January 24, 2005

Wanted: A Few Good Entrepreneurs

Pay: The knowledge gained in participating. :-)
Reason to do it:
Because you are a remarkable entrepreneur and you’re as curious as hell.

Seriously. I’m looking to recruit a few of my readers to conduct an experiment. The actual work will take 16 hours to complete. It’s not rocket science, but I need someone who considers themselves a remarkable entrepreneur.

The chosen candidate(s) will need to be able to devote at least 2 hours a day (until you reach 16 hours), preferably from 6pm to 8pm to go door-to-door conducting a survey. There will not be any sales involved. Just door-to-door, ask some questions and then give the person who just took the survey a handout. That’s it. Nothing more, nothing less.

You’ll need to be able to have access to neighborhoods containing single family homes. You’ll also need to research whether you need a license to knock on doors in your area and get one if it’s needed. Every neighborhood/town has different requirements. If it costs anything, I’ll pay for it.

Please don’t ask what it’s about because unless I select you, I won’t tell you. The person I select will need to be a VERY reliable person and trustworthy.

I can tell you that this experience COULD be life altering but at the very least, an eye-opening experience that will add to your ongoing catalog of ideas. Right?

Please send me an email (click on my profile at right and get it that way) and let me know a little about you and where you live in the country. Where you live isn’t crucial, I just need to know what the general area is like. Also, tell me why you want to do this.

Are you curious? Take a shot. Take a shot. Everyone’s gotta have stories for their grandkids, right? Haha!

1 Comment »

  1. Hi Dan,

    It’s me wayne!!!! So what is the D2D idea? If any good I may just know where to find a few good surveyors.

    503-381-0117

    P.S. did you get my message about post it notes and can you get them cheap in mass qty’s?

    wayne

    Comment by w. lewis thayer — March 21, 2006 @ 10:20 pm

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