See the blog for details on how to enter and qualify. And please leave a comment here on my blog, which is what I need to qualify. Thanks.
More importantly, and whether you leave a comment for me or not:
If you are also participating in the contest, let me know (comment below or email me at http://buzzpal.com/contact). I am happy to drop by your blog and leave a comment for you. In fact, I really, really want to! Why?
- Because I have an abundance philosophy in life.
- I believe in paying it forward.
- I believe in helping others and benefiting the community as much as I can and in whatever way I can, even if it comes at a (hopefully small) cost to me.
- We all benefit from helping each other.
The point is that I think this contest is a really cool (and free) way we can help each other, including, of course, Ryan Carson and Carsonified team, who made it possible.
So, if you are participating in this contest, please let me know. I hope to see a comment from me on whoever win’s blog!
PS: If I can, I will help you in other ways, just let me know.
Last week I helped YOOSE (and they helped me), an awesome Seedcamp startup that I offered my (BuzzPal) TechCrunch demo table to. I would have done it free, but I was already sleeping on a couch for the week to afford to come to London, plus it was fair to share the cost, and they could, so we split it 50/50.
Besides YOOSE winning (got to demo), the TechCrunch event won (one more startup demo would have been the case otherwise), all attendees won (they got to see and meet one more startup), and I won (I got the satisfaction of putting together this deal and benefiting 100+ people, while at the same time reducing my costs and not costing anyone any lost revenue b/c this was done at the last minute, after sponsorship sales had ended).
Not only that, but the sponsor of The Carsonified Golden Ticket contest, Ryan Carson, came up and engaged me in a fun and friendly conversation that covered many topics, from him, his girl, and his projects to me, my girl, and my projects. We also talked about how BuzzPal can people who attend their events, which we can do (once we launch) in many ways. Many more ways than the one I highlight in my Seedcamp OpenCoffee video interview.
A pic I took while Mike Butcher, Ryan Carson, Alfie Dennen, myself, and a few others entered the underground club in Fulham Thursday night (after the TechCrunch party ended). Good times. Good people!
PPS: The point of life.