Something to Consider

For the true and real thinkers in our company and members thereof. I have one major question to ask in several parts:

How many of you reading this, think that Henry would sacrifice hours and hours of sleep; would engage other entities to help and associate with us; would commit hours of working to co-ordinate, sync and/or integration of tech time and program hours of data to make the goal of the company work for the benefit of all members?

Do you really think his goal is to play “fun and games” with us all, to then just see how far down the bunny trail he could leads us, to at the end just say. “Wasn’t this fun”?

That is the very sentiment you portray when some of you continually clamor for an update or what you call “meaningful news” even though we do share some brief snippets of the progress and development toward the goal for us all, continually, yet you still feel it your right to demand more explanations.

Henry is neither ATLAS, so he cannot hold and carry the whole world in his hands to control it, nor is he “SUPERMAN” to be able to resolve all the issues put in front of us, in the blink of an eye.

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And yet some of you because you demand updates appear to think we are playing games and not having to deal with the real world out there that is totally in a self destruct mode demonstrated by its push to control everything that has consequence with us living our lives.

Consequently, putting us all in a place of risk, lest we address things in a top most manner of detail and compliance. These forces to make demands of us as a company to put forth some set parameters to operate and also cause us to develop different systems to make what we do flow well within the boundaries of others that are going to work and are willing to work with us and help us. One Example is this, many of you continually complain of the DEX platform being balky and not always co-operating to upload from the Compumatrix page through the Exchange button.

Well that is one thing being worked on, and that kind of integration and syncing takes a lot of work and time. The only thing some of you will appreciate is well it is about time they took care of that problem. For the same people it will not be Thank You Henry for your long hours of dedicated work.

While we do not expect everyone to understand the complexities of all of this. WE DO EXPECT, Gratitude, Patience, Happiness and a Comprehensive, All Encompassing Good Attitude.

I challenge anyone here that owns a car to go to the corporate offices (that is if you could even get access) and demand that they tell you everything they are doing to improve their product to tell every detail and every process so you can confirm the things they are doing to satisfy you, and
to do the things you describe as being serviceable and satisfying to you. Your answer to me, would most likely be: Do not be so ridiculous as to think you will get a complete detailed answer of all their operations to confirm it to you.

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WELLLLLL! We are a Corporation and we also have lots of things that fall under the topic of proprietary and privileged information, besides the fact that most everyone would not understand the technical explanation of some things if given. The fact is that you all get a lot more information than
any normal corporation would share and thereby, I surmise, you feel you are entitled to more and more explanatory information.

I will affirm here that, YES, most of you are steady faithful members so do not let this affect you or see as directed at you, but only as information in enrolling your ability to help us set the record straight for some others who seemingly are not satisfied with our sharing, they say incomplete or not enough, with everyone our progress, YES, progress in this NEW industry and its applications and demands.

We do surely applaud and cherish you many solid supports, the MANY among a few doubters and questioners as to “will we ever see it happen” and then start malicious negative rumors.

About the author

As President and CEO of Compumatrix and Networks International, David is responsible for running all facets of the business. David has a proven executive management track record and over 20 years of experience driving sales growth in various industries. Prior to joining Compumatrix, David was Chief Executive Officer for Morcab, Inc, responsible for all sales and marketing activities.

Comments

  1. After working in the corporate world for 9 years in management, I soon realized that those of us that were not at the CEO, VP and top levels, only received the information necessary to do the job we were slated to do. We didn’t have to concern or worry ourselves about what was really happening at the top, we only had to do our own task at hand. This did require some patience and a good attitude, but it actually made things easy for us. People just need to find their niche or their place in a company and contribute there, until they see a change.

  2. Henry is neither ATLAS, so he cannot hold and carry the whole world in his hands to control it, nor is he “SUPERMAN” to be able to resolve all the issues put in front of us, in the blink of an eye….
    Atlas (mythology ) was a Titan condemned to hold up the celestial heavens for eternity after the Titanomachy(Google search)
    Superman is a fictional superhero. The character was created by writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster, and first appeared in Action Comics #1, a comic book published on April 18, 1938. (Google search)
    Henry J. Banayat Homo sapiens (Human) born in Republika ng Pilipinas . Founder of Compumatrix International

  3. How it’s done is a question asked everyday. Proprietary information is the lifeblood of every company looking to be successful. Why would they share their software, how it works and why you can’t have access to the info.

    “Loose lips, sink ships.” A battle cry during two world wars that still means “don’t talk about our secret formula for the future of the company.” Or, “too much information can be dangerous!” The passing of company proprietary information can create issues with hacking, out and out, copying on how we operate will destroy us. Knowing 10% is enough to ruin us as someone else takes the ball and runs away to start their half baked competition against us.

    Learn what you need to be successful, leave the formula with the engineers and founders. Don’t ask questions that have nothing to do with your ability to earn a decent paycheck. Be an expert at clicking on the CDAP or the Dex.

  4. this posting and replies is just so Business plus — I love hearing from others who have either been in corporate world or their own small Business world and listening to their own stories and what they had to go through just to survive — I wish we all had the great story of success with no issues But most of us are just lucky to be going at it every day and still able to have a chance at success —

  5. No business would continue operating if they thought their company was not going to succeed. My dad tells me about the numerous companies he has started from the ground up. He talks about how it takes months and sometimes years to start seeing profits, but everyone involved in the company believes so much in it that it doesn’t matter – they are willing to do whatever it takes to be successful. That is the difference, one must thrust themselves into a company fully. They must not be in doubt. Others can/will doubt, but people involved in the company must believe in what they are doing and push forward.

  6. I am thankful and proud to be a faithful Compumatrix Member! The keyword is ‘faithful”. It is a fact that I have developed un-shakeable faith in what Compumatrix is doing, so I have less of a need to have all of the details. I know that I can’t control when the company will launch officially, but I also know that I CAN control my attitude of gratitude for being a fortunate participant in Henry’s great vision. Thank you very much, Henry, for bringing Compumatrix into the world! Thank you, David, for posting this. I will share it with others who need to see it.

  7. At the end of the day whatever we do as a group is a walk of faith but its a strong walk because the people who started it are strong, courageous, ethical people. We do the best we can do to support them but its because of their leadership that I know we are going in the right direction. The future of Compumatrix is directly dependent on the foundation that our Founder Henry and his leadership team have built. Everyone in this leadership has spent countless hours, days, weeks and years laying a foundations of honesty, ethics, and strong unshakeable moral conduct. That gives this company credibility. That’s why I am proud to be part of the Compumatrix Team.

  8. My favorite movie is Groundhog Day! If you have watched it, I highly recommend watching it again with a new perspective. We have a choice to wake up every day and live it as the past memory of yesterday or wake up to a new dawn and create a new life with love, kindness, and compassion. I wake up to Compumatrix with great gratitude and excitement to the magic that is unfolding in front of our eyes.

  9. Worrying and doubting the very company one is a part of makes no sense. There is a reason someone became a part of this company in the first place. Doubters need to go back to why they started this company, find that spark within themselves, and ignite the flame! Doubting does nothing – doing something that benefits you or the company you are a part of is a better plan.

  10. this is a great posting by David — been awhile since i found it and read it a few more times — but the gist is very understandable to me on the information train as yes it would be great to know that every delay or setback or daily change in the cyberworld or crypto arena has not put a block or two in our way but — just a great read here and know also that no matter how many good solids you have there will always a certain few who can not do anything but whine and negate

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