Each Friday, I open the brag basket as a fun place to give someone a pat on the back, brag, or promote yourself and your projects.
Tony Katz explained why this matters:
It’s ok to have success, it’s ok to have great things happen in your life and it is ok to talk about those things. Embrace the good things that happen and the work that it took to get the good things to happen. Then, focus on more good things, and make them happen. The vision is only achieved through the action.
Last week, we had a flood of wonderful brags, compliments, and comments, even a few contributions from Twitter! What will you put in the Brag Basket this week?
You can brag on a friend, your own project, yourself, others, anything! You don’t need special permission or anything. Just leave a comment right here. There’s no deadline, so you can brag anytime during the weekend, and I’ll open a fresh Brag Basket each Friday.
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Carolyn Stevenson says
I’m new here. I’ve been reading your site for a while and thought I’d join in since I’ve got my website up & running for my therapy practice. I’m still working on the site, so any feedback would be welcome.
Sandra Sims says
This week I enjoyed some accidental PR. A reporter for the USA Weekend paper included my website URL as a place to go on the net for fundraising tips. They also included a live link on their website. Traffic and newsletter subscriptions were triple on Sun and Mon!
Becky McCray says
Carolyn, welcome, and congrats! You are off to a terrific start on your site! Those testimonials on the front page are a powerful feature. Please, come back again and again!
Sandra, great to hear from you again! What a cool recognition of the quality of info you share. The fact that so many of them are choosing to subscribe shows that you truly provide great fundraising tips!
Great Blog! Perfect for small businesses in Rural America. You have a good perspective that works. Respectfully, John Stack, Founder, http://www.epaperchase.com
Becky McCray says
John, thanks for stopping in! Come back anytime, and brag!