Thursday, September 7, 2017 CEO Answers FAQ Pt.6 CEO Answers FAQ Pt.

Question: How has mate3 groups been effective for better advocacy for the individual?
Answer: We are doing it by demanding value and importance for having the impacted individual’s claims, experiences and suggestions when defining problems, providing advocacy and selecting solutions.  We have raised the value of the individual input through demanding policies and mandates for collecting and handling individual claims.

Question: Which edition of the organizing blue-print started to really resonate with people?

Answer: That would be the fifth edition released in 2016. We developed a following that grew globally through strategic investments in mate3 group problem solving, organizing and solution selecting. Those investments created mate3 groups to share experiences, claims and suggestions around the world. Those groups and mutual agreements are also an integral part of how capacity for connect-ability is created for the experiences being claimed by first-parties. 

Question: When do people join a mate3 group?
Answer: Some people join a mate3 group prior to their having a particular experience to share and others join after having an experience.

Question: What happens to the answers I share in a mate3 group?
Answer: After your mate3 group receives 1, 2 or all 3 answers they are connected to the answers that others have already shared through the promoted method. As receives the answers we are simultaneously organizing individuals to initiate connectable agendas, advocacy, volunteerism and activism.

Question: What do members of a mate3 group do?
Answer: Individual members join a mate3 group to participate in a mutual agreement to exchange 3 answers. The answers are in their claims in which they share with other members of the mate3 group they join. The main goal of the mate3 group members is to collect individual first-party claims to define problems and select solutions. Each group member can also exchange their 3-answers with international.

Question: Do mate3 groups depend on their personal connections to do the work they do?  
Answer: No. We depend on our techniques for doing targeted-searches for individual inputs that can be connected for better advocacy for the average person. 

Question: How are mate3 groups growing to serve the global market?
Answer: We make our service scalable for providing direct-collection and organizing of the claimed experiences of members. We offer a data handling recipe for aggregating and continuously collecting individual input for defining problems, building advocacy and selecting solutions.

Question: Can you give a few examples of who joins a mate3 group?
Answer: Yes, in Detroit, Michigan a potential hockey player might join the Detroit amateur hockey players mate3 group, in Warm Springs, Georgia a post geriatric procedure patient might join the Georgia geriatric patients mate3 group, a California opioid user might join the California opiate users mate3 group, and an Islamic Philadelphia single father might join the Islamic Philadelphia single fathers mate3 group etc..

Question: What has been’s most creative project for 2017?
Answer: That would be the "Investing without Money” initiative that transforms individual labor, services, attendance, testing, and suggestion submissions in to trade-able shares of ownership in micro-enterprises. The shares have up and down value within the participating network of micro-enterprises and participants. The shares capture value through share-holders participating in trade & sell incentive offers and promotions. 

Question: Does mate3 groups depend on personal connections to do the work they do?
Answer: No. We depend on our techniques for doing a systematic search for individual inputs that can be connected for better advocacy for the average person. 

Question: What’s the difference between and mate3 groups?
Answer: is the blog where the introduction, history and biography of mate3 groups have been officially shared. Mate3 groups are independent clusters of individuals who have agreed to have a mutual agreement to share answers to the mate3 connectable questions.

Question: What have you learned from operating
Answer: When I’ve applied the mate3 method I’ve found numerous successes in my organizing of individuals. Part of the mate3 method includes the multi point input collection and organizing strategy which allows the most opportunities to educate yourself and the general public. My strategy identifies problems using the answers to 3 questions. To better apply my strategy I had to position to receive notification of claims from the people with the problem. By sharing answers with those in a mutual agreement to have exchange we help connect those with similar concerns to organize. We are currently delivering hundreds of notifications to regular people interested in new claims coming from average people on specific subjects. I’ve found that practical wisdom and insight are best served with behaviors that demystify the intent. So I work hard at developing transparent behaviors in the operation of and mate3 groups.

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