For sure, I get flak for saying things like that. It seems a bit too farfetched. The implication is that I’m either on the brink or over the edge of some sort of ego-maniacal insanity [poetic license, of course]. Further, I also predict that even as the future bears witness to my present audacity, there will still be some in denial or engaging in evidential suppressionary behavior denying the historical impact.
Of course, this would be no surprise seeing evidences of such discrediting dispositions as I speak. For all it’s worth, I sometimes see myself as an actor in a major motion picture casted as an invisible man without a voice. There are key people who know I’m still there but they’re not talking. Nevertheless, please, allow me to step out of that cinematic pit for a moment and to present myself to you. I’d like to illustrate just a facet (of a few futuristic morsels) just to at least offer some idea of what I mean when alluding to a time not yet physically here, okay? I’ll use only the PURCHASE REQUISITION (abbrev. “REQUISITION”) to prove just this portion as a stark example.
REQUISITIONS for the Home
In America, today, hardly anyone who authorizes a private home project uses REQUISITIONS. Ironically so, there’s no reported case (to my knowledge) where a private home decision-maker who was unfortunately victimized having any pre-existing Requisition System… There’s a relativity to one’s use of a Requisition System and the level of his/her vulnerability to home maintenance and improvement improprieties. Let me explain … …
Part of the psychology of a Requisition System is that nothing is spent unless it’s approved, in writing, by the resident who orders the work or by whomever this resident appoints as stand-in for him/her (personal representative or project manager). A complementary aspect of that is an insistence on NOT APPROVING purchase of what’s not needed for the project or not needed immediately. This means that by virtue of one’s having an intact Requisition System necessary frugality is inspired. Subsequently, by virtue of one’s having an intact Requisition System, he / she automatically shifts into a mode for exercising reasonable frugality.
Further, this means the resident becomes far less likely to make large advance payments (if any); far more likely to track where the money is going and to decline spend-thriftiness. Yet, something else can be missed here about the resident’s disposition: he/she becomes more apt to make better decisions on the overall relative to the progress of the project.
It follows that since most private home residents in the America apparently don’t use a Requisition System for contractor-related home projects, we really haven’t experienced how extraordinarily effective it is in putting to death the scourge of wasted, lost, or otherwise misappropriated funds. The big kahuna, of course, is WHEN (not “if”) more private home decision-makers incorporate a Requisition System (permanently),and WHEN we see how effective it is in actually staving off useless, excessive, wasteful, and unnecessary expenditures per home project, it follows that more and more of us will use it. That’s a practical futuristic equation. No magic. No miracle. No insanity. Just plain and simple que sera, que sera (whatever will be, will be).
The practicality of this inevitably widespread adoption of the Requisition System is that we tend to incorporate and cling to that which is most conducive to our lives. In this case, it’s life in the hone setting enhancing and improving the comforts and conveniences of our homes …and doing so at minimal waste, loss, and misappropriation.
Now, moving right along, last week was “Requisition Week” for residents online who honed in on my new study: “Weekly Lessons for the Home.” During that time, I introduced 6 primary classes of REQUISITIONS specific to managing your home maintenance and improvement projects. These are:
“GENERAL PURCHASE REQUISITION,” “ACCESSORIES REQUISITION,” “LEGAL REQUISITION,” “MATERIALS REQUISITION,” “RENTALS REQUISITION,” AND “SERVICES REQUISITION,” respectively.
Although visual samples of these have been removed from the “Weekly Lessons for the Home” webpage, links for them have been labeled and retained therein for your convenience. Each link enables you to access, download, customize, and print out the REQUISITION of your choice. There’s no charge. Please, use it or lose it.
Conclusively, REQUISITIONS in the home setting for controlling expenditures for home maintenance and improvement projects (when contractors are involved) will be in greater demand as residents become more informed and more assertive in this realm of private home decision-making. This is part of an ever-rising wave of advocacy towards residents being better informed, prepared, and supported against fraud while at the same time better informed, prepared, and supported towards hiring the best people to ensure the best results on the American private home front. Either you’re in or you’re not.
For more info on the significance of REQUISITIONS:
Weekly Lessons for the Home – Economics of Home Projects
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