Friday Failure Club
I got a journal for Christmas, which I was very thankful for. It’s not a diary, it’s a journal.
So the purpose of my journal is to log specific actions that I take each day throughout the year to reach my goals. At the bare minimum, I want to sell this journal on December 31st 2012 for $10,000. That seems too much. Hmmm.
Well. The goals this year are to make, almost 2 million dollars and with a readership of around 3 people a day, it might make this goal a little …. challenging.. oh well, that what Friday Failure Club is all about. If I do make $2million dollars this year, I’m sure someone will give me $10,000 for my journal that will show you exactly how I did it.
I’ve got some really exciting thing coming in this new year. So keep watching.
Friday Failure Club — The Contest
I think I may post a schedule of my new post format for this new year.
But it may be better if you figure it out for yourself. I really don’t like to commit to when it comes to reliability. I am most always consistently inconsistent.
So, here’s a contest for you. If you can guess what my new daily post topic schedule will be, I’ll create a marketing email singing your praises out to my entire email list and send them all your way to look at your stuff. And if that doesn’t do it for you. Just let me know what you want and I’m sure I’ll comply (withing reason). I’ll give you until January 31st to figure it out. I’ve kept somewhat consistent with this over the last month. As long as you come close, I’ll cave. (Hint: Friday’s should be really easy.)
That being said, if you missed last week’s Failure Club, check it out here:
Friday Failure Club — The Rules
I just found some rules for starting our own Failure Club. If you want to go, I’d like to host one. Just email me with the subject Friday Failure Club and we’ll make a go of it. 2012 is going to be phenomenal for the comic book industry. I want you to join me in creating your own phenomenal story.
What did you learn this week on the show?
I learned writing is hard.
That writer should write about how hard writing is. She had everybody cracking up for a good 10 seconds. Hilarious. Just write from life, Meg.
Throw your thoughts right down there. I know it’s risky, but you can do it.