Starting this week I launched a group writing project asking the question, “What Did You Learn in 2006?”
The response has been amazing! I’ve posted 15 submissions already. Please take a look here, here and here. There’s a lot of great writing; people opening up, sharing their lessons learned, ranging from motherhood to business and more.
For each submission I’m donating $5 to charity.
There’s also some great book prizes to be won!
And, here are 5 more submissions:
- Robert Hruzek takes a somewhat offbeat approach with what he’s learned and it’s well worth the read. It’s hard not to laugh when you discover that 1 in 18 people have a 3rd nipple.
- Michael Stammer has a great list of things he’s learned including one of the best ones I’ve read so far, “The time to make my friends is before I need them.”
- Shawn Hessinger is rumored to be writing upwards of 10 posts about what’s he’s learned this year! Woohoo! In the meantime, his first one is about the fact that he’s truly learned he’s an entrepreneur.
- Katelyn Thomas learned some great things about her stamping hobby. Most interesting to me is the fact that such a strong community can exist around a hobby. That’s a fun, lighthearted but powerful reality.
- Paul Merrill (who lives in Nairobi) learned that what he knows isn’t necessarily right along with a few other things.
You have until Sunday, December 24th to contribute. Write a blog post answering the question, What Did You Learn in 2006? Link it back to Instigator Blog and tell me about it. That’s it!
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