Starting off 2013 ‘Prosperous’
Happy New Year from YOUnique! I hope this truly is a unique year for you. My year is already starting off with a bang. A big bang that I want to share with you all.
Last August I saw the announcement for a new online reality show called “Prosperity’s Kitchen” dubbed as the online reality show where entrepreneurs “grow, play, and win.” What really sold me was the show’s founder and producer selling it as “Hell’s Kitchen meets online marketing.” I wanted in!
And so my journey began. I applied for the first season scheduled to start January 2013. In October I made it past round 1 of eliminations along with 40+ others. Round 2 involved submitting a video explaining who I am and why I started my business. Visions of Simon Sinek’s ‘Golden Circle’ popped in my head. With my video submitted I waited to hear back.
Time to Play in the Kitchen!
The email I was waiting for came in late-December telling me I would be one of the 15 lucky folks to compete in season one! WOW! I am now going to be on a reality show. Truth me told I am a reality TV junkie and have had visions of being on a reality show myself. Yet, unlike all the shows I have geeked-out on, what makes me honored to be part of Prosperity’s Kitchen is the show’s manifesto.
“Prosperity’s Kitchen was born out of a need to shift the current paradigm of online biz learning. Specifically — all those fabulous info products out there touting roadmaps and recipes to overnight success.”
Play Along at Home
Tune-in for the kick off of the show on January 21st. Each week there is a live broadcast as we complete a new mission for 12 ‘webisodes’.
Now the really cool thing is that you too can play along at home and compete for cash and prizes. (But you will need to sign up to play along by January 20th!) Join the fun as you watch the 15 of us expose our success and failures for the world to see! Hopefully you will be motivated to apply for season two!
Peter Sterlacci, founder of BeYB – Believe. Become. Be Your Brand, , combines personal branding strategy with cycling imagery to empower on-the-move careerists in global companies in Japan to shift gears, get out of the saddle, and sprint to career success.