BRIBIE SIMPLY HEALTHY – Can we stop money – dictating lives?

By Heenam Kim

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Tags: Health and wellbeing. Money affects health. Lifestyle

Most of us worry about money every day; most of our stress is around money. We often feel hopeless and beaten by the economic structure. It doesn’t matter how hard we work, we don’t seem to go anywhere. The little money we earn busy paying the bills, paying rent or mortgages and credit card debts. For our struggle banks are making a lot of money with our hard earned money. I dare to call this is a modern slavery. We are so conditioned about MONEY, we can’t imagine living without it. What if there is no money? I found a very interesting movement called ‘UBUNTU’ it began in South Africa.

At the Nelson Mandela’s memorial service Obama talked about UBUNTU, which he believes captures Mandela’s idea. ‘Oneness of humanity, we achieve ourselves by sharing ourselves by sharing ourselves with others and caring for those around us’. About two hundred years ago America’s third president Thomas Jefferson once said “Banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around [the banks] will deprive the people of all property.

The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs to.” UBUNTU Communities where everyone contributes their natural talents or skills for the benefits of the community. It began from a small town of around 5000 people who wanted to participate in their own salvation, their own rescue mission by contributing three hours a week.

Use the special skills and talents of the people. Then develop the sound business plan to start a variety of community projects to match the skills and individual potential. These businesses will belong to participants. Analyse how much it needs to consume among the community then produce at least three times as much. Everything people produce is distributed to everyone who participates and the other 2/3 are sold on open markets. This income will go to the investors and will be used to run and expand the organisation. There is also a great community multi-level marketing company called ATOMY recently opened in Australia.

This company also thrives with a mass economic system, offering prestige products to its members at the lowest price possible. Allowing the masses to enjoy quality products and improve their life by sharing an income from product sales through a generous commission scheme for the members. The company growth is beyond our imagination. This company started very small in Korea in 2009 and less than 10 years the company expanded to the USA, Japan, Canada, Taiwan, Singapore, Cambodia, Philippine, Malaysia Mexico, Vietnam, Thailand, Australia, Brazil, Russia, India, and Colombia.

The most famous and popular product Atomy is Hemohim, which designed to improve cancer patients among their ever-popular skincare products. The skincare sets were sold out within a month after opening the company in Australia. Please come and experience a free facial treatment from the shop that you will fall in love with. By using and sharing experiences these wonderful products, we can eventually be free of the financial burden. I am currently interested in forming a community organic garden as a part of UBUNTU movement; if anyone can help and would like to participate please let us know.

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A highly successful sales and leadership career working in a number of different and very competitive industries. Engaging with decision makers at all levels in business and government. Three decades employed by corporations, SME businesses in senior roles and almost twelve years operating as a freelance contractor has equipped me well for all aspects of business. Whether leading and mentoring sales teams, or in a direct sales role I enjoy the challenge to meet and exceed expectations. Making a real and tangible difference in either a team environment or as an individual is an important personal goal I have consistently achieved throughout my career. In all of my business and personal dealings over the years there is one issue that stands out above all others - communication. Excellent communication skills creates trust, helps with mutually beneficial outcomes and above all cements long lasting positive relationships. I strive everyday to communicate effectively with the people I encounter.