The Fatter Your Paycheck The Happier You Are

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At least at work. That’s what the recent Pew survey shows. Those most happy with their job overwhelmingly are better paid. In fact, such people, across the board, appreciate more aspects of their job. Including their employer, advancement opportunities and how their company values them.

Will such people want Copiosis? Or are they so satisfied with the world as it is they will reject it? Diversity exists everywhere. So while job satisfaction soars among the highly paid, there’s far more Copiosis offers that the highly-paid will want than that. Still some might reject it. At first.

Copiosis will make the jobs of even those who reject it more satisfying. But it will dramatically change everything else in their lives for the better too. Because of this, most of the well-paid will eagerly want the New World Order.

More opportunity

More opportunity exists for companies in Copiosis for many reasons also. They needn’t worry about expenses or costs, so many more things become possible.

Budgets no longer constrain departments. That makes it possible to do once impossible things. Things “that aren’t in the budget”. Conscientious employees can implement moral improvements at work that once were discouraged or ignored thereby improving the workplace.

Threats keeping people inline at work no longer work. That’s because employers have no control over people’s income. People can also receive Net Benefit Rewards (NBR) for almost anything. So threatening to fire them is an empty threat.

Besides, if what people want to do improves everyone else’s income, including their managers, why wouldn’t the manager support them?

Employees are freer to do what’s necessary at work. That alone can increase worker satisfaction, since employers have less control over what people can do and not do in Copiosis. Photo by Arlington Research on Unsplash

Consider an employee who wants to improve safety on an assembly line. Her line manager doesn’t want to do it. It will disrupt things. It will cost time and money. The line’s short-term success might be affected. Blah, blah, blah…

But costs aren’t a problem. And if the idea increases safety, everyone involved in the improvement will get an increase in NBR going forward. The manager too! After all, “what’s in it for me?” often keeps things from happening today. Things that would be great if they did happen. But in Copiosis, the answer to “what’s in it for me?”, for everyone, is: “more of what you want.”

A line shutting down for improvements won’t negatively affect anyone either. Everyone still gets their necessities. Everyone still gets their NBR streams. No one loses and everyone gains.

Highly-paid people think

Some highly-paid people often think about the big picture more often than the rest of us. For one, many such people get paid to do that. But even when not at work, their income leaves them with time to think about the world’s problems. Why do you think Elon Musk spends so much on electric cars and colonizing mars? He’s thought a lot about those things!

So people paid more think about important things. Copiosis offers a way for thoughts they think to become reality faster. A lot of highly-paid people are innovators. Innovators stuck in jobs because they fear risk. They’d like to pursue something world-changing. But their highly-paid job’s velvet handcuffs keep them from trying.

Highly-paid people think about the world’s problems. Many are stuck in jobs preventing them from taking action on them. But some, like Elon Musk, take action. Copiosis allows all people to do the same. Photo By The Royal Society,

Copiosis offers such people a cost-free, abundantly-resourced world. It costs no one anything to pursue their passions. With all their needs covered at no cost to them, putting food on the table, or kids through school no longer conflicts with passions calling them. A lot of problems go unsolved today. That’s because the solvers remain stuck in jobs. Highly-paid ones and low-paying ones too. Not so in Copiosis.

So highly-paid people may like their jobs more, but they also may leave those jobs. Because getting rich and pursuing passions, in Copiosis, don’t compete with one another. In Copiosis, the highly-paid don’t need to choose between fat paychecks and satisfying passions. They can enjoy both.

So can everyone else.

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