INTELLECTUAL PITCH FOR RSD TEAM ©

Dear RSD Team,

My name is Carlos Vera and I’m originally from Venezuela. The reason why I’m writing you this message is because I would like to have the opportunity to pitch you a revolutionary idea for an amazingly hilarious feature film that could potentially increase people’s awareness about your company all over the globe if you guys sponsor it and make it come to life. So without further ado, here’s my idea:

MY MOVIE SCRIPT IS BASED ON MY PERSONAL STRUGGLES WITH ATTRACTING WOMEN. THE SCRIPT IS BASICALLY ABOUT A 25 YEAR OLD GUY WHOSE HORRIBLE LUCK WITH GIRLS LED HIM TO GO INTO THE PORN INDUSTRY ONLY SO THAT HE COULD FINALLY START HAVING SEX WITH FEMALES. IT DEPICTS THE WHOLE ARC OF GOING FROM A SUPER SEXUALLY FRUSTRATED/MISERABLE HUMAN BEING ALL THE WAY TO BECOMING ONE OF THE HAPPIEST AND MOST MATURED MEN ON EARTH. I WROTE IT USING A WITTY/COMEDIC PERSPECTIVE AND I HOPE VIEWERS SEE IT THROUGH THE SAME LENS AS WELL

I’M 100% SURE YOU GUYS CAN LITERALLY MAKE BILLIONS WITH THIS FEATURE FILM IF YOU BRING IT TO LIFE. AND I ALSO HOPE I CAN GET A CUT FROM WHATEVER SUCCESS YOU GUYS END UP HAVING WITH IT SINCE I’M GOING THROUGH TOUGH FINANCIAL TIMES.

NEEDLESS TO SAY, THIS FILM CAN DEFINITELY SERVE AS AN EFFECTIVE MARKETING TOOL FOR YOUR REAL SOCIAL DYNAMICS’ PRODUCTS AND PROGRAMS BECAUSE IT STRESSES MOST MEN’S ISSUES WITH APPROACH ANXIETY,  POOR SOCIAL SKILLS AND SEXUAL FRUSTRATIONS. THEREFORE, THE FILM CAN LEAD PEOPLE  ALL OVER THE GLOBE STRAIGHT TO YOUR REAL SOCIAL DYNAMICS’ WEBSITE. YOU GUYS WILL CONQUER THE ENTIRE PLANET THAT WAY!!! IN OTHER WORDS, BY ILLUSTRATING PEOPLE’S PROBLEMS ON A FEATURE FILM AND THEN PRESENTING THEM WITH THE PERFECT ANTIDOTE AND SOLUTION DURING THE MOVIE CREDITS, YOU GUYS CAN BECOME KNOWN ALL OVER THE WORLD AS ONE OF THE MOST ORIGINAL AND NOBEL BRANDS OUT THERE!!!

SO WHAT DO YOU GUYS SAY??? ARE YOU WITH ME????

Thank you very much for your time to read this.

Sincerely,

Carlos Vera

E-mail: charles69999@gmail.com

Twitter: @charlescv999

Copyright © 2015-2017 Carlos Vera. All Rights Reserved.

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SEEKING SUPPORT!

To whom it may concern,

My name is Carlos Vera and I’m originally from Venezuela. I’m a thirty year old male student seeking financial assistance with the sole purpose of finishing my undergraduate degree in the U.S. I’m only four semesters away from obtaining my B.A. in English. However, due to the political and economic crisis that my home country started to undergo in 2014, I was forced to abandon my studies in the U.S. and return home in April of that same year. Needless to say, it would be a true shame to lose all the number of college credits that have already been awarded to me towards the completion of my degree. Therefore, I’m really hoping that I can find resources that would allow me to finish my B.A. in English in the near future.

One of the main reasons why I believe to be deserving of your support is because I had gone through really tough experiences as an international student while in the U.S. My story began in 2008 when I travelled to America all the way from Venezuela. I attended Iowa Western Community College, but after a couple of semesters there, I transferred to Minneapolis Community & Technical College. As soon as I arrived in Minneapolis, I had to check in at the International Department of what would become my new school. And to my surprise, during my first meeting with the man in charge of international students, named Kevin Kujawa, he took the liberty to yell at me several times. His threatening position came from the simple fact that I wasn’t sure which major/field of study I wanted to choose from the MCTC’S catalog. This man was also my college adviser. So it was definitely his job to inform me about the school’s programs/fields of study. Instead, he decided to threaten me with his angry/strong demeanor while using terms such as probation, suspension and deportation. He then proceeded to give me a week to choose a major on my own. During my first year of attending this Community College, this man made me go see him once every two weeks. I suffered a great deal of oppression in every meeting I had with this particular person. And during the Fall-2010 semester, he basically made me go see him once a week. He would even schedule the appointments for me in his own desk computer at the end of each meeting. And again, this person’s main goal was to threaten me and bring me down morally every single time. He would even advise me not to go to shopping malls such as “The Mall of America” because he didn’t want me to socialize with people and/or make any friends/connections in the U.S. I’ve always been a shy guy my entire life but after going through that horrible experience with Mr. Kujawa, I actually became extremely shy. Long story short, I was able to complete an A.F.A Degree in Theater with honors at MCTC and then I transferred to the University of Minnesota to pursue a B.A. in English. And to my surprise during my first meeting with Duane Rohovit, one of the men in charge of international students at the U, he started talking about wishing that the president of my country Hugo Chavez would die. I’ve never been in favor of Hugo Chavez’s policies. But I found it extremely offensive that this particular school official would say that to me during my first interview with him. He also went over the fact that many international students that came to study at the U of M “got burned and went back home”. He clearly wanted me to understand that since the school’s pace was very fast, it was a very difficult/tough one. He then proceeded to give me a whole chat about domestic violence being severely punished in the U.S. Almost as if he thought I was going to end up hitting a woman or something along those lines. This was obviously super insane to say the least. And I felt that I couldn’t let what had already happened to me at MCTC happen to me all over again. So I started trying to make an indirect statement to this person by mentioning that based on past experiences, I had noticed that people holding jobs/positions like the one he had seemed to behave as if they were cops. So he then tried to defend himself by telling me that he was a lawyer and that he had spent most of his life interrogating prisoners. And that working at a University was the last type of job that he would’ve ever imagined holding. He also mentioned that he knew Kevin Kujawa very well because he often kept in touch with him over the phone since most students transferred between colleges. After I got out of this meeting at the U, a memory of one of my last meeting sessions I had with Mr. Kujawa passed through my mind. In that meeting, he mentioned very quietly and quickly that he had worked for immigration for 28 years prior to holding the position he had at that Community College. This pretty much shows that the U.S. Government is purposely placing very threatening individuals with extremely tough professional backgrounds in schools all over the U.S. to deal with International Students.

After I took a couple of semesters at the U of M, I returned back to my home country due to a separation with whom I believed to be the love of my life at the time. I lived back in Venezuela from January of 2013 until June 26th of that same year. I then went back to the U.S., but this time, I attended California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) to see if I could complete my B.A. in English there. During this journey, I was detained at the international airport in Atlanta by customs. It was the first time this had ever happened to me. And I was put in an enclosed glass room filled with a bunch people from Mexico literally wearing ponchos and hats. A whole hour had passed before they finally called my name for an interview. The customs’ officer interviewing me was very rude and threatening to me the whole time. She was basically telling me I couldn’t enter the U.S. two months prior to the start of my semester. Even though I had a valid F-1 Student Visa, it didn’t really seem to matter to these people at all. Apparently, there is a law written somewhere that states that international students are not supposed to come into the U.S. more than a month prior to the start of their school semester. So I was actually clueless about this law. And I certainly was not warned about it by the U.S. Government official that granted me the student visa at the U.S. embassy in my home country. Long story short, I was finally able to talk my way out of this horrible situation by being completely honest and submissive to the immigration officer at customs. This fortunately allowed me to catch my next flight on time. As soon as I arrived to CSULB to check in with their international department, I was interviewed by the director of the department. To my surprise, she got noticeably mad at me when I told her about my experience with customs at the international airport in Atlanta. She also adopted this threatening demeanor and started telling me that I had probably lost my F-1 Student legal status, which meant that I had to go back home. She even said that I should’ve never been allowed to come into the country by customs because I was entering the U.S. a month and a half prior to the start of my semester. Needless to say, I was extremely shocked that my own school, the one that I was about to spend literally thousands of dollars on, was telling me that I should’ve never been allowed into the country. And that I most likely was going to have to go back home! Anyways, this director then proceeded to make a few phone calls from her desk, only to find out that my legal status had not been compromised despite of my experience with customs.

All these experiences are what make me believe that the code of ethics in the U.S. education system has gone down the toilet. The international student advisers I encountered over the years were nothing but rude to me. And I’ve always wondered whether I could’ve taken some type of legal action against them when I went through those traumatizing times. As a foreigner, I just felt powerless in each of those situations. Those international student advisers hold too much power and they’re allowed to act very unethically. For anybody reading this message please let international students know that you understand their struggles. Try not to judge us simply because we were not born in America. We’re merely pursuing our dreams and we really do love the U.S. Sometimes even more so than we do our own home land. Most of us go to America with good intentions and we do our best to be honorable and productive citizens of that amazingly intellectual and advanced society.

Thank you very much for your time to read this.

Sincerely,

Carlos Vera

E-mail: carlosalberto_543@hotmail.com

Twitter: @charlescv999

Copyright © 2015-2017 Carlos Vera. All Rights Reserved.

MOBILE APP IDEAS ©

Dear Tech Community,

My name is Carlos Vera and I’m originally from Venezuela. The reason why I’m writing you this message is because I would like to have the opportunity to pitch you a revolutionary idea for a phone app and/or game that could potentially increase people’s awareness about any company all over the globe. So without further ado, here’s my idea:

“By creating a voice recognition application with the characteristics of a 3D video game, we can help intellectual/adventurous users all over the world learn new languages. In this app, users would have to go through simulated real life experiences where they will need to complete specific tasks in order to fulfill the main character’s immediate intentions, goals, desires and/or needs. Users will be required to verbally interact with the game in order to complete the tasks. This way, they will be able to practice and make use of the language that they’re trying to learn in real time. It’s important to point out that this app/software is nothing like the Rosetta Stone Programs. For starters, users will be able to use this new app on any of their personal electronic devices. And once they access it, they’ll have the option to choose from a wide variety of languages, dialects and cultures right off the bat. For instance, if I’m an English language student using this app for the first time, I would be presented with the option to choose an avatar’s sex between female or male. Then I would have to choose the language I’m trying to learn (in this case, English would be the selected language). Then I would have to choose the dialect between American and British. Finally, I would have to select the level of English in which I would like to practice. As soon as these quick selections are made, the game will start by giving me instructions about my avatar’s tasks. The game would then take my avatar directly into an appropriate virtual country and/or environment, where I as the user, would be forced to use the English language in a perfectly simulated real life situation. An example of a real life situation could be a time at an airport where the avatar’s task would consist of talking to an airline’s representative in order to purchase a plane ticket to a particular destination. Another could be a time at a coffee shop and/or restaurant where the avatar’s task would consist of talking to a cashier and/or waiter in order purchase a particular type of coffee and/or item off a menu. The investment of emotional energy that will be required by users with every command, order, request and choice within the game would automatically help them make the appropriate language associations in their brains. This has been proven by many linguists over the years to be the most effective method/technique to the learning of new languages. This app will certainly allow users all over the globe to have access to a world class learning technique right at their fingertips. And most importantly, it would put any startup business’ franchise out on the map as one of the most innovative, most educative and most productive companies.” 

I also wanted to let you know how much it actually means to me to have the opportunity to help other people learn new languages. As a student of the English language myself, I understand the difficulties of learning a second language. On the other hand, I’m also very well aware of effective psychological and practical methods/techniques that can be used when studying new languages. For instance, I have learned through personal experience that in order to overcome speech insecurities, students need to realize that native speakers of any language don’t fully place their attention on the pronunciation of words. They rather place most of their focus on the viewpoints, mindsets, feelings, emotions, attitudes, intentions, intensity of tonality, logical associations and abstract symbols being transmitted/conveyed by the messengers. In addition to this, students need to understand that languages are made up of and influenced by culture. And if they paid close attention, they’d find that culture is directly influenced by environmental elements. Therefore, we can certainly make breakthroughs in the educational field by creating an app/game where users can experience firsthand what it’s like to live in an environment where a specific language is spoken. By giving users a more natural and realistic 3D experience, we’ll be hitting the right spot in their brains. And this is exactly how we can get our intellectual users to focus on areas that will ultimately help them understand and use their new language rather quickly. I’m one hundred percent confident that with your resources, business/tech expertise and networking capabilities, this app/game can be brought to life in no time. Needless to say, I’m really hoping that you and your team of professionals can properly review my idea so that we can someday work together to materialize it into physical form.

I would like to make clear that my plan is to someday start a company called L.X. which stands for Learning Experience. I firmly believe that my project has the potential to be “HUGE” and to take the world by storm. I’m also thinking about manufacturing and launching several products using the same format, platform and/or software that I mentioned earlier. My idea for Product#1 is called L.L.X. which stands for Language Learning Experience. This is the phone app that I described above. Product#2 is called B.L.X. which stands for Business Learning Experience. This application as well as the rest of my products will follow the same pattern and/or learning style than the one used in L.L.X. The types of simulated real life experiences and content will clearly vary in each of the products. Depending on the subject that we’re tackling, we’ll create simulated situations in 3D where users can learn psychological techniques that will help them deal with the challenges that come with the territory in each context.

The truth of the matter is that most successful businesses make their money off people’s ignorance and/or weaknesses. Therefore, by presenting solutions to the collective problems and frustrations that people face nowadays, we can definitely create a global empire. L.X.’s handful of products/phone applications will be used by anyone and everyone in the entire planet because they will be the exact solution to many of their personal issues. For instance, one of the apps I was thinking about is called S.L.X. which stands for Seduction Learning Experience. In this app, we can teach shy males and/or females how to interact with the opposite sex by presenting them with simulated real life situations in 3D where they’ll be forced to socialize. The bottom line here is that people learn things by doing them and taking action. This is exactly why shy individuals never learn to attract the opposite sex. They basically never attempt to learn how to socialize effectively because they’re petrified of rejection. So it goes without saying that my company will literally make the world a better place by providing people all over the globe with applications that they can use “anytime, anywhere” in order to improve any areas of their lives. 

Please click the following link for more details regarding the L.X. Project:

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Furthermore, I’ve also come up with additional excellent mobile app ideas. Hopefully you end up liking my ideas a lot to make you want to help me implement them and materialize them into physical form. As you can tell, I’m really looking forward to catching your interest on these projects.

THESE ARE MY ADDITIONAL APP IDEAS:

1)  “An app that measures people’s energy levels as well as their health, mental, emotional, psychological and physical states. Doctors can tell a whole lot about a person’s health conditions simply by measuring their heartbeats. And Apple’s new watch comes with a technology that monitors people’s heartbeats 24/7. Therefore, software developers can use this technology as a platform to create entirely new apps. By combining two or more existing elements, we can create new ones. As a result, finding someone in the medical field that is able to provide developers with intelligence as to what type of health related information can be gained from monitoring people’s heartbeats will bring about newer and better apps.”

2)  “An app that will help the average person to compose their own songs. The app will come with a wide variety of music tones, beats, melodies or tunes. And it will facilitate ideas in the song writing process by showing up already written templates as well as words that rhyme with whatever has been previously written by the user. This feature could certainly help start and/or finish a song whenever the user is struggling to come up with ideas. Users can use this app for professional purposes as well as for fun.”

3)  “Whiteboard, an app that helps people draw or write their raw ideas onto a white space. This app allows users to illustrate or express their feelings, emotions and thoughts using a wide variety of tools and features in real time. As a result, users can analyze the data that they’re expressing as well as come up with even newer data on the go. In other words, users will be able to combine, interpret and record raw information at their convenience.”

4)  “An app that allows musicians all over the world to connect with one another. The app can be extremely useful for beginning musicians and/or talented individuals seeking support from more experienced ones. A space where people seeking involvement in the music industry can interact with others that are already involved in it. This type of service can make it extraordinarily easy for people to build new music bands as well as an amazing support system. Needless to say, the app will simply provide a networking platform for all kinds of musicians all over the world to exchange information. As a result of these interactions, limitless amounts of successful businesses can be created in the music industry.”

5)  “An app that facilitates the process of trading stocks in the global market. Business people would certainly benefit from having a phone app that makes it really easy for them to buy/sell stocks anytime, anywhere.”

6)  “An app that lets people know how drunk they are. The app can test people’s level of drunkenness by either asking them to fill out captcha messages or by demanding the completion of tasks on a simple yet fun virtual 3D game.”

7)  “An app called ‘Party Partner’ A social network where people of similar interests can connect and arrange meetings to go out and party.”

8)  “An app that offers users who are unsuccessful in the dating scene a space where they can interact with one another. The purpose of this app would be to help its users figure out techniques to improve their own dating game. The hope is that in talking about their past failures with other lonely/sexually frustrated users, they can start to become aware of solutions, feel encouraged to change their old habits and ultimately overcome their long lasting fears of rejection. This app could be customized for men as well as for women, meaning that the men’s section would be completely different than and unlinked to the women’s. As a result of this, the app could also offer a paid/upgraded feature where users from one section can interact with users of the opposite sex/section.”

9)  “Chooz it, an app that helps its users make decisions on the daily basis. After users insert their personal list of choices, the app will present them with every option’s pros and cons alongside a percentage number. The evaluation criteria the app will use would be based on the risk level that every scenario displays according to reliable on-line sources. Users will ultimately hold full responsibility for the consequences that their final decision/s might bring to their lives.”

10)  “An app that provides travelers and immigrants with immigration law and regulation tips from the most visited countries in the world. This will help individuals comply with international laws while making their journeys happen in a more effective and efficient manner.”

11)  “An app that helps guide refugees in their own language to their desired destinations as well as care centers. In other words, a GPS/Siri system customized for refugees.”

12)  “An app connecting refugees with First World Countries’ entities and organizations offering free transportation, shelter, meal and counselling services. A social network for refugees and people that are capable and willing to help them out.”

13)  “Research should also be done on whether or not social network apps for recovering cancer patients, cancer patient survivors, recovering alcoholics, recovering drug addicts, wounded veterans, handicap people as well as older folks have already been created. There could definitely be a market for that. And we would be helping people along the way by creating these types of support system apps. The possibilities are endless!”

I’d like to conclude by stating the fact that at the moment I’m looking for access to capital as well as legal advice on how to establish, register and scale a company in the U.S., U.K., Canada or any other first world country.  I’d also appreciate your guidance on how to get all of my ideas patented because I’m really concerned about other people stealing my dream from me. So whatever resources you can actually provide me with, I will be forever grateful with you from the bottom of my heart. With that said, I really hope you’re having a fantastically productive year 2017!

Thank you very much for your time to read this. 

Sincerely, 
 
Carlos Vera
E-mail: carlosalberto_543@hotmail.com / charles69999@gmail.com
Skype: carlosalberto9999
Twitter: @charlescv999
Copyright © 2015-2017 Carlos Vera. All Rights Reserved.