Although my innovation project for my AP English did not go as I had originally or evenly secondly imagined, the event was a delicious success. But first, allow me to back up and explain the whole deal.
So thinking like a businesswoman, I decided to use this multitude of people as my consumer base. I figured the only thing this wild show was missing was a toasty cup of hot chocolate. Along with the help of my little sister and the support of my parents, a plan developed. My sister and I were going to sell cups of hot chocolate from our driveway to those who came to enjoy the lights.
The next step was to pitch my idea to the class, a step that was successful same as the following steps. Before I even gave my presentation, a Make a Wish board member asked me if I had decided where I was going to donate all my profits. When I told him that I had not, he threw me a smile and said, "Make a Wish loves you!"
A few days later one of my basketball teammates, who also happens to be the president of Wounded Warrior Project, approached me asking if she could team up with me and use my project as a fundraiser for her project. How could I refuse the opportunity to help veterans of my country? So yes, I agreed and the planning picked up its pace.