When You change, The World Changes

Jack Ma, Executive Chairman of Alibaba at Davos 2018. World Economic Forum

Posted by Being Guru on Friday, February 2, 2018



It's Easy to Launch a War, But It's So Difficult to Stop a War

It's Easy to Launch a War, But It's So Difficult to Stop a War

Posted by Being Guru on Friday, January 12, 2018








We all know responsible and ethical people working in corporations, but the Capitalist Corporation Structure by design is hardwired to maximize profits for absentee shareholders and reduce the cost of employees, taxes, and environmental rules that shrink profits.  Thus, the Capitalist Corporation Structure is not a broken structure that needs to be fix or changed it is structure designed to make profits and performs to that purpose.  

SIBCO is designed as a structure called a corporation to be identified by the Capitalist Corporation Structure as an entity of business hardwired to convert those costs into assets. SIBCO is a corporation of united corporations made up of any and eventually all for-profit and not-for-profit social/environmental organizations for philanthropist investors with a single bottom line to produce people of prosperity from people of despair.

Social Impact Bond Corporation (SIBCO) is the engine of a business structure to cycle philanthropy funds through a social economical environmental industry of teamed social/environmental projects and programs economically as an alternative to charity and welfare. SIBCO generates profits through the conversion from people of despair to people of prosperity duplicating through teaming for sustainable and scalable growth. SIBCO is registered as a Non-Profit Corporation Business Strategy Structure anchoring an institutionally designed business strategy based on the fundamental thinking of seek multiplying one's value through teaming in an Economical/Environmental Social Governance (EESG) structure. Our purpose is to Up-cycle the residual people, materials, and goods of our current structure to produce prosperous people as intrapreneur micro-businesses rebuilding with these materials and goods in an Infrastructure Development Industry (IDI). 

INVESTING IMPACT'S investments in SIBCO’s business structured economical systems incorporates the skills, knowledge and fundamental thinking of seek multiplying one's value through teaming that successful Business and Community Leaders, Professional Athletes along with Legendary and Professional Artists/Musicians, Military Strategist are accustomed to at the highest level. Our EESG structured Sports, Learning and Intrapreneurship Centers, institutionalize their high level of experience in thinking to improvise, adapt, and overcome through competition and training the collaboration of each others strengths and weakness to bond together as parts of a wholeWe accomplish this with their determination of giving back and multiplying their value through teaming while teaching this unique groups experience of bonding as economical teams as they do on the field, court, ice, stage and boardroom.

Economically - The excitement of a new market has been quietly developing as wealth changes hands from the old guard to the new millennials called Impact Investing. According to JP Morgan and The Rockefeller Foundation, this market that is estimated to grow (if it can go mainstream) up to $400 billion to $1 Trillion by 2020, which is currently estimated at $114 billion. After 8 years since inception to reach these numbers Impact Investing Market needs to have its’ own economic structure to get on track and achieve these estimates. Investing Impacts' SIBCO structure  creates an Upcycle Industry in an economically governed structure designed to meet the criteria needed specifically for Impact Investing to meet these estimates.

Government - A bill in the House of Representatives (H.R.576 Social Impact Partnership to Pay for Results Act) and in the Senate (S.963 Social Impact Partnership Pay for Results Act) directly relates to SIBCO producing results as the structures sole purpose and align a partnership with Government. The SIBCO Amendment to this legislation will give SIBCO the unique advantage of certifying as a 501(c)1, an instrumentality which structures off-shore funds to be re-invested back into our economy and to also implement a major internal Healthcare Plan with the Wellness Program. SIBCO's Economical Governance Structure supports America's Political Government Structure by providing the business model to inspire off-shore funds back into our country to economically rebuild our tax base.

Implementation – Investing Impact investments into the SIBCO’s business structured systems is designed to provide an alternative for philanthropic funds to be invested in social environmental economic opportunities that create profits to be recycled in SIBCO’s structure for continuous growth. Thus, replacing charity and welfare, these opportunities through intrapreneurship generate people wealth for the philanthropist by investing in people skills and innovation (Investing Impact). Using the corporate structure, SIBCO facilities unite existing social environmental programs and projects to provide the personnel needed, while SIBCO profits are provided to these programs and projects funding. This system then becomes sustainably and scalably controlled though an industry created by SIBCO that runs our Present System, Business to Consumer (B2C) in reverse. (*The details of the formula in the structural design, strategy, tactics, operation, and financial layout must be done by presentation) with data.

Upcycle Industry – Consumer to Business (C2B);

(Consumer) - Producer of upcyclable materials; 
(Service) - Upcycle materials, collection, separation, transportation;
(Production) - Innovative and marketable material back into our economy and infrastructure;
(Service) - Delivery and installation of those materials into our economy and infrastructure;
(New Consumers) - The newly developed consumer market transformed from the infrastructure development of the blight and poverty by the SIBCO upcycled intrapreneur micro-business participants.
(Business) – Re-investment into the duplication/multi-franchising upcycled people in intrapreneurship micro-businesses created to perform all the services and production.


Entrepreneur must build the business and build the structure then maintain the business and maintain the structure.

Intrapreneur must build the business and maintain the business. The structure is built and maintained by SIBCO.

*Instrumentality is an organization that serves a public purpose and is closely tied to federal and/or state government, but is not a government agency. Many instrumentalities are private companies, and some are chartered directly by state or federal government.


Simply changing our economic fundamental thinking to seeking of value through teaming we develop the other half of the current structure by completing the 2nd half for a Circular Structure. We create an ecosystem with the Capitalist Structure by changing costs of the Capitalist Structure into assets which evolves into a 5 dimensional Spherical Structure. Building cycling structures that recycle the cost from the Capitalist Structure based on this fundamental thinking, Philanthropist and Impact Investors can invest their success into the value of others by training, developing their skills/talents/gifts and partnering through intrapreneurship developed with structural opportunities.  This will now allow the Philanthropists and Impact Investors to align their success with their impact and their impact with their success working independently but in collaboration within the structure.  Teamed in a business corporation structure EESG as a intrapreneurist system of small businesses mentored by big business in a social environmental business structure called Social Impact Bond Corporation. With the amendment of one bill, the synergy of un-taxed dollars cycle through this structure creating a quad bottom line of, growing tax base for Government, growing consumer base for Corporations, growing prosperity for Communities, and growing net worth for the Investors.  The bottom lines are accomplished by results that can be counted and measured by TROI with proof of concept from our excel spreadsheet of teamed working programs showing the conversion from people of despair to people of prosperity.

SIBCO structure evolves into a 5 dimensional spherical structure: 1) Front-Back; 2) Left-Right; 3) Up-Down; 4) In-Out; 5) Time!





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Prince George County Sports and Learning Complex Represents Model of SIBCO Centers

(*The details of the structural design and strategic, tactical, operational plan, financial layout must be done by presentation) with data.

SIBCO institutionalizes the fundamental thinking process of learning how to improvise, adapt, overcome, as a team, through sports, music, survival training, in competition to collaborate with each others strengths and weaknesses as parts of a whole in Sports, Learning, Career, and Intrapreneurship Centers. These Community Anchor Institution Centers focus on human skills/gifts/talents that are the center of the circular structured system to cultivate for Investing Impact. Bringing together Professional Athletes, Legendary and Professional Musicians, Present and Veteran Military Personnel, and People who multiply their value at the highest level as parts of a whole while pursued by success. Investing Impact is the investment in these skills/gifts/talents and the multiplying of that investment through duplication of each of these gifts. Finding the value in others then training, mentoring and connecting their skills/gifts/talents in opportunities created by SIBCO's upcycling industry. Investing  Impact is the only investing that produces (TROI) Total Return On Investment, which is exclusively produced by Human Skills/Gifts/Talent in Intrapreneurship. TROI is measured in combination of (production, consumption, service, duplication, and re-investment) of each human individual participant's skills/gifts/talents in the opportunities of the upcycling industry. Investing Impact is then scaled in perpetuity by creating a grid of mentoring then duplication in successful and winning teams in SIBCO, supplied through the 80% impoverished people of the world.

The bases our of our fundamental thinking is the difference between Riches and Wealth.

Riches is the amount of possessions and monetary value of what a person has. Example: A Rich person has $1 million dollars.

Wealth is the amount of people a person has an investment in. Example: A Wealthy person has 1% of a million people.

These investments are called Investing Impact. Development and Structure of these investments is the true Wealth Management.

Using the principles of Dr. Roberta Golinkoff's 6c's, we anchor our centers in the inner cities and blighted communities expanding into the surrounding connecting suburbs of those cities to compliment the educational system with this fundamental thinking and development. Through these principles we train and develop human skills that cannot be duplicated through technology or automation.

  1. Collaboration: the ability to work with others, to have social-emotional control, and to form communities.
  2. Communication: the ability to develop strong language skills, excellent listening skills, and strong reading and writing outcomes.
  3. Content: competencies in subject areas but also in learning to learn
  4. Critical Thinking: the ability to sift through information intelligently and to weigh evidence.
  5. Creative Innovation: the ability to use information in new ways to solve obvious and undefined problems.
  6. Confidence: the ability to learn from failure, to persist in a problem, and to have grit. No problem is greater than our purpose!

Professional Athletes, Legendary and Professional Musicians, Present and Veteran Military Personnel, and People driven to success, each has developed, at the highest level, these skills that are interrealated and build on one another, continually improving across a person's lifespan. Each is malleable, and each measurable. Further, each is as adaptable to the classroom as it is to the boardroom and intrapreneurs collaborating as micro-businesses in a system. Collectively, they offer a dynamic and systemic way of achieving a new vision of successful education.

Economically, instead of grants, investing impact invests in these skills through the person as intrapreneurs in a structure of individual skills/gifts/talents as micro-businesses in a social-environmental synchronized up-cycle industry.


C2B – SIBCO’s structured system is designed to provide an alternative for philanthropic funds to be invested in opportunities that create profits to be recycled in SIBCO’s system for continuous growth. Thus, replacing charity and welfare, these opportunities through intrapreneurship generate people wealth for the philanthropist by investing in people skills and innovation. Using the corporate structure, SIBCO's institutionalized facilities unite existing social programs to provide the personnel needed, while SIBCO profits are provided to these programs funding. This system then becomes sustainable though an industry created by SIBCO that runs our Present System, Business to Consumer (B2C) in reverse.

SIBCO System Consumer to Business (C2B);

(Consumer) - Producer of upcyclable materials.

(Service) - Upcycle materials, collection, separation, transportation.

(Production) - Innovative and marketable material back into our economy and infrastructure.

(Service) - Delivery and installation of those materials into our economy and infrastructure.

(New Consumers) - The newly developed consumer market transformed from the infrastructure development of the blight and poverty by the SIBCO upcycled intrapreneur micro-business participants.

(Business) – Micro-Businesses created from the Direct, Indirect, and Induced Impact.

(Intrapreneurship) - Each individuals gifts/talents multiply's The Team's value, while The Team's collective gifts/talents multiply's the individuals value creating a Bond.



Recycling Benefits to the Economy

There are many recycling benefits to the economy. As you will learn in a while, it definitely makes perfect business or economic sense to recycle products that can be recycled.

Recycling saves money

There are many economic benefits of recycling, one of which includes saving money.

It is cheaper to make products using recycled materials.

 For example, using fresh aluminum costs twice as much as using recycled aluminum. This is because a lot more energy (ie. 90% more) is needed to extract aluminum from its raw forms (see more about recycling statistics). Subsequently, products that are made from recycled materials can also be purchased at a cheaper price. Isn’t this one marvelous recycling benefits!

Recycling benefits the economy by also reducing expenditure in other ways.

As more items are reduced, the amount of waste that needs to go to the landfill or incinerator is also reduced. Through recycling, communities can save on their waste disposal costs (eg. landfill costs), which can be very expensive. In addition, through the sale of the recycled materials, communities can also offset the cost of their waste disposal, thereby further reducing their expenditure.

Subsequently, acres and acres of landfill space can be saved, and be diverted for other uses. In countries where land is scarce, saving on landfill space could mean savings by the million, and in fact earnings, if the land can be used for other revenue-generating functions.

With recycling, everything can be used to its maximum potential. Nothing is wasted. Such cost-effective practices not only saves money, but the environment and our resources too.

Evidently, recycling benefits the economy and beyond!

Recycling creates jobs and generates revenue

*(Presently Recycling Industry @ 2%)*

In addition to the above recycling benefits, recycling brings other benefits to the economy.

Recycling creates new businesses such as for transporting, processing and selling recovered materials as well as companies that manufacture and distribute products made with recycled materials.

And in turn, jobs are created. When you recycle, more jobs are created than when you merely discharge your waste. Dumping 10,000 tons of waste in a landfill creates six jobs while recycling 10,000 tons of waste creates 36 jobs.

Unlike jobs in waste disposal, jobs in the recycling industry add value to the materials, as such contribute to a growing labour force of skilled workers, such as material sorters, dispatchers, truck drivers, sales representatives, process engineers and even chemists. Many of these jobs pay above the average national wage and many are in urban areas where jobs are desperately needed.

In California, waste recycling and management rank higher on the economic and job creation scale comparable to the state’s entertainment industry. Through recycling, a mainstream industry comprising 5,300 business operations and employing more than 85,000 workers has been created in California. Overall, $4 billion in salaries, along with $10 billion worth of goods and services, is generated each year.

And in the United States, according to the U.S. Recycling Economic Information Study, there are more than 56,000 recycling and reuse establishments in US and they employ approximately 1.1 million people. This number of workers is comparable to the automobile and truck manufacturing industry in the region, and is significantly larger than the mining and waste management and disposal industries there. In addition, wages for workers in the recycling industry are notably higher than the national average for all industries. Overall, annual revenues of about $236 billions are generated.

Other than creating new businesses and jobs, recycling benefits the economy and generates revenue through material sales as well.

There is definitely a market for recyclable materials and the returns on investments in the recycling industry can be quite high. Communities can make money by selling some of their recyclable materials.

There are countries that do not have their own natural resources and forests, but import waste material, such as paper, as raw material for their manufacturing industries.

For example, countries like China, South Korea and Japan import recycled paper or waste paper, and are able to depend upon the low-cost, economically viable options of recycling to cope with the storage of natural resources in some regions.

And as the market for recyclable materials increases, the revenue generated within the industry increases as well. So recycling is not only good to the environment, but also to our pockets as well!

Since there are so many recycling benefits to be derived, why not recycle now?

Recycling as a promising industry

Indeed, the recycling business sector is growing and developing into an extremely promising industry.

As a sunrise industry, it certainly has a lot of potential for flourishing and generating jobs and revenues worth millions.

If every household, community, city, state, and nation thought along the same lines, and invested a little time and effort into sorting out waste at home, office and community, imagine how much recyclables would be available to the recycling industry! And it would mean that almost every single item used and thrown can be recycled!

 The recycling industry is now limited, mainly to paperglassplasticStyrofoamgrey water, aluminum and other metals.

But if more research can go into discovering creative and productive ways of recycling more products (and even alternative sources of energy), it would certainly save this planet more resources, and from pollution. As well as save our countries money, and help us earn money!

The recycling benefits to the economy cannot be doubted!

Political/Ethical Importance of Recycling

The importance of recycling extends beyond environmental and economic reasons to political and ethical reasons.

Political Reasons for Recycling

Recycling is patriotic.

Many countries have come to recognize that dependence on foreign resources such as oil is not beneficial for the country’s future. Therefore, many of these nations have started looking for ways to reduce fossil fuel consumption, such as by recycling instead of extracting materials from their raw states.

For example, the national recycling rate of 30 percent in US saves the equivalent of more than five billion gallons of gasoline, reducing dependence on foreign oil by 114 million barrels.

In addition, recycling also protects the country’s environment, reduces wastage of resources, saves money and can in fact boost the country’s economy.

So if you happen to be a policy maker, don’t overlook the importance of recycling to your country’s environment, and economic and political sovereignty.

By putting in place systems and processes in the country to encourage recycling, resource and energy conservation, you are actually playing an important role in securing the independence of your nation against reliance on other nations for resources.

Ethical Importance of Recycling

Recycling is the right thing to do.

Previous generations knew the importance of taking care of their processions and using the earth’s resources with care.

However, the increase in affluence and an abundance of material and consumer goods have changed the values system of many people across the globe. We take these resources for granted, using and discarding materials thoughtlessly. Very often, we forget that these resources are not only ours to use, but are meant to last for a long time for generations to come.

On the path of material and technological progress, we often forget that we are responsible for what we are creating and destroying in the process.

We build huge cars and high-speed jets, but failed to realize the amount of damage we are causing to the planet by burning huge amounts of fossil fuels and leaving huge carbon footprints. We develop supersonic gadgets and home appliances that will cook, clean, and wash in hours but we take electricity for granted.

Today, the planet has become more heavy populated, polluted and less green, when compared to what it was 20 to 25 years ago.

Who is responsible for this?

We, as a race, have to take responsibility.

No other living creature could have accomplished this in such a short span of time. The damage has been done, and we can no longer afford to look the other way anymore. Otherwise our children and all future generations will have to pay a huge price for what we are doing.

Each one of us is morally and ethically bound to restore some amount of balance that we’ve destroyed in the world we inhabit. If everyone takes this commitment seriously and make some conscious effort, we can help undo some of the damage we have created, even if not all.

Considering the present-day condition of our environment and depleting natural resources, the importance of recycling cannot be under-estimated.

For example, by using recycled products such as recycled paper, we are ensuring that less trees need to be cut down, and in turn reducing the impact of deforestation on global warming and pollution. By buying recycled plastic, we are ensuring that less new plastic needs to be produced, and more old plastic is diverted away from the disposal system. This is important because plastic is not bio-degradable and creates much toxin when burnt or buried.

By recycling more of our things, we are also reducing our waste, hence, reducing the pollution and cost involved in disposing our waste in the landfills and incinerators.

At homes, by investing some time and effort in educating our children and teens in the importance of recycling, we are building the foundations for a more considerate next generation. As our children learn about the importance of recycling, and acquire recycling and green habits at a young age, they are more likely to grow up practicing these habits.

So let’s take responsibility and act now, before it becomes too late.

For a better tomorrow for all our kids and our future generations, take up the moral and ethical responsibility of protecting our one and only planet. Start recycling now!