To celebrate the end of 2009 and the Christmas season, we’re giving away prizes on WorkAwesome and FreelanceSwitch. All you have to do to enter is tell us the most important thing you learned about getting ahead in the office this year in the comments–but make sure you read the instructions below before you do so!
We have some software from Marketcircle to give away. WorkAwesome readers can get their hands on a copy of Daylite and Daylite Touch, while FreelanceSwitch readers could receive a free copy of Billings. We’ll be giving away three copies of Daylite and Daylite Touch this week.
We’re also giving away ThinkGeek products (because they’re awesome). In each article throughout the week, we’ll tell you what that day’s ThinkGeek prize is, and provide you with special instructions for entering for that draw.
Since this is a week so many people take off work and away from the Internet, it’s a great way to show your dedication and work ethic. Publicize your entrepreneurial spirit by entering awesome giveaways all week!
How to Enter
To win a copy of Daylite and Daylite Touch, leave a comment on this post telling us the most important lesson you learned in 2009 about getting ahead in the office.
Make sure you use a valid email address with your comment, so we can let you know you’ve won.
Marketcircle develops software for the Mac only. If you’re not a Mac user, we’ve got ThinkGeek giveaways lined up throughout the week, which you can enter by following the instructions on our regular content this week.
- Employees and contractors of Envato, past and present, can’t enter (but you can bathe in the residual awesomeness of having worked with us, which we feels makes up for it).
- I select the winners at my sole discretion, based on how awesome I think the entries are.
- Entries close on Christmas Day, Australian timezone (that’s the 25th of December, in case you didn’t know). You can bet your mother’s uncle I won’t be checking them on that day, but that’s when the deadline is!
- You must be 18 or above to enter. Sorry to be a bunch of Scrooges, but Santa has monopolised the youth market already.