Students: Use the Enerqi Credits Science Project to understand the basic Enerqi Credits banking concept.
Round up a group of friends or family
Put on your calorie counting watches (see links below)
Record your calories burned throughout the day on your Enerqi Credits Spreadsheet
Do work for someone in your group and on your Enerqi Credits Spreadsheet, add the amount of calories you burned to perform the job, using the code "c.b." for calories burned. Collect the same amount of calories from the person you did the work for by adding the c.b. amount again to your spreadsheet as earned credit or "e.c." The person you did the work for will deduct your e.c. amount from their spreadsheet as a manual deduction ("m.d.").
Hire someone in your group to do a job for you and deduct their calories burned performing the job from your Enerqi Credits Spreadsheet.
*Paid work (described above) is when you add the calories burned amount AND the earned credit amount to your spreadsheet, while the party you did the work for deducts your earned credit amount from their spreadsheet.
**Volunteer work is when you choose to add only the calories burned amount to your spreadsheet and you decline the earned credit amount. The party you did the volunteer work for will deduct nothing from their spreadsheet.