O Me of Little Faith

O Me of Little Faith

I Win! I Win!

If you voted, you probably received an email to this effect. If you didn’t vote, you probably don’t care anyway.

But the results of the ChangeEffect contest are in and my story about Paw-Paw was the big winner. Chicago, here I come.

Here’s a link to the announcement at ChangeEffect.

If you voted for me, told others to vote for me, or just read the story, thank you. I appreciate it very much. Never underestimate the power of a good story. Or the power of knowing lots of people. Or the power of that forward button in your email application.

Thanks again.

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posted February 2, 2008 at 2:14 pm

I enjoyed your story so much, and appreciated the ‘teacher’ mention, so I sent the story on to my teacher-friends. Many of them voted for you, and many refused to vote until they read all the stories. Lucky you, they liked yours the best. So did I.Congrats on the win, and I hope you have fun in Chicago. Don’t you think we are among the luckiest people alive to have been born into Paw-Paw’s family?Your cousin,~Elizabeth

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posted February 2, 2008 at 11:43 pm

Congratulations Jason! It’s cool when quantity and quality collide. The risk of running a viral marketing contest like this is that the winner with the most votes is often not the best choice. However, in this case, the best story won. We’re proud to have you as our winner.Tim EllensCHANGEffect

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