Suggested Minimum Annual Proxri Ranges
1) These ranges apply to members and nonmembers (such as readers of our ProxThink River blog).
2) If you are a member, these ranges are in addition to your minimum access charge.
These suggestions are for individuals, whether alone or with a group or business. We have separate suggestions for groups and businesses (join here to view).
When deciding how to proxri, people may not always have the time, energy or interest to explore the Proximity of our Proxri Deal, which is part of our Proxri Deal and/or Proxri-Based Membership. For such times, we provide suggested minimum annual proxri ranges.
It is a long phrase, but every word counts. These are suggested, not required; minimum, not maximum or a fixed price; and annual, not lifetime. We may update the ranges from time to time.
Remember too that ProxRewards (proxri) are not only money. ProxRewards can be money and/or elements of your choice. So you might decide to proxri with some minimum annual ProxSet of Your Choice. Or, combine money proxri and a ProxSet of Your Choice.
What "Use and Rewards" Means
When we say "use and rewards" below, we don't just mean your use of the ProxThink website, or your rewards while using the site. We mean "use and rewards" from using the ProxThink ideas, concepts, models, tools and standards, as well as the website and blog, which also includes the ProxThink Growth Model, as described in the resources section of Our Relationship. For example, you might frequently use and benefit from some concepts you learned here, although not visit the actual website very often, which might put you in the moderate or extensive ranges.
Notes: You have the option to proxri here as well as the ProxReward page or inside the users area. The payment page will show the ProxThink logo and David Loughry as the merchant.
About the Minimums
The above suggested minimum annual proxri ranges neither 1) absolve you of the responsibility of checking the proximity of the deal sometimes, nor 2) ensure you have proxried enough, nor 3) prevent you from rewarding with more than the minimums. The proxri process is somewhat comparable to the give and take of ongoing relationships with friends, associates and neighbors. Please see the examples below.
Example - Checking Sustainability
Let's say you use ProxThink resources more than usual, or your benefits and rewards are more than usual, or both. You shouldn't assume you've done enough, since you proxried in your suggested minimum annual range, if you haven't checked the proximity of the deal. Maybe you have done enough and maybe you haven't. One of the concepts behind a Vadi Agreement such as our Proxri Deal is that valuable differences should persist, adapt and change as needed. The ProxThink resources have been a set of valuable differences for you recently. So you should check on the current sustainability of the ProxThink resources by checking the proximity of the deal, especially the ProxMonitor. Then you can proxri with the proximity in mind, as the Proxri Deal requests.
Example - Gratitude and Sharing
Let's say you use ProxThink resources more than usual, or your benefits and rewards are more than usual, or both. You shouldn't necessarily limit yourself, even though you proxried in your suggested minimum annual range. The concept and practice of ProxRewarding is very flexible. You might make a proxri via our ProxReward page, even regardless of how our ProxMonitor says we're doing, as a way to express your gratitude or share the rewards.
For some other insights into ProxRewards, see also ProxRewards in Practice, and Opportunities to Relate.
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