Positive Reinforcement

Get Paid To Get That Grade!

Take a proactive approach to education by micromotivating them to get that grade. Rewarding students based on grades achieved at the end of semester comes too little too late and doesn't allow for proper behavior adjustment. Rather than use lagging metrics to incentivize good study habits and encourage learning, use microconditioning micropayments to reward targeted test scores for individual assignments and tests. These types of leading indicators constantly reinforce proper behavior through incentivization so that good study habits are encouraged, reinforced as time progresses.

Example: Rather than paying Billy $5.00 for every A he gets at the end of the semester, Billy is paid in micropayments based on a weighted value per assignment and test score up to $5.00 to ensure he gets that A. Billy is rewarded for good behavior incrementally driving a positive reinforcement feedback loop.

Complete a Chore Make a Score!

Allowance should not be an all or nothing agreement between parent and child. Make micropayments up to a certain amount based on weighting the value of given individual chores. This incentivization scheme will motivate and encourage your children reinforcing good behaviors.

Example: David’s parents used to give him an allowance of $10.00 a week to complete a list of chores, however they noticed that he always forgets to take out the garbage. He gets that $10.00 despite taking out the garbage every time. Now his parents use micropayments to pay David for chores on a weighted activity basis up to $10.00. David is encouraged to remember to take out the garbage because this activity is heavily weighted and is encouraged to complete his chores as he is paid micropayments every time a task is complete.

Pop a Pill Make a Bill!

Not all of us remember to take our prescribed medication, to encourage habitual use and reduce health risks, prescriptions can be filled using smart bottles that incentivize and track pill taking frequency. Doctors and pharmacists alike can track the flow of micropayments to modify dosages and or follow up on life threatening behavior.

Example: Mary just had heart surgery and needs to take a pill three times a day to ensure she doesn’t have any health complications. Mary was prescribed a smart pill bottle that incentivizes her every time she takes a pill using micropayments or microdiscounts on future purchases. Every time Mary visits her doctor, they review her transaction timestamps to refill or modify her prescription and provide her with additional feedback on the importance of following the prescribed prescription regime.

Count Coins Not Calories!

Develop reverse subscription-based workout programs tied to a smart heart rate monitor that streams micropayments as individuals progress through a workout. To encourage users to maintain their target heart rate, micropayments shall fluctuate in value based on where your heart rate is compared to where it is recommended to be at any time during the workout. This model can be custom tailored to the individual so that they achieve the target heart rate that is best for them.

Example: Cindy subscribes to an online gym for $75.00 a month. To encourage engagement $25.00 can be recovered through micropayments based on her hitting her target goals and maintaining a consistent work out regime. Every time Cindy works out, she wears a smart heart rate monitor that monitors her heart rate as she progresses through the workout. Micropayments are streamed to her up to a certain amount and adjust in valuation based on where her heart rate is compared to where it is recommended. This encourages Cindy to keep and maintain a healthy workout pace and stay in her target heart rate zone for as long as possible to maximize the money she makes.