From Nancy B:
Pimpin' Ken Turns Successful Book Into Online Curriculum
Milwaukee, WI - The principles of pimping, according to former pimp-turned-author, Pimpin' Ken, can be applied to the every day lives of the average citizen; from the decisions they make in their friendships and relationships to the roads they take in their business lives, and this is the basis of the curriculum at Pimpin' Ken's newly founded Pimp College.
Using the rules set forth in his highly successful book, "Pimpology: The 48 Laws of the Game" (Simon & Schuster, 2008), Professor Ken and fellow former pimp and protege, T.P. (Truth & Power), will conduct online classes, 48 in all, to those seeking to have more leverage in their day-to-day interactions with the people in their lives.
In Ken's opinion, there is little difference in the way business is conducted in the streets or the boardroom. There are sharks everywhere and the stakes are high. By applying the principles broken down within the curriculum at Pimp College, you can always be assured of coming out on top. Gender is not an issue either for this is not about learning how to become a pimp. It is simply a way for Ken and T.P. to pass along the 'game' they have learned on their own journeys from doing street business to starting and running their own very successful business franchises. The combined businesses of these two entrepreneurs includes the production of 4 popular documentaries, a successful book release, an internet radio show, a rent-to-own realty agency, a fleet of vending machines, a record label and music collaborations with everyone from Puffy to Pimp C. All this from intelligently applying the principles each of them took away from their early years conducting business in the streets.
Classes at Pimp College will include examples like, "Law #2 - Get a name in the game" during which students are taught the importance of branding; how to go about it and how to keep the brand fresh. Other examples are "Law #12 - Ain't no love in the game" where Professor Ken explains the importance of keeping your emotions out of your business dealings. As Ken puts it, "For a business to be successful, the bottom line must be the only thing you commit to. Feelings and emotions are irrelevant when it comes to making money. Business is no place for love. Money is all that matters; when the stock drops, drop the stock."
Ten minute snippets of each new class will be posted to www.pimpinken.net every 2 weeks and Ken's 48 class curriculum can be purchased via his site from which buyers will be sent a secret access code upon completion of purchase.
Also on the horizon for Ken is release of his new book, "The Art of Human Chess" and a collaborative CD and multi-city tour with T.P. Stay tuned for details.
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