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“16 Things We All Can Do To Act Right & Help Save The Planet”

Thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to answer your Featured Expert interview questions for the book, “16 Things We Can Do To Act Right & Help Save The Planet.” Your answers will go a long way toward strengthening individuals, families and communities by helping empower and transform the Quality of Life for children and adults regardless of their education, background or financial status. So, thank you again. Your work is appreciated.
— Lyle Benjamin,
Founder & Executive Director
16 Things Kids Can Do &
Planned Acts of Kindness

Submit your interview answers in any convenient format you wish:

1)  Video Interview: You can play our audio files and video record you answers by cell phone or video camera. Then email the files to: 16ThingsPress@gmail.com. Be sure to say your name, your organization, and your location in your video!

2)  On-Line Submission: Type your answers into our on-line Contributing Expert form

PROBLEM TOPICS:

      • Aging
      • Banking
      • Bullying
      • Business
      • Civility
      • Climate Change
      • Computers
      • Communications
      • Dating
      • Education
      • Energy
      • Entrepreneurship
      • Environment
      • Epidemic
      • Ethics
      • Food
      • Finance
      • Fitness
      • Gender
      • Government
      • Health
      • Immigration
      • Inequality
      • Kindness
      • Life Skills
      • Marriage
      • Medical Expense
      • Mental Health
      • Money
      • Nutrition
      • Overpopulation
      • Pandemic
      • Parenting
      • Politics
      • Pollution
      • Population
      • Racism
      • Religion
      • Retirement
      • Social Issues
      • Taxation
      • Technology
      • Terrorism
      • Wall Street
      • War
      • Water
      • Work

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PROBLEMS IN THE WORLD & THE SOLUTIONS WE NEED TO IMPLEMENT
TO HELP OBTAIN “QUALITY OF LIFE FOR ALL”

QUESTION #1 & #2 BACKGROUND:

Featured Experts are given book and web-based platforms to express their views and solutions on important social issues in the world. Endorsed by best-selling authors of “Chicken Soup for the Soul” Jack Canfield & Mark Victor Hansen, each book focuses on 16 problems people face in life, and through scenarios we see the normal ways we deal with these issues — ways that are not always in our best interests.

Featured Experts share what we really need to do to handle the problem, and why we need to make the change. Additionally, their color headshot, achievements, affiliations and social media information are featured in up to 100,000 books as well as 16Things & Planned Acts websites.

Book owners are encouraged to form or attend “One Planet One People” Social Responsibility Workshops where they have discussion sessions based the contents in the book. By attending the workshops people build stronger relationships among the members of the group, and because the books focus on education and action, they help build stronger communities as well.

PLANNED ACTS OF KINDNESS: THE SYSTEM FOR UNITY

QUESTION #3 BACKGROUND:

Planned Acts of Kindness is a global social responsibility platform where people around the world wake up every day, and on their phones, computers and devices, there is a new planned act of kindness that they can do with their friends, family, co-workers and in their community. The goal is to have tens of millions of people doing the same thing on the same day, and unleashing that much powerful, positive energy into world. And because the problems of the world are not going to be solved by governments or corporations alone, but by people around the world working together as one, we bring these people together to work on common causes with a common focus for the health and well-being of people and the planet.

PLANNED ACTS OF KINDNESS: THE PAK PLEDGE

QUESTION #4 BACKGROUND:

It seems like the United States has become more polarized on many issues in recent years, and we are moving toward an irreparably divided populace. Planned Acts of Kindness’ works to bring people together through daily Planned Acts of Kindness that everyone can do in order to help people and serve as inspiration to others to motivate them to demonstrate greater empathy and civility.

PLANNED ACTS OF KINDNESS: STOPPING THE TIPPING POINTS

QUESTION #5 BACKGROUND:

The Karma Constitution forms the foundation for Planned Acts of Kindness and seeks to unite people from all walks of life to work to preserve, protect, nurture and grow our global community and the health of our planet as One Planet One People.

QUESTION #6 BACKGROUND:

Kindness is a fundamental core value that can directly relate to a person’s sense of well-being and happiness as well as serving as inspiration to others.

2020: THE YEAR OF WORLD KINDNESS &
THE ONE BILLION PAK CHALLENGE

QUESTION #7 BACKGROUND:

16 Things Kids Can Do and Planned Acts of Kindness are working to establish 2020: The Year of World Kindness and provide books, clubs, courses, workshops, events, games and programs to people around the world in conjunction with other churches, temples, NPOs, NGOs, governments and businesses.

“ONE PLANET” SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY CLUBS”

QUESTION #8 BACKGROUND:

As part of our education and action programs, we are working to establish One Planet One People Social Responsibility Clubs in high schools, colleges, churches/temples and communities around the country and around the world. Club members then work on PAK social responsibility programs in their community.

QUESTION #9 BACKGROUND:

Very often we don’t get the education and opportunities we need to act on important issues that come up during our lives. And when we do take action, very often we don’t get the recognition we deserve for the work we do. To address these problems, Planned Acts of Kindness has an education and action program called “Be The Hero” that recognizes and rewards people based on their level of achievements during a specified time-frame. We set up the activities people do based on the objectives of the organization. Examples are: Civility; Sustainability; Health; Safety; Community Outreach; Volunteerism; Fund-raising.

QUESTION #10 BACKGROUND:

16 Things Kids Can Do has Youth & Adult “Learn & Earn” business and marketing programs that allow high-school and college students, unemployed and underemployed adults and veterans, etc. to learn real-world skills while working to help individuals and families within the community. During the three-month training program, trainees can earn income and when they graduate they can have a sustainable, high-earning part-time or full time career within our organization.

QUESTION #11 BACKGROUND:

With almost 75% of the population not having enough money saved for retirement let alone emergencies, financial literacy and planning is one of the most important life skills not being properly taught at any level in society.

Our organization provides “Custom Benefit Programs” that we can set up for free with schools, churches/temples, non-profits, agencies and businesses that cost the organizations nothing to administer or match, but provide their employees, members, spouses and children with custom benefits to properly build for retirement, fund their children’s education, have necessary asset and health protections for Long Term Care, Chronic Care, dementia, Alzheimer's and disability, and create risk and tax-free income available at any age.

QUESTION #12 BACKGROUND:

16 Things Kids Can Do has developed “Community Partnership Centers” that give ordinary people the opportunity to own and operate a community-based outreach business. Centers will provide workshops, courses, and free assistance on important areas that impact quality of life issues including money management, debt reduction, health and wellness, legal advice, protections, retirement, savings, taxes, and youth and adult work programs.

QUESTION #13 BACKGROUND:

Because we don’t know everything we ought to know (understatement of the decade) about what we can do to help be of service in these important areas …

QUESTION #14

SUBMIT TO:  Support@PlannedActs.Org

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