What Did You Learn in 2006?
Answer that question on your blog. Link back here and email me directly (so I know!)
And you’ll be included in the growing list of submissions to this group writing project.
The response has been awesome. We’ve collected $260 for charity so far. My goal was $300.
The deadline is today! Of course it’s Xmas Eve, but there may be a few of you out there that still sneak your lessons learned posts online. (And, if you’re a day or two late, I’ll forgive you, promise. But get in touch so I know you’re writing something!)
With that in mind, this could be the last batch. We’ll see. Six great posts with some wonderful lessons learned, a good amount of humor and entertainment to boot. Enjoy.
- Kirsten Harrell learned that bloggers are awesome! Hard to disagree with that.
- Karen lists 3 things she’s learned in 2006. I envy her ability to not dwell on mean people, and completely agree with her notion of living for now.
- Jim Estill has a handful of things he’s learned this year including a great lesson, “successful people do tough things.” Yup, sacrifice, make tough decisions, step out onto a road with blazing traffic (don’t do that last one.)
- Jonathan Karpfen puts a bit of a twist on the group writing project. He’s collected a “best of” list from his peers at Airborne Entertainment. There’s certainly an eclectic mix of lessons learned. Amanda learned that chicken needs to be refrigerated, while Aron learned the importance of communication. From reading Jonathan’s post I learned that Airborne Entertainment is…an interesting place.
- Miriam Schwab learned the importance of diversifying your marketing strategy. With the accessibility and relative low cost of some marketing efforts like blogging, etc. this makes complete sense.
- Greg Balanko-Dickson presents What I Learned in 2006. Greg takes an interesting approach to his blog post; giving us his lessons learned on a monthly basis!