Monday, April 25, 2005

Bruno Business 101

So you are thinking of starting a business but are worried about cash flow? Don't want to just be eating Ramen Noodles for the first 6 months until you get your first sale? Well, you might want to take some pointers from Ken Bruno.

Step One: Pick snappy name. Albany Strategies.

Step Two: Open for business.

Step Three: Land a $60,000 contract from the New York Ambulette Company.

Step Four: Lobby to have $4.4 million put back in the budget for your client.

Step Five: Be successful and let it be known why it went down: "I worked it fairly hard".

If by working "fairly hard" Ken can turn $60,000 into $4.4 million imagine what he can do by working "really hard" or "extremely hard". I don't think they will have to worry about eating too many Ramen Noodles over at Albany Strategies.