I have over 340+ ideas published online but I cannot
commit to any due to the opportunity cost of committing to
one idea. Also I like free time.
In other words, when I commit to something it is
irreversible. Cannot get the egg back out the cake.
I don't want to be 6 months into providing
businesses and suddenly have a complicated work to do
everyday without fail.
8 hours a day and a 3 hour commute and going to bed early
is not my idea of a good life.
I think a lot of money could be created by selling people
In other words, you want some extra money but you only
want to do the work when you feel it.
So a reversible commitments is a thing that has multiple
stops on a path. Each stop is a person that owns the
reversible commitment. So you could have a group of 3-5
people with the same commitment. At least one shall do
the work. The commitment is load balanced.
Zero hour contracts are bad for employees but good for
employers. Companies want the flexibility of the
commitment of labour but don't want to pay for it.
What if I could sell people a job that they do only when they
feel they want to do it?
You could collect multiple reversible commitments.
You'll be paid for the work you render
But if you don't feel like doing it that day, that's fine too.
I would use a company that was "fair trade" but for people's
dignity and flexibility of life.
For example, I am happy to wait a few days for something
to arrive rather than next day delivery on Amazon.
Would you pay for a service that people only do when they
feel like it? And there's no obligation for a particular person
to do the work?
Rather than having 1 employee you have 3 flexible
At least one person must do the work
It's up to them between them who does the work and
What I'm trying to say I want a warehouse where everybody
is lazy and working at their own pace. It's better for
everyone's mental health.