It’s About All of US
Planning Synergies envisions a network operations center that improves local, regional, national and global living standards as it improves and sustains the health of our planet.
Our mission is to create, build and promote products, services and organizations that:
- Strengthen middle class society.
- Improve local, regional, national and global living standards.
- Advance technologies that improve human strengths and minimize human weaknesses.
- Sustain the preeminence and relevance of the human species.
- Sustain our planet.
There are those that think capitalism is broken. We disagree. We think it’s simply time for an upgrade.
America is full of intelligent, entrepreneurial, motivated people. Many American citizens would love to earn short-term income and generate long-term wealth by participating in projects that rebuild the middle class, improve our living standards, and improve the health of our planet.
RapiFly fosters the development of an economic model that creates and distributes wealth in an equitable, mutually-beneficial manner.
Citizens, businesses and subject matter experts engage in projects that improve local, regional, national and global living standards using techniques that sustain our species and the planet that supports us.
People brought together by common goals and motivations are one of the most powerful forces on earth.
Join us and become part of the solution.
What people are saying
“We face the need for a completely re-engineered and reconstructed system to adapt to the realities of climate change and poorly maintained infrastructure …”
“Wells Fargo’s $185 million hit in civil penalties for secretly opening millions of accounts without customers’ permission is just the latest regulatory black eye for the bank.”
“Is America “becoming” an oligarchy? … an exhaustive study by Princeton University Prof. Gilens and NW University Prof. Benjamin proved conclusively it is.”
“The repeal of net neutrality (turns) internet service providers into gatekeepers — allowing them to put profits over consumers .. controlling what we see, … do, and say online …”