Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Yogafest 2017 — The Old Museum

Yogafest 2017 — The Old Museum



11th Annual Yoga Fest
Established in 2007, Yoga Fest is a celebration
of the art and science of yoga. Alongside Yoga, dance, live music and
other informing wellbeing workshops can be enjoyed at the festival. A
large array of indoor and outdoor market stalls and delicious healthy
food and drinks are available.

Monday, October 16, 2017

How to Build a Rainwater Collection System: 13 Steps

How to Build a Rainwater Collection System: 13 Steps

How to raise a Million dollars? | Fund-raising using LFT's Fair Trade principles

We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit. Aristotle

NOTE: LFT offers a cooperation system for you to raise capital. This is not a charity, no handouts and no free cash. We all work for it.

The LFT's fair trade principles that we use are:
- Fair go: sharing opportunities openly.
- Fair play: give the opportunity to grow -if you can.
- Fair share: we share fairly.

How you can fund-raise $50,000
  1. Remove the fear to cash: shift your perspective. See money not as the primary goal but as a byproduct of doing the right things.
  2. Make a goal and track progress: $50k is only 100 contributions of $500
  3. Use the fair Go principle: Learn to negotiate and move in steps
  4. Use the fair Play principle: You can make a 'deal' with LFT
  5. Fair Share principle: The first $50k are part of that "deal"
  6. Get low risk support: LFT's members will place $50,000 on software value
  7. Create a deal: The software is sold online or requested a "donation"
  8. Use the fair Share principle: Capital is raised and your share is given to you. 
  9. Be fair: Percentages are created accordingly to the LFT's fair trade principles

Alternative program:
  1. Give donors (buyers) a wining price.
  2. Connect with a celebrity.
  3. Present your idea to the media.

The million dollars goal: If the first $50k are achieved, we will pledge more software on the table to help you arrive to the $1,000,000.

Contact us to organise a plan: Entry fee is $350 (in case you don't have a sponsor) click here to request your sponsorship!

Sunday, October 15, 2017

(22) Big Think Interview With Richard Thaler - YouTube

(22) Big Think Interview With Richard Thaler - YouTube

(22) Economist Richard Thaler wins Nobel Prize - YouTube

(22) Economist Richard Thaler wins Nobel Prize - YouTube

Behavioural Economics | Nobel in Economics Is Awarded to Richard Thaler - The New York Times| LFT used that with farmers since 2010

Say what?: Nobel in Economics Is Awarded to Richard Thaler - The New York Times



"Thaler is the rare economist to win a measure of fame before winning

the prize. He is an author of a best-selling book, “Nudge,” about

helping people to make better decisions. He also appeared in the 2015

film “The Big Short,” delivering what is surely one of the most widely

viewed tutorials in the history of economics, on the causes of the 2008

financial crisis.
"



We used the basics of behavioural economics to set up the 'experimental economics lab' since 2010 that helped Australian farmers to raise $50,000 in 90 days. 





Now we will be using all those tools for the Assisi project

Do You Have to Pay Income Taxes on Money Received From a Fundraiser? - Budgeting Money

Income Taxes

The IRS
doesn't tax beneficiaries on the money received through fundraisers. If
you are raising the funds for someone else, you'll want to keep the
money in a separate bank account to avoid any discrepancies with the
IRS. If you do not keep the funds separate, the IRS may question where
the money in your account came from, especially if you are audited. As a
precaution, maintain records of all fundraising deposits to show the
source of the funds. If you receive compensation in any way for raising
the funds, you must report it to the IRS as earned income. You may
deduct any legitimate expenses associated with the fundraising.





Do You Have to Pay Income Taxes on Money Received From a Fundraiser? - Budgeting Money