Can a Win: Win Reality Show Find a Place Among the Back-Stabbing Competition? Calling On All Entrepreneurs, and supporters of entrepreneurship. This is where it all starts Memorial Day Weekend.
(PRWEB) May 8, 2005 -- Do you love to watch backstabbing reality shows where
someone is guaranteed to be embarrassed, degraded, or derided on national
television? Would you bother watching a reality show based on win: win concepts
of interdependence, mutual support, a positive attitude and "pay it forward"
values? Xtreme Entrepreneurs is set to shoot a teaser pilot. Many people are
stuck in poverty or living "paycheck to paycheck," working one or more jobs, in
serious debt, desperately struggling to make it financially and unable to break
through the obstacles that prevent their entrepreneurial success. In each show,
a desperate individual undergoes an extreme personal and professional makeover,
coached by a team of business and personal coaches, experts, and advisors. The
goal of the show is for each entrepreneur to overcome economic and other
obstacles blocking their entrepreneurial success, achieve personal happiness and
inspire audiences, as they take their respective businesses to the next level,
market their goods and services, become interdependent, self-sustaining, benefit
the economy and create additional jobs.
Think a reformed The Apprentice meets Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. Houston based, Peculiar Pictures, and award-winning producer Paul Gallegos will produce the reality TV teaser pilot.
About Xtreme Entrepreneurs:
Xtreme Entrepreneurs is the visionary concept of Canadian Entrepreneur, Stuart Weinstein, and developed from his recognition of serious issues including chronic unemployment, lack of medical insurance, etc., that block potential entrepreneurs. Potential sponsors and partners are welcome and should contact Xtreme Entrepreneurs for further information. Watch for website updates.
H. Raven Rose
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