Highlights Benchmarks and Benefits of Success

New concepts are indicated by an underline. An explanation of the concept is listed in the Terminology Section, following the Highlights Benchmarks and Benefits of Success, or are expanded upon throughout the proposal.

The following is a summary outline of the concepts (C), processes (P), proposed laws (L), and Goals (G), incorporated within Plan 360:


Merger of Major System Concepts
Goal: To ensure the Perfection of our Social and Economic Systems

The best aspects of Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy can be merged to ensure the rights of the individual and the cumulative rights of society, so the best elements of all systems are used to solve our social and economic challenges.

Dual Monetary System
Goal: To ensure Economic Stability, needs are met, and every person is adequately compensated for their energy investment to prevent slavery and monetary inequity.

  • The Willit Monetary System
    Money (which we term Willits)  is created with use of global compensation standards and issued by the Global Compensation and Transaction Administration (GCTA).
    View the Interactive Calculator at: willit.ProjectIndivisible.org
    • Payment of all wages/compensation and confirmation of Earned Equity which allows one to access Standard Needs is issued by the Global Compensation and Transaction Administration (GCTA).
    • All wages issued are audited and viewable by all members of society so the people of every nation may ensure the financial stability of their nation and the stability of other participating nations, and to discourage corruption.
    • Willit compensation (money) issued to an individual for production and service provision is termed: Base Energy Expense/Rate (BEE or BEER).
      Cumulative BEE is used to determine production cost of a product or service and is termed the True Cost and takes into account all compensation issued for the production of a product and/or the provision of a service, to ensure price stability, and establishes the financial stability and production health of a nation.
    • Money creation (Willits) is standardized, centralized, stable, and ensures equality of value between all nations. Willits are literally backed by the energy expensed by individual People.
    • Full disclosure of compensation, and the fact that Willits can only be exchanged for goods and services guards against political corruption and bribery, and is a deterrent to illicit commerce.

Process Highlights:

  • Willits are created when an individual works in either a Standard Needs Earned Equity position, or a Capital Market position.
  • Willits are created based on eight standard factors:
    • Age
    • Life expectancy
    • Hours worked
    • Work hardship levels
    • Skill level or task
    • Position hierarchy
    • Shift differential
    • Bonus structure
  • Willits are used exclusively for the procurement of goods and services, and compensation to individuals for services rendered.
  • To prevent the dead from affecting material existence and limiting the potential of new generations through taxation and debt, Willits cease to exist upon the death of the individual and their spouse (or the adulthood of minor child/ren), as well as any debt payments owed to the deceased.

The Willit Monetary System ensures money and work have true value, and is preventive of unearned compensation and entitlements, and wealth concentration.

Every individual will have the choice of participating in the Standard Needs Earned Equity System or payment of the True Cost for all goods, services, and social benefits.  Every individual may also participate in the Capital System to earn Willits for the goods they desire.

Price Stability

  • Price Stability is derived for Goods and Services based on the Global Compensation Standard for the creation of Willits (real money).
    Disclaimer: Each Nation's production efficiency rate may differ. Thus the price of their products may vary from other nations. However, the value of each nation’s Willits (money) will be equivalent based on compensation standards.
  • Standard Needs Earned Equity System -- in Lieu of Taxation 
    Goal: To ensure the basic needs of all people are met and that the will of the people is known and able to affect policy, economic, and social outcomes.
    We estimate 100 percent employment will be achieved, and individuals will work no more than 16 hours per week to ensure their basic necessities are provided. This is based on shortening our current 40-hour work week, and the assumption that nearly 60 percent of each nation’s population pool has able-bodied persons who will require employment due to the elimination of unneeded jobs after the System Core is implemented. We also assume that young adults 16 years of age and older will need to gain work experience. Thus, the higher the population, the fewer hours one is required to work.
    • (G/L) The Standard Needs Earned Equity System is assurance of Basic Necessities(food, housing, education, utilities, medicine, technology...) as part of the Standard Needs Earned Equity System Agreement approved by the people
    • (C) Insurance and health benefits are provided through the Standard Needs Earned Equity System
    • The refusal to Earn Equity for the procurement of Standard Needs, or abuse of the Standard Needs system, is an offence for which a community may request the removal of a citizen – information regarding offenses that result in exile and mandatory removal are outlined in the I-EFFECT section.
      Example: A citizen has five children, and the parent/s refuse to work the required equity hours for the care of their household.


Four -Tier Economic Exchange System 

The System Core will make use of four markets for the exchange of goods and service. The complete plan is provided in the full proposal.

  1. The Standard Needs Market System (Payment Type: Earned Equity)
  2. Administrative and Governance Procurement System
    (Payment Type: Legislative Enactments approved by the people, based on Standard Needs Earned Equity – Example: National Defense Enactments are fully funded as protection against roué nations is a Standard Need)
  3. I-WAUT Capitalist Consumer Market System - (Payment Type: Willits)
    I-WAUT is the acronym for “I Will Accept Universal Tender”.
  4. Black Market System (Payment Type: Willits)
    Goal: To ensure those who participate in or exploit what was previously referred to as the Black Market (goods or services deemed destructive to the individual) have a system of ethics and a means of recourse to dispute without engagement in violent actions. Black Market concepts are reviewed in the xChange section.

60/30/10 Resource Partition Plan
Our proposed Material Resource Allocation is partitioned based on the following percentages: 60 percent for Standard Needs Earned Equity, 30 percent for Capital Markets, and 10 percent for International Trade (for debt settlement and needed resource procurement).  The Partition Plan is activated once all Standard Needs are met - with agreed upon Standard Needs retaining allocation priority.

  • The Resource Partition Plan ensures resources are distributed fairly, and the fair balance of social, corporate, and international trade.


Corporate Interlacing
Corporations are phenomena that infect societies with the ideology of acceptable destruction. Corporations have convinced people to accept the most egregious offenses: labor abuses; waste, ecological damage – the list of corporate offenses is long. Corporations and governments have been able to commit atrocities because they hold and dangle the carrot – products (resources) and money (access to products) – the ability to buy and sell. For centuries billions have been convinced money is valuable, when what is truly valuable is one’s labor.

Within our current system, to receive money, you must alter your perception (create a business persona), and justify the acceptance of destructive behavior.

The very essence and nature of a corporation is destructive. Destruction is required if we are to make products that are foreign to the natural processes of the earth.

Corporations have a systemic effect. Their actions affect lives, and ecological and environmental systems because they make use of the resources every person needs (water, energy, raw and recycled materials and minerals), and they are currently allowed to effect policy and law.

Corporations have proven themselves to be destructive (anomalies, without the natural Law of consequences for their actions), akin to ravenous beasts, if they are protected by political policies and not limited by laws to force constructive effects.

The act of modern day production for provision is literally the destruction of the environment because it ignores the laws of nature, the balance of creation and destruction. By human design, corporations are destructive, therefore by natural law they must be restrained, if they are to be productive members of society. To civilize corporations, they will be interlaced with society, to ensure they act in the best interest of all stake holders.

To ensure corporations and businesses are compliant with their initial inception and enterprise (the provision of goods and services), they are given no more reign than what is required for efficient function.

Goals – to ensure corporations function efficiently and to prevent corporate exploitation we will:

  • Free corporations, small businesses, and administrative units from the payment of wages, insurance and health benefits; and free them from the payment of resource acquisition, maintenance, and development cost, so they can focus their efforts on efficient production and service provision – with use of compensation and earned equity issued by the GCTA, based on i-Present Production Enactment approval.
  • (G) Financial, resources, and labor procurement barriers that prevent the establishment of needed businesses or services will be removed with use of iPresent’s production enactment system (For details see: I-Present Legislation and Production Systems details):
    • Products are proposed to the people through submission of a legislative production enactment.
    • Upon approval of the enactment, resource allocation is granted (based on priority levels):
      • The processing of compensation for Human Resources is approved...
      • If the proposal is submitted by a private corporation, escrow accounts for management team payments are established…
      • Resources are granted for facilities, upgrades, and for production or service provision...
    • (Private Corporations) If production approval is not procured from the people, the right of enterprise is granted based on attainment of pre-purchase orders in the Capital Market Place I-WAUT.
  • (G) Assurance of technological, medical, and social advancement through the removal of financial barriers for research, development, and production (also based on iPresent concepts and the Standard Needs system).
  • (C/G) Open markets for entrepreneurs with use of the iPresent Production Enactment Process
  • (L) Corporations, businesses, and administrative production units will be granted the right to produce products or to provide services, and will be limited to their stated mission and allotted no further rights. Thus, corporations will have no means to contribute to political campaigns, nor the right to influence policy (nor will any contribution be required or needed based on the iPresent Legislation Process). They, however, will have the right to establish processes in alignment with their production or service provision mission and goals. 
  • (C) Research and development will be an industry unto itself. Logic:
    • To ensure inventors are properly compensated for their inventions.
    • To prevent the hoarding of intelligence by corporate/profit motivated interests.
    • To ensure global technological and scientific advancement.
  • (G) Achievement of no less than 85% recycling; and the use of Maximum Use Efficiency Standards to prevent waste.


Iamwe System Ideology
The “i-am-we” concepts firmly establish the rights of the individual and the people of every nation to prevent exploitation of their labor and their lands, yet embraces symbiosis to ensure trade and the exchange of resources, knowledge, and technology.

Goal: To secure human rights and the right of employment for all people.

  • (P/L) Establishment of global and localized labor unions and training guilds for all trades and professions, including managers and supervisors.
  • (C/L) The Centralization and Automation of the Hiring Process and Employee Placement (with exception to creative, executive management, and elected positions).
    Goal: 100% employment of able-bodied persons
  • (G/L) Assurance of basic necessities(food, housing, education, utilities, medicine, technology, etc.) as part of the Standard Needs Earned Equity System Agreements approved by the people
  • (G/L) Assurance of Justice and Physical, Resource, Financial, and Social security for all people:
    • (P) Legislation and judicial outcomes, production rights, and resource allocation will be proposed, investigated, reviewed, and approved by the People; with each individual having equality of vote, and job and rights protection, regardless of gender, race, color, origin, class, religion, sexual gender preference, or physical handicap.
  • (G) The end of imprisonment and fines for victimless crimes; the incorporation of Cause and Affect Training for minor transgressions; and the use of exile in-lieu-of the death penalty or imprisonment.
  • (C) Complete corporate, administrative, household (inner family members only), and governmental transparency (with exception to military intelligence).