respect are our greatest assets.
Value life’s and the world’s roles and activities most consequential in building better futures for everyone. We should invest in the growth, skills, and tools that improve our ability to positively evolve both individually and as communities. We must also proactively and reactively help humans who suffer from humanitarian crises and conflicts caused by others which inhibit our ability to achieve planet repair. These insensitive steps make it harder for humanity to make good, efficient use of resources, energy and human attention because it diverts us away from the mission of responsibly repairing our planet as soon as possible. This behavior is not acceptable within the family that calls earth home. As a family, we must not fight against each other. Yet, we need to strengthen our bond with Mother Nature. Let’s change our energy sources and find ways to scale up our transitions to become human systems that are circular and regenerative.
What are humans without their tools? We can utilize the tools to optimize how we succeed in achieving our missions and strategies. Like any human, we collectively need a large variety of tools and people to utilize them to build up the teams, solutions, mechanisms and structures for planet repair that enable more humans and organizations. Donations will empower us and our places to get equipped with the proper planet repair tools and support services that the world’s global systems can provide.
Every team member representing our values is a tremendous asset to planet repair and HPRT. We know how important it is to nurture and grow your assets to ensure the right environment exists for sustained growth. HPRT believes responsible planet repair people deserve to get paid adequately for their hard work and dedication to repairing our planet. Let’s help those who will enable and participate in the great re-allocation of resources for HPRT to foster new ages of regenerative and circular abundance. We work at the opposite side of the spectrum than scarcity. Allow us to collect all assets that can amplify and support planet repair and provide aesthetic and accelerated growth for Mother Nature.
We deeply understand that current ways in which our economies value planet repairing folk and activities require profound systemic changes — let’s all be a part of that so we can have a little bit of Hakuna Matata (don’t worry, be happy). To create the fundamental social, economic and environmental evolutions that we need for humanity, our systems and societies, join Hot Planet Repair Team. Start contributing in ways that align with your values. Join others who help intrinsically motivate you to achieve your ambitions and goals while helping others and our planet.
HPRT members are ready to start building up the planet repair solutions that we need.
Our team must take full advantage of each individual’s diverse backgrounds, talents, experiences and skills. Planet repair problems require global thinkers, designers, recruiters and doers. Everyone has their own value to bring, so please start recruiting everyone you know for Hot Planet Repair Team. According to our strategies and tactics, we need some people sooner rather than later and people of all sorts of backgrounds — be they skills, passions, experience or goals. We have been working hard to network with many people, but we need your support to find more money to be capable of formally inviting them onto the team with paid contracts.
We need to get the cleanup started now by getting untrashed from this 200 year party we have had.
To do that, we need HPRT and assets like donations to scale up global planet repair teams and organizational capacity. Assets provide us with resources to pay for the tools required to structure and provide planet repair operations, standardization, scaling-up and long-term community support. However, it’s not just the tools, it’s how we — humans — use them. Initial phases of funding go to help founding members get paid for their hard work to build, design and responsibly accelerate HPRT. These people are constantly working to make all these connections and structures in place so that the right people can connect and clean up the planet. The money we get (and need) also pays for software services such as fundraising platforms and administrative systems to empower HPRT’s operations and services.
We must pay the brilliant, futurist and passionate expert leadership that can manage planet repair teams and their sustained growth. These teams will design, produce and proliferate our tools that utilize the abundance of tech, science, and creative human potential. With enough donations, we can get very talented, brilliant, creative and empathetic people with a planetary passion for repairing, fostering positive impact and having fun with others dedicated to saving the planet. HPRT wants to ensure that the leaders who will pave the way for success, evolve our culture and integrate our values will be with us long into the future. So help us planet repair janitors recruit fellow committed, responsible, ethical, inclusive and accountable team members and leaders.
We invite you to reach out to us at HPRT to explore how we provide the assets needed to achieve our vision and mission. To help accomplish the mission, please donate, join us and learn more via our website.
A related quote Albert Einstein in a letter he wrote in 1950 “A human being is a part of the whole called by us universe, a part limited in time and space. [She or he] experiences [theirself. their] thoughts and feeling as something separated from the rest, a kind of optical delusion of [their] consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.”