Firstly it turned into an audacious plan which pretty much succeeded in becoming a model of trade overall.
Secondly because it fascinates me. There is a sub portion of this part. I am jealous. I am jealous that somebody can definitely take a silly straightforward idea and turn it into money. I have been attempting to do that without success for years.
What about these as an example: A solar powered outside barbecue. I remember cooking sausages and burgers on a beach in Sydney Australia about forty years ago. I turned into attempting to bring up an investor. The barbecue worked brilliantly until eventually the wind moved its 3 foot parabolic sun catching surface just slightly away from the point area. Result? Uncooked burgers in any small breeze.
Or what about a french fry vending mechanical device that definitely cooks using deep frying in hot oil right in front of your eyes? The first one of these seemed about forty years ago also. Remember when Newsweek used to publish a new products and processes page right at the beginning of the magazine? I was once certain I had my copy each Tuesday because we were 17 hours ahead of the US release of an an identical copy so I may have time to see the excellent principles and call the developers sooner than the paper hit the news stands and make a deal in principle for the Asian and Australian/New Zealand rights. Many ties the franchise package deal would be given to me free since the owners investment at the banks completely only included about 30 US mainland states and my territory turned into not even in their minds when I would call them.
This is how I found the Alcohol breath testing device that G had patented and chiefly forgotten.
This where I found fuel additives which may increase gas mileages. It might have been where I found LoJack.
Its because some of these principles and products were fundamentally more severe and more priceless that they eventually went directly to make millions for their promoters. Im jealous NOT because Don Mcdonald had a more physically sturdy product than any one of these principles that came to my attention, BUT BECAUSE he knew how to go about giving his product the acceptable remedy from a marketing perspective, to substantially do better than anything I had handled at that point.
To think that somebody, i.e. Don Mcdonald, had the audacity to promote water as being a weight reduction product is impressive. For your entire technical and dietary contents , it still turns out to me to be a load of hogwash to think that water will definitely help someone drop some pounds. However someone much smarter than me once said " Nobody ever went broke using overestimating the stupidity of the American humans." or as PT Barnum said "there may be a sucker born each minute"
There is too much information on this subject and I invite you to search deeper. I had fun doing it.
Its thrilling to think that had skinny water succeeded in the long time, that you'll have found it alongside several trade overall well regarded sugary drinks that are certain to add weight as an example Coke and Pepsi, but also alongside protein drinks that provide sustenance for humans who completely want it.
To folks that have read this far, I appreciate your presence and hope to see you on some of my other articles soon.
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