Could Income Reengineering principles and processes be the engine for the occupy wall street movement?

Occupy Wall Street protesters rally in a small park on Canal Street in New York, Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2011. Police officers evicted the protesters from their base in Zuccotti Park overnight. The National Lawyers Guild obtained a court order allowing the protesters to return with their tents to the park, where they have camped for two months. The guild said the injunction prevents the city from enforcing park rules on the protesters. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

Direct action and protesting is an obsolete and ineffective method of addressing wealth inequality and the other mission objectives associated with the occupy wall street movement.   Income Reengineering principles and processes represent a large scale economic and wealth building solution that could serve as an effective engine for the movement.

I’m a believer in the Occupy Wall Street movement. However, I’m not an active participant in the movement because I think direct action and protesting is obsolete and a completely ineffective method of addressing the issue.

Of course, as a result of the Sept 2011 protest in NYC, the movement got much televised coverage and exposure worldwide. However, the economic impact from that exposure is non-existent today; at least in the eyes of the mainstream, corporate america and the government. The same wealth inequality, political corruption and corporate influence in government still exist today, except worst.

Even one of the co-creators of the Occupy Wall Street movement, Dr Micah White, is thinking along the same lines as he calls for the End of Protest.  As I understand it, his new views has to do with redirecting social activism from direct action or protect to creating a social movement that harnesses political power to affect political change. In my humble opinion, this line of thinking also misses the mark.

I think we need a realistic and viable economic and wealth building movement, not just another social movement. This brings up to the concept of Income Reengineering and the associated principles and processes.

Income Reengineering principles and process may be the solution

Let’s start by reviewing the Income Reengineering vision and the Income Reengineering Process, which are foundational to Income Reengineering principles and processes:

Income Reengineering Vision

Eliminate paycheck to paycheck dependence on a large scale and shift employee thinking and focus away from just “earning a paycheck” to running their own business under the roof of employers with the support of employers. The resulting workplace compensation model is called the Empowered Employee Compensation Model or EECM.  The EECM replaces hourly wages and salaries with ten (10) new income resources and benefits with the potential to usher in a 3-fold increase in the aggregate standard of living for both employees and employers.

The Income Reengineering Process

The Income Reengineering Process is the real time, collaborative and interactive economic research into how to apply the internet and other information technology to aggressively and systematically integrate entrepreneurship and wealth focused principles, processes and compensation models into the mainstream workplace to the point where we make the Income Reengineering Vision a reality in the mainstream workplace.

There is a lot to unpack here. Let’s start with a few key points:

  • First of all, the phrase economic research noted in the definition of the Income Reengineering process has to do with field testing, evaluating and research the application of large scale peer to peer collaboration and co-creation methodologies to carryout the rudiments of the Income Reengineering process;
  • For this application, peer to peer collaboration and co-creation refers to a large network of grassroots individuals work together online part time to create new income production and wealth building solutions completely independent of any corporate, banks, venture capitalist or government influence.
  • All of this takes place according to In actuality, peer to peer operations take place according to a four (4) stage business plan, which encompasses the Income Reengineering Process

To dig deeper and learn more, start with this introductory blog post.

About Dwight Chestnut 3 Articles
Dwight B. Chestnut is an ex-engineer turned business consultant and entrepreneur. His core focus and passion is developing, introducing and teaching Income Reengineering Principles and Processes to the general and business public.
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