Our Pay It Forward System

Together we can change the world one good deed at a time!


The Pay It Forward movement is not a new concept. It dates all the way back to 317 BC. There are small documented events of the Pay It Forward notion throughout history; however, it became a widely popular concept after the 2000 movie of the same name.

The simplest way to understand the Pay It Forward concept is when someone does something for you, instead of paying that person back directly; you pass it on to another person.

POWER OF 3² and their additional income streams incorporate the “Pay It Forward” concept. The mind-set and philosophy of the company is “Give first…then Receive”. When registering with POWER OF 3² the person who referred the new member to the company will, although optional, pay it forward for them on the initial membership fee of $3.00. After the initial payment, the membership fee of $3 is paid every 28 days by the newly registered member. As a result of paying It forward for the new person the member is rewarded with a pay it forward Bonus.

At its root, the Pay It Forward concept is really about creating more abundance and kindness in your life by giving something to others without expecting anything in return. In other words the Pay It Forward concept should be undertaken with a selfless spirit to bless others.

Paying it forward can even help in your professional life. For instance, as you build your professional network, people for whom you’ve paid it forward will certainly hold you in a higher light and see the value in helping others as well. So, paying it forward shouldn’t just be reserved for your personal life but your professional life as well.

It is a powerful exercise to teach our subconscious mind that the world is an abundant place. In fact, it has been proven that acts of kindness build exponentially in a community and because people believe that one good deed deserves another. So, by practicing the Pay It Forward concept we truly can make the world a better place. Why not change the world?