Mad Libs: The Game of Sales, Part I

October 13, 2015

Top 3 Submissions

Below are the Top 3 Submissions, in no order, from our Mad Libs competition. The entries were scored on creativity and cohesion to theme. Stay tuned for the overall winner, announced Thursday, October 15th!

In a moderndigital, and antisocial world, one sales ninja worked day and night to meet his numbers. However, there were dark forces against him. It was nearly impossible to meet foils, and he just couldn’t continue to fall short. There were simply too many activities to complete. As the month came to a close, panic began to set in. Yet just in the nick of time, a soothsayer came to the rescue, making an irresistible offer: “My team and I will double your productivity for no additional pain.” Naturally the sales ninja accepted, soaring above all monthly targets. “But how did you do it?” his boss inquired. “I started looking at sales from the InsideOut,” he annoyingly replied.

David Ruiz of AppCrest

In a darkshadowy, and black world, one sales hobbit worked day and night to meet his numbers. However, there were forces of dark sorcery swirling against him. It was nearly impossible to meet Sauron’s goal of required orb production, and he just couldn’t afford to fall short. There were simply too many activities to complete. As the month came to a close, panic began to set in. Yet just in the nick of time, a very beautiful elf came to the rescue, making an irresistible offer: “My team and I will double your productivity for no additional sacrificial old hobbits.” Naturally the sales hobbit accepted, soaring above all monthly targets. “But how did you do it?” his boss inquired. “I started looking at sales from the InsideOut,” he wisely replied.

Lara White of BDNA

In a plaidstriped, and spandex world, one sales geek worked day and night to meet his numbers. However, there were resource zombies against him. It was nearly impossible to meet lofty waypoints, and he just couldn’t dare to fall short. There were simply too many activities to complete. As the month came to a close, panic began to set in. Yet just in the nick of time, Chad the accelerator came to the rescue, making an irresistible offer: “My team and I will double your productivity for no additional copper.” Naturally the sales geek accepted, soaring above all monthly targets. “But how did you do it?” his boss inquired. “I started looking at sales from the InsideOut,” he blissfully replied.

Mike Blair of MCS Business Technologies