Thursday, November 26, 2009

Reptile Versus Mammal Respiration

100 days to become a better person

is the challenge proposed Josie Long , under the London Word Frestival 2010.

Josie, actress, coordinates and participates in this project with a group of fellow musicians, actors and writers. She invites you to join this project. This is to make resolutions, initiatives that will make you a better person day after day for 100 days. For example, you decide to learn a foreign language, be more considerate with your family, put you in the gym, write an entry in your journal every day ... anything that would make you tend towards a better self.

I find the idea very appealing and very web 2.0. It's like a challenge that we set off to itself with a community of strangers watching you.

How does it work?

1 - Must register before December 1 on website with their name, email address and its resolution.

2 - From 1 December, the resolution must be held and practiced every day for a period of 100 days (or beyond if your good you will be encouraged).

3 - Keep a diary of your activities when possible: notes, photos, videos ... and find the site of your progress.

One Hundred Days To Make Me A Better Person
Follow the project on Twitter
and soon Flickr

project not as Fun? Come on, it starts?


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