Originator Answers Questions Founder//CEO Rick Robertson

This is your invitation to send me any questions you have about networking, or about me personally, I'll answer the question and post it here!

What is your daily work? Our daily work is searching for 1st party claims to be collected, connected and acknowledged. The follow-up to our work is to compare, share and offer a first step organizing and problem solving response. A response that’s also connectable to advocacy and direct action. 

Why have a membership? I have a membership for two reasons, one is for getting and giving advocacy assistance, and the 2nd is that the membership gives me access to others that are cooperating to create profit and benefits. Getting my 1st party input to the right people and places more quickly is an asset. The membership gives my claims and experiences a longer use life. Because has dozens of use innovations for incoming 1st party claims, it’s likely that there will be new ones. Each member gains a tool for empowerment and an expansion to their personal influence with a membership. Organizers have cited for better accounting of individual input and feedback. Mate3 access brings connection of 1st party input to problem solving and solution validation. The mate3 method of responding to incoming 1st party claims, creates support for early identification of problems. The Best practices that are used by for handling 1st party claims are becoming the standard. You can join us now by simply sending the word JOIN to

As the CEO what have you done? 
I've organized and built the largest number of independently connected, and registered 1st party claim & improvement suggestion collectors; internationally. 

What is is a privately held member owned provider of services for advocacy assistance and 1st party claims & input handling.

How do you start networking? It starts when you and make an agreement. The agreement is to share 1st party claims, suggestions or input for public awareness & response. You agree to notify of your answers to 3 questions 24/7. consist of members who’ve shown an interest in particular incoming 1st party claims and concerns. Upon receiving a 1st party claim we connect them with those who have an interest in being aware of the peoples 1st party claims. We do that by getting your answers. Simply answer (1) what happened to you? (2) What would you like to see happen? And (3) how do you think others can help? Send your answers to: When we receive your answers to 1, 2 or all 3 of our questions; we start advocacy assistance. We’ll seek first steps toward problem solving, advocacy and direct action. We’ll start rallying others that have a history of association with advocating around your type of 1st party claim. We will also start a search for others that have had the same or similar experience.

Learning How To Network
The advantages of learning how to use networking can be demonstrated. In the first few minutes of being introduced, it seems that most people can understand how to get the value. Although you can’t learn everything in a single session; you can learn enough to decide which options can work for you. Our informational sessions provide step-by-step instructions on how to get all the benefits from networking. We use in-person visits, tele-conferencing, skype, email, chat rooms and presentations to demonstrate. We also pay people that can tutor others in networking.

Get A Networking Certification  
Our certified networkers are mentored to handle and network 1st party input. is a leader in the industry of collecting 1st party input for multiple uses. We specialize in mutual agreement based communication systems. Our patented methods are for collecting 1st party claims, experiences and suggestions. Our method is used to collect input for public awareness, organizing and advocacy. We provide services that connect 1st party claims for defining problems and validating solutions. Our input handling services include access to thousands of specialty collectors, groups and databases. We have years of experience as an independent collector of targeted input for volunteerism, activism, agenda making and advocacy connecting. We pay people to become certified and expand the capacity of the network itself.

Is there a course on networking? Yes there is for those that want to learn the best practices for networking. Those that participate and complete are awarded a certificate of completion.

What does specialize in? We specialize in managing and networking mutual agreement based communication systems. Our job is to collect 1st party claims, experiences and suggestions for public awareness, organizing and advocacy. Our goal is to connect those 1st party claims for direct engagement, defining problems and validating solutions. Our input comparison services include hundreds of targeted collectors, groups and databases. We have over 16 years of experience in private sector collecting of targeted citizen input for activism, agenda making and advocacy connecting.

What has networking created so far?
We have created a more reliable and transparent measuring tool. networking is a formula for increasing individual engagement simultaneously with problem solving. With we can get a higher definition of problems with greater collaboration on the solutions. Because of networking we have reduced the cost and time it takes to mobilize the incoming and already collected 1st party inputs. 

How many collectors and handlers will get a share of stock in the new Corp? Approximately 13K internationally.

Does support 1st party activism? Yes and we do it through our activist support fund.

How do you take to new people? Our first outreach approach is our invitation. The invitation is to have mutual agreement to share 1st party claims for accountability and public good. What you and I share will be collected for making a difference. Those 1st party claims we share can be on misconduct or simply to inform. They will be used for comparing and assisting with solving problems. The 1st party input will go to a coalition of people. Those people have voluntarily positioned themselves to be notified. Each person can subscribe to be notified of selected incoming 1st party claims.  The objective is to better define, solve and take action on problems. We explain that the objective also includes open collaboration in presenting suggestions and selecting solutions.

How did become a leader in advocacy assistance? 
From the actual person sharing their 1st party witness and experience; better policies and new solutions started emerging. as a group has learned to better problem solve by starting with advocacy assistance for the one with the problem. We learned that the crucial factor of having a fair and equal first step approach to problem solving was missing.  How we learned what we learned was new big thing. It so happened that we learned from heavily increasing the amount of incoming 1st party claims that we cross-checked. What we did with the lessons we learned was to start offering to share those lessons through mutually agreed exchanges of 1st party claims. After the news got out about our new practices, the question became how to become aware of the 1st party problems and claims. Since nothing is too good for the membership, we continued the search for more ways to make advocacy better for the average person. We wanted to share our discoveries and advancements for providing advocacy help for our members, to help others. As citizens demanded better accountability for their input, suggestions and claims; some in power and position decided to comply. That’s the point where having affiliation with brought added value, and a systematic collaboration to help our members and others. 

What’s ahead for our incoming 1st party claims? The future of how we’ll be heard includes when, how and by what means. Using best practices in areas such as public organizing and advocacy, must include auditing incoming claims. The old way of handling 1st party claims has ceased to be trustable due to irreconcilable differences. The new approach demands more transparency and protections of truth in narratives. As a group of people talking to each other, the rules for exchange must be plain and mutual. The forward step for the group is our mutually agreed will. For our time the litmus question is can we negotiate mutual agreements and relationships faster?  

Why did decide to become a shareholder owned group?
Examples of intellectual property include words, phrases, symbols, designs and 1st party claims; the witness. The intellectual property found in words is desirable because it encourages thought analysis, which inspires innovation to perspective. The copyright does not cover ideas and information themselves; but it does cover the form or manner in which they are expressed; is a cooperation of independent individuals the exchange and present their narratives. The members of the cooperative are linked together by mutual agreement to have exchange. The exchange is limited to 3 answers. These independent cooperating parties create a narrative that’s used for comparing. The new narrative is now known as the narrative. The mate3 narrative is a product of incoming 1st party claims. To continue the research and development of trust based systems for individual engagement; capital is needed.  Each current member will receive 1 share of stock in the new corporation. The share that each member will receive is expected to increase in value. The par value for the share will be $100.

What is the future share project? The original “Future Input Share” project started in 2007. The project schedules the check in’s for “Future Share” participants. The participants are making an agreement to share their 1st party experience with some pre-selected circumstances in the future. Only the project and the participants know the circumstances that are mutually agreed to be shared. Learn more about our work by asking

As CEO What will you bring to 2020? I'll help bring many of the finishing touches to the legacy. As an organization I designed to function in a specialty tool. The mate3 model is life experience focused and organized in cooperation with my theory on the future of AI. Using the way that AI works to teach thinking and learning has created the based narrative. The subsequent result is a faster innovation on the rules and best practices for handling incoming (input) 1st party claims, and advocacy. The current model version of networking has raised the potential and capacity for mass organizing. Our work has generated dozens of check points for mixing and disassociating 1st party claims; for maximum use. Those mixtures and disassociation formulas have identified more strategic organizing points than ever before. The benefits from the based networking is supporting improved advocacy assistance for the average person.

Is organized by chapters around the United States? No; we’re international and organized by types of 1st party claims, inputs and suggestions being collected and/or received.

In what ways do others join in to networking?  1st party input collectors, IT applications, member services, data handling, capital developers, advertisers, tutors and investors.

How do you identify the best policies for organizing? By using mutual agreements and transparent operating policies that let you and I both see the organizing operate. We both need to know what standard is being used for defining the problem, and validating the solution.

What is the policy on endorsements? As CEO I don’t endorse by resume, I’m more interested in their plan to solve which specific problems, and to what end. I need to know their sources of getting the input they’ll use for solving the specific problems. It’s more necessary today than ever that we separate the personal resume from the pledged mission. The mission is what advocates do for us, the resume is what they do for themselves. We ask them directly from whom or how do they learn of the people’s claims and input. I ask for their policies for incoming 1st party claims. I ask how they see their role as the public administrator or elected official. I let them know that I view their public office or employment position as a tool of the average citizens. 

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