Analyzing People, Corporations and Nations As Money Machines
The Formula is defined as what economist refer to as a “socio-economic-behavioral-model” which allows instructors to explore and teach students to imitate successful money manufacturing behavior in a person, a corporation as well as a nation. The tools overarching philosophy is that financial success, whether as an individual or a corporation, is at its essence, a choice to manage The Formula’s (3) elements to successful capital manufacturing. Because of the modelike nature of The Formula, instructors via our lesson plans are afforded a platform to explore subject matter such as:
connecting various behavioral realities in everyday life, to economic phenomena and fluctuation, shedding light on how these human realities affect our choices around money and life,
As a behavioral model, The Formula describes the micro behavior of the money creation process on a interpersonal level, as well as the macro behavior of capital creation at a corporate, national and international altitude, tying a consistent behavioral rubric between macro and micro, simplifying and democratizing economic education for ALL students.
Transforming Boring Economic Subject Matter, Into An Exciting & Engaging Promise for Personal Financial Gain