I needed a distraction, and fast. My toddler desperately wanted to cross the two-lane street to run up and down the ramp leading up to the bank, and it was minus 30 outside. Not counting the wind-chill factor.
That’s Celcius, people.
Quick thinker that I am, I ducked into the local magazine store, allowing my toddler to breeze up and down the aisle of glossy covers, grabbing headlines and attractive photos in search of large quantities of gummy bears and Dora the Explorer game cards.
Since Dora doesn’t really turn my crank but magazines do, I perused the offerings on display, quickly skipping over anything French (50% of the mags for sale), the selection of beauty and fashion mags (I’m not their target market) and porn. (Alright, I gave that a quick glance, I admit.)
That left me with a choice of equestrian magazines, PC and computer selections, and business-related options.
There it was: Unlimited.
It was bold. It was upfront. It had great headlines like “Who Doesn’t Want to Be a Millionaire,” “Truth or Share: This Man Dares Downtown to Think Different,” and “Bringing Home the Bacon.” Goals, originality and money.
I was hooked.
I’m still hooked, a week later. I’ve read every article in the magazine more than once and I’ve written a letter to Unlimited telling them about their great publication. I’m sure they already know, but compliments are always nice to receive.
The magazine’s whole style and tone is one of innovative, snappy content and regular people turning entrepreneur. It’s about real people like me, leading the new trend of the business world. It’s about drive, determination and changing the face of just who sets the standards today.
It’s guaranteed, too: “We guarantee you’re going to find the content really useful and relevant, or your money back.” Seriously – what magazine guarantees their content?
It’s jazzy and hip. It’s slick. It’s right up there for quality. It’s distinctly Canadian, which is cool as hell, but Unlimited applies to anyone in business, no matter where you live.
Even better? Unlimited lets you subscribe right online through PayPal. No credit cards required.
If you’re 25 to 40, if you’re an entrepreneur, if you’re young and dynamic and your business is on the up and coming, then you need to get a subscription to Unlimited. Today. Now.
(No, I wasn’t paid to write any of this review. This is my honest opinion.)