With a couple of days remaining on the group writing project I’ve still got quite a few submissions to publicize.
My original goal was 50 submissions for a total of $300. Including my own posts (I believe I’ve written 3 or 4 for the project) we’re now at $210. Not bad! We’re getting there!
Feel free to write more submissions, contact friends, spread the word, and help me reach my goal. It’ll mean $300 (or more!) to charity and lots of warm and fuzzy feelings all around.
In the meantime, here are 5 more submissions:
- Whitney Hoffman learned that turning 40 isn’t so bad. More than that, Whitney’s learned to care less about what other people think, a good lesson for all of us.
- Renee wants to write an ebook on how many things she learned, but she focuses on just one for this group writing project — the beauty of networking.
- Sashidhar Kokku has 15 things he’s learned this year. Some are professional others are extremely personal. Bravo for putting it all on the table Sashidhar.
- Rick Cockrum lists 4 things he’s learned this year. Rick always gets to the heart of the matter, and his lessons learned are no different. (I particularly like #2.)
- Tony D. Clark tackles some little things he’s learned this year. He starts his post off with a bang, “If you’re not learnin’, you’re dyin’.” Oh, and he created the awesome graphic on this post. He’s a great cartoonist.
To join this group writing project, all you need to do is:
- Write a post on your site that answers the question, “What Did You Learn in 2006?”
- Link it back to Instigator Blog and email me about it.