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.
Simple as that! The graphic used in this post should not be reused without Tony D. Clark’s permission but you’ll find a graphic you can use on other posts. Here’s a good example.