Walking in late, to a room full of bright ideas, I paused, and walked back out, wandering if I really wanted to pitch. I had 4 minutes to prepare if that were the case. Where were the notes I took this week? Hmm. Ok, fine, I'll do it. Then, I was on stage, going through my purse and talking about how the chaos in my bag could solve so many problems we face today. Then voting began, I won a team, and 47 Hours to build a billion dollar idea. Prior to that, I was supposed to have turned in the mock up for my Ted X Talk, but do you know I never got around to following up on that? And why? Because of my chaotic world which leaves little room to follow up with everyone I've met.
Billion Dollar Math
I like to break down problems in math solutions. Lack of follow up equals lost contacts, lost contacts equals unemployment, unemployment equals depression. So let me build this app to make the world a better place! Understand, it's important to follow up with everyone. Not just some people, all people. And this is important for all of us. Even a preschooler needs to learn to stay in contact with his classmates. Why? Little snotty nosed Bobby who likes to eat dirt may grow up to own the largest mulch manufacturing company in the US. And little Aaron who liked to color inside the lines is going to need a job. Adventurous Bobby is more likely to hire boring Aaron if they stay in contact throughout life.
So I guess I'll work on my Ted Talk concept and post it later. Calling it : Fail More