AWAI Writing Challenge:
What Have You Accomplished?

This week’s topic: Tell us how you’ve used the persuasion skills you’re learning from AWAI to accomplish something important to you. It can be something little like getting your kids to clean up their room … or something big like landing your first copywriting or graphic design client.

In 1,000 words or less tell us what you accomplished … and how you did it. Did you use the 4 P’s … or, at least, did you realize at the time that you were convincing him through painting a picture, making him a promise, offering proof, and finally giving him that all-important push?

Send your essay to me at kyeakle@awaionline.com with “Here’s What I Accomplished” in the subject line.

I’ll pick one winner from the entries received each week. All winners will get a $50 gift certificate to our e-bookstore and will have their essay published on the AWAI website.

Deadline for this week’s challenge: April 28, 2009.

The winner will be announced in next week’s issue of Inside AWAI.

Have fun!

Work with the AWAI Team on a Real Writing Project!

“Simulated Training” is AWAI’s newest interactive learning where you get to work directly with AWAI’s copy chief on a real writing project.

Not only will you experience what it’s like to write for a real client — you’ll learn what to do at every stage of the writing process … plus you’ll get live personal feedback on your writing.

And right now, we’re offering a limited number of spots FREE to members of our highest level of learning.

Go here now for full details …


Click to Rate:
No ratings yet
Published: April 24, 2009

Guest, Add a Comment
Please Note: Your comments will be seen by all visitors.

You are commenting as a guest. If you’re an AWAI Member, Login to myAWAI for easier commenting, email alerts, and more!

(If you don’t yet have an AWAI Member account, you can create one for free.)


This name will appear next to your comment.


Your email is required but will not be displayed.


Text only. Your comment may be trimmed if it exceeds 500 characters.

Type the Shadowed Word
Too hard to read? See a new image | Listen to the letters


Hint: The letters above appear as shadows and spell a real word. If you have trouble reading it, you can use the links to view a new image or listen to the letters being spoken.

(*all fields required)