Welcome to the Training "They" Forgot or Missed in Grade School

What is the smallest amount of money (annually) that you could live on? eg. $10,000, $15,000, $20,000 ... etc. Take that number x (70 minus your current age) = Lifetime Cost to Live. Did you know (roughly) the 1st $10,000 you earn every year is "Tax Free", every $1.00+ after that is gonna get taxed and the more you make as you hit certain higher levels get taxed at higher and higher rates. The highest level tax rate is (roughly) 50%. So the trick is to keep your Lifetime Cost to Live as LOW as possible and get as much of your "taxable income" into where there is NO TAX on it (until you take it out for your use) and that is an RRSP.
eg. You make $20,000, you live on $10,000 and put $10,000 into your RRSP. How many years until you can stop working (completely) and start withdrawing your $10,000 a year to live from your RRSP?  answer:
(70 minus your current age) "say you are 25" = (70-25) = 45yrs / 2 = 22.5 yrs + 25yrs old now = 47.5 yrs old when you can "retire" from ever working again (roughly).

Your job will be to help our team build a "Community 'chop shop', reverse engineering and innovation centre." It will house you, feed you, pay you a salary, provide you (paid for) holidays and put aside funds for your retirement. What we dream-up, envision and build just might put you in a Hall of Fame. What the future has in store for all of us requires a collaborative effort. 


Over the time span of 40 weeks, you will be SLOWLY trained (with pay*) into a WELL trained and educated set of hands and feet. Those that don't last the 40 weeks will be considered beyond the capabilities of the "granny" method of teaching. The skill set you will develop over the 40 week training period will provide incalculable self-worth you will possess for the rest of your natural life.


Prerequisites:  you must know how to:
  1. read and comprehend what you read (slow and steady wins the race)
  2. write (i.e. clearly communicate an idea in your head into written words on paper/e-document)
  3. do basic math (+, -, x, /)
  4. use the basics of a computer (e.g. mouse, keyboard, printer/scanner, faxing, use Excel spreadsheets, text editor, browser(s), Google searching, etc.)
  5. be honest (thieves are those to lazy to "earn" the stuff they want for themselves)
  6. be ambitious and willing to learn
  7. those already employed in a job (full time, part time, casual) are also welcome to ADD this new job (I had 5 part time jobs at the same time, one summer, working for money to attend University.)
If your intentions are to remain like MOST of the population:
  • i.e. the extent of your ambition is to "get by" the next 45 yrs and end up at age 67 or 70 ready to struggle to live off a government's "old age pension and supplement" (a welfare check), a little training CANNOT hurt you
  • if you are satisfied being "broke" all the time, meaning you can barely make it from paycheck to paycheck, a little training CANNOT hurt you
  • if working in a "going nowhere" manual labor job for "easy" money to buy cigarettes, drugs and booze, a little training CANNOT hurt you

  • if you are ambitious and have a few goals you want to accomplish in life, we want to help you fulfill them ...
Over the training period, you will learn:
  • hands on training and skills development (meaning the wax on, wax off method will be used)
  • how to listen to idea(s), process them through your brain and determine how best to (based on your skill set) get them done in the most cost effective, time efficient, and good quality manor possible
  • preparing for what's coming in the near Future
  • help design, plan and build a Global Stimulus Game
The 40 week training schedule will function like this:

1 hr - 1st week, 2 hrs - 2nd week, 3 hrs - 3rd week, 4 hrs - 4th week, etc. ... to 40 hrs - 40th week. At this point you will have made it onto the team.

Week # Weekly Weekly Net Weekly Link
of Training Training Training to Learning
Training Gross Pay Cost Pay Info
1          66.00          55.00            11.00  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYHbLS5s2Ks 
2        132.00        110.00            22.00  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6AOpomu9V6Q 
3        198.00        165.00            33.00  http://www.ted.com/talks/emilie_wapnick_why_some_of_us_don_t_have_one_true_calling? 
4        264.00        220.00            44.00
5        330.00        275.00            55.00  http://www.ted.com/talks/sugata_mitra_the_child_driven_education?language=en#t-811824 
6        396.00        330.00            66.00
7        462.00        385.00            77.00  http://www.ted.com/talks/simon_sinek_how_great_leaders_inspire_action 
8        528.00        440.00            88.00
9        594.00        495.00            99.00  http://www.ted.com/talks/susan_cain_the_power_of_introverts 
10        660.00        550.00          110.00
11        726.00        605.00          121.00  http://www.ted.com/talks/dan_gilbert_asks_why_are_we_happy 
12        792.00        660.00          132.00
13        858.00        715.00          143.00  http://www.ted.com/talks/anthony_atala_printing_a_human_kidney 
14        924.00        770.00          154.00
15        990.00        825.00          165.00
16     1,056.00        880.00          176.00
17     1,122.00        935.00          187.00
18     1,188.00        990.00          198.00  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5eMpNN_vF4s 
19     1,254.00     1,045.00          209.00
20     1,320.00     1,100.00          220.00  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QaTN_R1b00I 
21     1,386.00     1,155.00          231.00
22     1,452.00     1,210.00          242.00  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYOmZlTjsQ0 
23     1,518.00     1,265.00          253.00
24     1,584.00     1,320.00          264.00  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYOmZlTjsQ0&t=19m55s 
25     1,650.00     1,375.00          275.00
26     1,716.00     1,430.00          286.00  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_UgtlXR8KI 
27     1,782.00     1,485.00          297.00
28     1,848.00     1,540.00          308.00 https://www.reddit.com/r/SwanRiver
29     1,914.00     1,595.00          319.00
30     1,980.00     1,650.00          330.00 http://internetmarketingparty.com/home/speakers/
31     2,046.00     1,705.00          341.00
32     2,112.00     1,760.00          352.00  http://www.infoq.com/news/2014/02/self-assemble-and-self-organise 
33     2,178.00     1,815.00          363.00
34     2,244.00     1,870.00          374.00  https://www.asme.org/engineering-topics/articles/modeling-computational-methods/the-rise-of-reverse-engineering 
35     2,310.00     1,925.00          385.00
36     2,376.00     1,980.00          396.00  https://apps.mpi.mb.ca/salvage/salvage_data.asp 
37     2,442.00     2,035.00          407.00
38     2,508.00     2,090.00          418.00  http://acceltool.com/grandrapidscnc/features-mainmenu-48 
39     2,574.00     2,145.00          429.00
40     2,640.00     2,200.00          440.00 http://www.businessinsider.com/business-insider-2015-silicon-alley-100-hottest-startups-2015-9

  54,120.00   45,100.00       9,020.00


You will gradually build up your knowledge and skill set over the 40 week period to that of a person with a GOOD working knowledge of many things and the skill set to MASTER anything NEW with practice.


Note: (with pay*) - means you will be paid 6 x minimum wage or $66.00 per hour (presently $11.00 per hour in Manitoba, Canada) http://canadaonline.about.com/od/labourstandards/a/minimum-wage-in-canada.htm but you will also be charged $55.00 per hour for training services. You are limited to 20% of your previous years income as your RRSP contribution limit so 20% of $54,120 is around $10,000 as your RRSP limit.  Your pay goes up as your proven ability goes up.

Sample: Each week - 1 or 2 hr(s) training on different topics will give you the basic structure to build on.


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