• The more people who pledge to use and contribute to a projected center,
    the more valuable the center becomes to each member.
  • Each center will be built only after it has enough members to guarantee that the designing, building and functionality is possible.
  • The incentive to pledge to fill a role in a center is free access to the center.
  • The center will be designed, built, owned and operated by those who pledge to fill a role.
  • The quickest way to fill the centers with capable, qualified talent is to work with large companies that resonate with the vision.
  • Leaders who catch the vision can help through press conferences and press releases stating their support for the Global Well-Being vision.

INSPIRE: The Center for Global Well-Being

7 departments to design in support of the corresponding element of well-being:

a contribution center,

a self care center,

a learning center,

an empowerment center,

a family center,

a habitat center and

a project center. 

They may sound similar to organizations that already exist but they are not, because these centers are run by the people, for the people at no charge to the people.  It is a system of contribution and a new social structure that develops a community of people who have well-being instead of money as the bottom line. The system relies on the individual to become “the owner/producer” instead of “the employee/consumer.”  Each person contributes something significant to this budding community.  


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  1. Having no guideline would be like it is now. For example, you buy this food that agrees with the first level, “Is it stabilizing” because of how cheap it is. But the food does not agree with the second level, “Is it healthy?” Because it has chemicals inside the food that may help lose weight, but damages the brain cells. This goes against the third question, “Is it intelligent?” It also has chemicals that damage your spirit, your emotions, or your “third eye” which goes against the fourth question, “Is it empowering?” This food could possibly separate the family because one wants to be healthy and the other doesn’t care, which goes against the fifth question, “Is it unifying?” The food also comes from big agriculture that destroys the environment which goes against the sixth question, “Is sustainable?” Now, you see on the news why the food was so cheap because it was manufactured through child labor in another country, which goes against the last question, “Is it humane?”
    Many things you come across everyday may sound like they’re a great choice, but you look deeper and realize that there is no guideline big companies follow other than making money.

  2. Today we are taught only how to survive in the world. Our physical health is neglected until it becomes a problem, our mental capacities are focused on a single job, our spiritual health is never mentioned, families are breaking, communities lack unity, and humanity is always at odds. The guideline we are taught focuses on one or two aspects of life, but almost never the full picture. Today’s world is what it looks like when we don’t have a guideline focused on all seven levels of well-being.

  3. If we didn’t have a guideline for our choices, we would be confused which choice is the right descision to make. It could then lead to chaos.

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