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“Six Words About Work” Contest—Challenge #2 (3 more iPad2s & PlayBooks)

Sunday, July 17th, 2011

By Larry Smith

More than 2,500 submissions later, we’ve just wrapped up our first “Six Words About Work” challenge: My Job. We’ll announce judge Gretchen Rubin’s winners on this blog and Twitter at the end of the week—three people are about to be very happy with a new Ipad2 or BlackBerry PlayBook.

The good news: We’re giving away nine more. Our next challenge is called “Inspirations: What Inspires My Very Best Work.” Our judge is the incomparable Anne Ruddy, president of WorldatWork, a nonprofit providing education, conferences, and research focused on global human resources issues including compensation, benefits, work-life and integrated total rewards to motivate workers.

Challenge #2 (of four challenges this summer) continues through July 30. All entries also are eligible to be part of a special Six Words About Work book we’re publishing this fall. Enter as often as you like (but only on the contest page, not the comments area of this post), spread the word, and then get back to work…

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5 responses

  1. Mark says:

    Work? What work? Is my passion!

  2. Mark says:

    Checking online for openings. Unemployment sucks.

  3. Lindsey says:

    Do stuff, get paid, repeat indefinitely.

  4. Melinda says:

    How many winners are there for each category? The rules and earlier blog posts sound like one, but this blog post seems to say there will be 3 for each.

  5. racing says:

    No one can reject from the feature of this video posted at this site, good job, keep it all the time.

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