System Organizers are a non-judgmental, friendly and objective voice of reason. They are enthusiastic about assisting other members to make positive choices. They also help members to remain focused on their success journey.
These are members who are trained and certified to offer support services, guidance and training to other members. They help incorporate Atomic Productivity and its applications in the communities and focus areas that they are most experienced in and passionate about.
System Organizers operate independently from one another. They set and determine their own prices, schedules and the types of training and outreach services they support.
They charge in what is called Power Watts.
The Pricing Structure for System Organizer Training Time
Sold in 15 minute units of time called “Power Watts”
A Power Watt – is a 15 minute measurement of conference time with a System Organizer. Four Power Watts make up one System Organizer hour. This allows members to share time, ideas and the cost of training. Member’s can purchase any number of watts themselves or share their Power Watt time with fellow members.
This is a time share process in order to make it affordable to get personal training, meet and work with others as Power Partners while the System Organizer is still being compensated fairly for their time and expertise.
A full Power Circuit is four members meeting for one hour so each member has an adequate amount of time for personal participation, clarification and accountability. This also allows cross training to take place and Power Partnerships to develop.
For example: If a System Organizer is $10 a Power Watt they are charging $40 an hour for their time. By members sharing time, each of the 4 members only needs to contribute $10 each for the hour of specialized training and support.