Problem Solving Ideas

I believe many great ideas in the world never get off the ground because of one consistent reason: Money. Or that is what people tell me. The truth is it’s hard to get funding for an unproven concept. I also, don’t believe that you should ask for others to invest in an idea, unless you have skin in the game yourself. What I mean by this is that unless you have done the hard work of putting your personal money, your sweat equity, and your social capital into your idea, why should others? This is one time, that your money is not essential. I don’t want the reason for a problem solving idea to not break daylight because of money any longer. So, we are giving money away. We will be known by the problems we solve.

Introducing: The Problem Solving Competition

We are giving away $7,000 + amazing gifts and prizes on August 7th 2014. Do you feel like you have an idea that is worth it? Do you have a new innovation that does not currently exist that will bring a solution to a problem? Do you think that your idea can stand up against the best innovations submitted? Great. Prove it.

The Simple Process:

1 – Fill out this form with your problem solving solution by July 15th 2014. If you do not know what a problem solving solution is, download and read a free e-book, called Problem Solvers.

2 – We have a committee that will find the best five ideas and give them a big opportunity. The five finalists’ will each get 5 minutes and 5 visuals to present their big idea at Plywood Presents on August 6-7, 2014 in front of a select group of judges.

3 – The judges will select three winner. Grand Prize Winner will receive $5000, and Two Runner-Up Winners will receive $1000 each. Announced on August 7th at Plywood Presents.

Now, its’ your opportunity to make a great idea, come to life. Submit your Problem Solving Solution now.

[Full Contest Rules Found here: http://plywoodpeople.com/problem-solving-essay-contest-the-contest/]

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