Submissions to the Group Writing Project keep coming. We’re asking people to tell us what they learned in 2006. In return, I’m donating $5 to charity per post and giving away some great prizes.
The writing project is ending December 24th…so there’s some time to get your post in. My goal was $300 … we’re very close!
The prizes include:
- Phil Gerbyshak’s book 10 Ways to Make It Great! (two signed copies!)
- The Monk and the Riddle: The Art of Creating a Life While Making a Living by Randy Komisar (recommended by Austin Hill)
- What No One Ever Tells You About Blogging and Podcasting by Ted Demopoulos
- Marketing Outrageously by Jon Spoelstra (recommended by Jim Kukral)
- Ron McDaniel of Buzzoodle has donated his book, Buzzoodle Buzz Marketing: 57 Word of Mouth Marketing Challenges for the Entire Workforce.
Prizes will be given away randomly next week once all the submissions are in.
In the meantime here are 5 more submissions to the writing project:
- Terry presents 1 Big and 12 Little Things I Learned From Blogging This Year. Terry’s big lesson is that he’s accelerated his own learning through blogging, which many people may overlook as a benefit.
- Emmanuel Oluwatosin has learned a number of valuable lessons as an entrepreneur including how much courage is needed to finish a project and how to handle failure.
- Shawn Hessinger is back with more lessons learned. Take a look at Bootstrapping is where it’s at, Perfect is the enemy of good enough and Roll with the punches.
- David Lambert has a couple of hard lessons learned this year. David watched the company he worked for close its doors. He learned what that’s like, and what it’s like to be searching for a job. He found one!
- Cody McKibben presents 5 Things 2006 Has Taught Me. I love Cody’s first lesson learned — “I need a muse.”
Thank you to everyone who has participated and promoted this effort. It’s been a blast!