I don’t know if you guys ever watched the movie Garden State. There’s this particular scene that hits me right in the guts every time I watch it. Zach Braff’s character, Andrew Largeman, encounters an old acquaintance from high school, Karl, who works at the hardware shop.
Soon after they got caught up, Karl starts to pitch some kind of opportunity to Largeman and his girl friend in the middle of the shop. Karl was pitching in this REALLY cheesy way that’s not only annoying but repulsive. “Why is it always the losers that get caught up in the pyramid schemes?” one guy comments. That really hurts!
Even though you might never have watched this movie, I know that you’ve experienced this first hand, as the pitcher or the one being pitched.
I have. I was that pitcher. The person that people run away from.
I was taught by my … Read More