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Living The Good Life Twitter (After)Party
We had a Twitter party way back on April 21st. I wanted to follow-up to share what happened and say thanks to everyone who showed up.
What's a Twitter Party?
Sometimes you do something that makes sense to you and realize that other people have no idea what you're talking about. It turns out that I didn't do a good enough job of explaining the Twitter Party before it happened.
Given that Living The Good Life was as much a community project as it was a commercial effort, it made sense to me that the Twitter Party should be about and support the community. I contacted some contributors and supporters to see if they'd contribute prizes, and they graciously agreed. I asked Jonathan Fields and Pam Slim to be the conversants for the conversational piece, and they graciously agreed, too.
The three of us jumped on the phone and had a great conversation about the strategies and challenges of living the good life, and the people who joined were able to hear via phone and participate via Twitter. We pulled some questions from the tweetstream, and Karl Staib had his hands full keeping up with the live conversation, the tweet stream, and giving away the prizes.
In other words, fun was had by all.
Here Are The Prizes We Gave Away
I recorded quick introductions for all but the Escape Community - sorry about that, Pam! I'm sharing those videos with you because they really are great products that I want you to know about.
Unleash Your Confidence
Reclaim Your Dreams
I Am Not Superwoman
Life On Your Terms
The Bottom Line for Fuck It!
The Blogger's Guide To Effective Writing
Life After College
Ship It, Poke The Box & Linchpin
Membership to the Escape from Cubicle Nation Community
Living The Good Life
A copy of Living The Good Life was won by Natalie Currie.
The grand prize, a set of all of the Productive Flourishing suite of products, was won by Rebecca Prien.
Who Partied With Us?
I didn't do as good of a job of capturing everyone who showed up as I would've liked and, by the time I initiated this wrap-up project, we couldn't search by hashtag anymore and we missed a lot of people. If you showed up and we missed you, sorry! We could only pull up the people who used my twittername.
Join Us Next Time!
We had a blast doing this one and will probably do another one sometime in the next few months. Thank you to everyone who contributed and participated.
I hope you join us next time - we'll do a better job of keeping you in the loop, and know you know what it's about.