Another comment contest here on JobMob. Join in before Sunday night…
To celebrate the upcoming release of her book “Career Mapping: Charting Your Course in the New World of Work“, author Ginny Clarke is offering some copies as prizes for this contest.
This might involve changing to a new career or profession, or changes within your career such as a new company, a promotion, etc.
Some suggestions of what to write in your comment are:
Those are just suggestions, so feel free to write something else on topic.
Simple – Leave a memorable comment.
The winners will be the 5 people with the most memorable comments as judged by me. The funnier, the more unusual, the more personal, the better. No fiction please, only true stories if that's what your comment is about.
You, or anyone you know, can try to influence the choice of winners by leaving more comments in support.
5 people will win a free copy of Career Mapping: Charting Your Course in the New World of Work.
Winners in the US/Canada will win the paperback edition (a value of US$17.95) including shipping & handling, and will be requested to post a review of the book on Facebook (please say how you really feel, too). It would be great if you could upload a picture of yourself holding the book too, but that's not required, just hoped for 🙂
Winners in Israel, the UK or anywhere else outside of North America will win the ebook edition (sells for US$9.95), which also means they'll get to read it before the paperback winners.
Also, know that the official release date of the book is August 1st 2011, but all winners will receive their copies right away before anyone can even buy it, which I think is cool.
To be considered as entries in the contest, all comments must be submitted by this Sunday June 19th 2011, midnight PST, which is 10am Monday morning Israel time (check your local time here)
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