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I need Polish nationals. Who wants to be a millionaire?


Wroclaw Boy
6 May 2010 #1
This is an idea which i almost shite canned but the more i think about it the more i see potential. So i want to throw it out there and see what happens.

Should the right people be involved and the starter package presented properly this little baby has potential to make millions for anyone involved.

Its a tried and tested system which is working in the UK for a private limited company, they have basically become millionaires overnight. If it cathches on in Poland the same will apply here. For memebers that know me thiis is not a get rich quick scheme so dont worry about spamming, if it works and it will take some work theres money to be made - big time.

Why am i even mentioning this on a Polish Forum? fact is i could never make it work on my own, i need Polish national's that are familiar with the system.

I'll split profits very fairly.

Who's interested? I'll tell all.........
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
6 May 2010 #2
Go on, this should be fun.
OP Wroclaw Boy
6 May 2010 #3
Its gonna take abit more than you RN to drag the propostion out of me. Fair to say, if its managed properly and Poland has the need it will do well.

Heres a clue:

Its IT and linked to education, every modern country in the world will most probably adopt this aproach within 10 years.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
6 May 2010 #4
Its IT and linked to education, every modern country in the world will most probably adopt this aproach within 10 years.

Thats great.

What are you looking for exactly, capital or advice?
OP Wroclaw Boy
6 May 2010 #5
What are you looking for exactly, capital or advice?

No capital, no investmnet at all, not even advice. Its all in place just enthusiasm really. If you want or you dont want, if some agree - great if not its just another idea that bites the bullet. Theres selling involved....presentation's etc.

No catches. As i said i was going to bin it anyway but thought id publish on PF first.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
6 May 2010 #6
I'm fairly sure I know what you're talking about - you're looking for someone to sell a certain concept, which has already been tested on quite a significant scale in the world in quite tough conditions.

If I'm right, you can pretty much buy the product(s) off the shelf and they just work - which is what makes them so attractive. But of course, the trick is to take a nice commission for things like support and supply of the product.
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
6 May 2010 #7
Are you talking about the "new system" of finance models being tested in schools at the moment or the new IT systems already set up in most schools for "attendance" ?
OP Wroclaw Boy
6 May 2010 #8
If I'm right, you can pretty much buy the product(s) off the shelf and they just work

You couldnt be more wrong actually.

which has already been tested on quite a significant scale in the world in quite tough conditions.

No Mike its not car cleaning products.

Are you talking about the "new system" of finance models being tested in schools at the moment or the new IT systems already set up in most schools for "attendance" ?

Close DT, thats the spirit, anybody would think youre the business qualified individual as appossed to delphiandomine.

To be honest i dont want to go any further with it on here, if someones interested PM me and we can discuss.

Mike aka Delphiandomine would love it, if he new what it was.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
6 May 2010 #10
You couldnt be more wrong actually.

Actually - I had you down for being savvy enough to flog existing products at a high price because of something (technical support?) bolted on. It's how Linux has been monetised, and I fully expected the same thing from you - schools in Poland are dreadfully lacking in IT infrastructure, and some sort of easy, off the shelf solution, packaged in a nice way would be a nice little earner for anyone with the gift of the gab here.

Come on, I was actually complimenting you for being bold enough to sell something that isn't really taking off in Poland yet (but it will in time), to a market which is susceptible to being sold stuff!
OP Wroclaw Boy
6 May 2010 #11
If you're doing what I think you're doing (something involving Cloud Computing - the next big thing) - then I'm impressed, because it has almost limitless potential.

Think before you type next time Mikey.

I dont trust people who say they dont need money

Thats the problem with you swags (swag = rat under the nose), I have an had an idea and thought i would publish it, the reception was as i suspected.

No worries, i'll present the idea to a few more and if that doesnt work out i'll shite can it. Which was my intention anyway.

As i said i dont need the cash but rather throw some attention just in case. Im not going to make it work but the right minded Pole could.

On that note ive been trying to get a dentist appointmeht for a week now, its always call back tomorrow our computers broke etc.. blah blah You guys just dont have a fcuking clue.

Youve a long way to go.

and thats that.

Thank god im leaving soon.
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
6 May 2010 #12
Thank god im leaving soon.

Where you off to?
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
6 May 2010 #13
What is this about? I read the thread but I am still at a loss.

I have PMed you WB and like I said, this site is too silly for such things in my opinion, as this thread demonstrates but it is important to bounce ideas off people, just not here.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
6 May 2010 #14
Business people are full of bull. WB, think twice before you label teaching for those who can't. We very much can and we don't need to resort to scamming. Those get-rich-quick schemes are classically British and don't fool Poles.
Sokrates 8 | 3,346
6 May 2010 #16
Thats the problem with you swags (swag = rat under the nose), I have an had an idea and thought i would publish it, the reception was as i suspected.

Yeah so do i, how about i dont give out any details but you give me your time and support K?

No worries, i'll present the idea to a few more and if that doesnt work out i'll shite can it.

Roll with Seans advice, run your idea by people who sit in whatever field you've got in mind, this is a pulp forum not a good place to do it.

You guys just dont have a fcuking clue.

I dont, the only thing i work on my pc beyond games movies and prn is office package, there's enough IT forums try there.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
6 May 2010 #17
Wow, I agree with Sok and MC for a change and it's not the beer talking.

WB, go and ask Chris Tarrant or Hubert UrbaƄski for a pop.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
6 May 2010 #18
Business people are full of bull.

It's true, any idiot can become rich, it takes a true genius to be poor.
Torq
6 May 2010 #19
Too bad WB didn't give us any details about his idea. He sounds like he might really
have a groundbreaking idea (or at least he thinks he has one).

I've already PM'd him for further details - can't wait to buy my first Maybach 62 :-)
f stop 25 | 2,513
6 May 2010 #20
I'm confused as well. Anyone has a clue?
More clarity and thicker skin needed.
Also, we use SWAGs all the time.
Those:
SWAG - Scientific Wild A$$ed Guess
welshguyinpola 23 | 463
6 May 2010 #21
WB would never entertain the idea of a pyramid scheme I'm sure. Most of the ppl on this page who criticise him are prob teachers and will remain that all their lives, and resent this fact. When I realised I was in a sinking ship I got out of teaching and opened my own biz.

Pls keep ur opinions to yourselves
Seanus 15 | 19,706
6 May 2010 #22
Many in the UK are testament to that, Seanny. The get-rich-quickers, if I could coin that term, are so short term in their thinking. They blow most of what they get away anyway, they haven't quite grasped the concepts of life expectancy and continuity of life yet. Ah well, let them see for themselves.
Miguel Colombia - | 351
6 May 2010 #23
When I realised I was in a sinking ship I got out of teaching and opened my own biz.

How did go?
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
6 May 2010 #24
Most of the ppl on this page who criticise him are prob teachers and will remain that all their lives

So what. Whoever wants to teach may as well teach if that's what they want to do.

WB is alright, just bouncing an idea about. Good luck to him in whatever he endeavours. Anyone with a little business sav would have worked it out by now. Fact is, live your own lives and stop criticising others who are at least trying. (This doesn't only go for business but for life in general.) Hey I would sweep horse **** (and have done so) if it meant I could live a happy life ;)

Horses for courses ect.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
6 May 2010 #25
I'd much rather be a teacher than a joker of a businessman. Those people deserve to be spat on for the scum that they are. You go with what you feel you were made to do. If you wanna scam people, go right ahead!

Teachers tend not to play the risk game.
welshguyinpola 23 | 463
6 May 2010 #26
Hey I would sweep horse **** (and have done so) if it meant I could live a happy life ;)

I would too and have worked many ****** jobs in my life but teaching simply didnt make me happy, neither does it make most of my friends in the industry happy, they do it cos they havent the motivation to get out of the rut.

Language teaching has had its day, I got out in time
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
6 May 2010 #27
the only thing i work on my pc beyond games movies and prn is office package,

What the heck is office package?

;)
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
6 May 2010 #28
Language teaching has had its day, I got out in time

I would argue the point but you're entitled to what you believe. Teaching can be very lucrative when it leads you to other things. Like you said it's having the motivation to see the fuller picture.

* Why am I not so argumentative these days :)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
6 May 2010 #29
And what more productive work do you do now, welshie? Does your current job really make you happier? If so, why weren't you doing it before?

Posters, please stick to the topic.
Thank you.

RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
6 May 2010 #30
At the time WB posted this thread, the Dow went haywire.

Share prices went from $40 to $0.01 and back at Accenture. Someone is definitely a bit richer tonight.

blogs.wsj.com/marketbeat/2010/05/06/accenture-went-to-a-penny-at-248-pm

Maybe thats what he is waffling on about?


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