Have you ever wished you could do a thing that you already could do, but by using an expensive gadget? Now you can.
Bradley Michaels is a budding entrepreneur who recently moved to Silicon Valley in pursuit of the big dream. His most recent invention is called DisabilitySolved™, and it aims to solve a problem that he’s guessing every single disabled person faces daily.
“I learned in business school that successful entrepreneurs solve problems, and no group has more problems than disabled people,” said the aspiring tech mogul. “They’re literally not able to do things; it’s right in the name of their demographic group. I know I was onto something by acknowledging their existence.”
The Elon Musk wannabe announced his creation with a demo video containing a 3D rendering of a prototype of a conceptualization of a hypothetical product. And while it doesn’t exist in the physical sense just yet, he feels the concept alone is worth the $400,000 in funding that he is seeking. “I considered directly asking disabled people about my idea, but that felt too obvious, so I didn’t.”
Although that may seem like a foolish level of confidence, it could be working to woo investors. “That logic is the kind of unique perspective we look for in the tank,” said Kevin O’Leary, the notable Shark Tank star and real-life Ebenezer.
All the signs are pointing in the right direction for Michaels, but the ultimate question remains: will disabled people want this? If only there were a way to know.