We have all been down the ‘big decision’ road. We all know those sleepless nights where the pro’s and con’s list dances through our head leaving us overwhelmed and exhausted. These decisions pop up often in our lives and we keep our fingers crossed that what we decide in the end will be the right thing to do.
PERHAPS… you are even trying to make one of these life changes RIGHT NOW! Whether you are on the fence about a career change, about starting a family, about moving ‘up’ or ‘down’ in the real estate world, about popping the big question, or about selling it ‘all’ and becoming a world traveler, there’s a very good chance you will be seeking out the advice of others in hopes that they will help guide you.
And so arises the question… Can the wisdom of 50 strangers change your life for the better?
Who are these 50 strangers, you ask? Well, they are The Audience….
“Every day, millions of users on Twitter and Facebook consult their family, friends & followers for advice. Many of our major decisions are played out online. The Audience brings the concept of social networking to television and explores the question: Can the wisdom of the crowd change a person’s life for the better? The Audience employs a clever and surprising format. For one week, the individual is followed by ‘The Audience;’ 50 ordinary, insightful people from diverse backgrounds. ‘The Audience’ puts their heads together, debates the dilemma, and comes up with the best possible solution… the wisdom of the crowd. At the end of the week, ‘The Audience’ presents its considered, collective, and thoughtful advice to the individual that should help them move forward and make a positive decision regarding their dilemma.”
Are you ready to take the plunge?
This is a great opportunity for anyone who is open to sharing their decision-making journey on T.V. This may not be something you could ever see yourself doing, but even if you are slightly intrigued, fire off an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org to apply for a spot on The Audience.
For more information about The Audience, visit their Facebook page.
“Life is a journey, not a destination.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
*I have been compensated to help spread the word about this opportunity. The ideas behind the content of the post are mine.*