Without you, the world cannot change.
Without your voice, others may not hear.
Without your action, some may not find inspiration.
With the unwavering faith of a child, the world is looking to you…
And you are poised to take the lead. Right this very minute, you are little more than a few mouse-clicks away from providing motivation to the masses.
Think Facebook! Boasting users in excess of 500 million, it’s a natural place to share the idea of ProjectHola! If you believe, as I do, that the simple act of wearing a name tag on September 3rd can help break down our invisible walls and make the world a friendlier place, then please take the following actions:
- Click the “Like” button on the ProjectHola! Facebook Page.
- Send this blog post to a friend.
With these two simple steps, you will help build the foundation of social proof needed to trigger an avalanche of participation on September 3rd. And make no mistake, without you it simply won’t be possible.
The world not only needs you, it’s depending on you.
Thanks for your help!
P.S. SURPRISE CONTEST / DRAWING for TEN FREE NAME TAGS!
To enter, simply post a comment on any ProjectHola! blog article between now and 9:00pm PDT Sunday, May 29, 2010.
The winner, drawn at random, will be announced within next Monday’s ProjectHola! blog article (May 30th).
This drawing is open to everyone, world-wide. The Ten Free Name Tags will be in English (as pictured above) and will be sent via the United States Postal Service.
So go ahead. Leave a reply. Feel free to share deep thoughts or to just say hello. All comments count. You’ll not only help build our community, you may get ten free name tags in the bargain!
Thank you for this, please sign up my name or whatever you do for the contest thanx!
I was going to ask you for nametags and the possibility of getting some for my family – and, look! You’re having a contest for them instead! Cool!
I “liked” you on Facebook! Now lets get this ball rolling!
I love the face with the map on it!
I love ProjectHola!
Thank you for giving me the courage to believe that I do matter and that no matter how small my actions might be, that I can make a change.