Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Multi-Level Marketing

We have a big day tomorrow at work. We are pitching a new business idea to the owner of our company. This could be a big deal for a lot of different people. My partner and I work at solving problems with the company (We are "fixers" as so aptly described in the movie "Michael Clayton." While assigned in one division of the company we realized or stumbled upon a great opportunity that was sitting underneath the nose of the company for years. As we began to inquire as to the new concept's true value it became apparent that this service we could offer would have very broad appeal, not only in our industry, but in other industries as well.

I am certain that 10,000s of men between the age of 20 and 50 who work for some large corporation have these "this is going to change everything" attitude towards their pet project. I ran the concept by my Father tonight and he seemed about at interested in it as snow peas.

Regardless, we have put a lot of time and energy into putting this project together and believe with some backing from the owner we could be successful.

At least I can be confident that we are not introducing Utah to its next MLM service.

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