I am opening up a search for an entrepreneur who will partner with me to grow the 100 Thing Challenge community and create services for it. This is not so much a job you can apply to as it is an opportunity you can help me create.
My vision for the 100 Thing Challenge is to build off of its sustained success and worldwide interest, turning the spectacle of the challenge (one guy living with 100 things) into a doable lifestyle of simplicity for many people. There are more details to share, yet the vision needs your insight and personality to make it more than I could on my own.
You must be passionate about simplicity. You should believe that the pursuit of simplicity is among the most needed lifestyle choices for people in our world today. You do not have to be a simplicity guru. I am not. You do not have to have all the answers to the world’s consumerism problems. I do not. You do not need to have an uncluttered desk. Sometimes, I do not. You just need to be serious about simplicity. I am. And, other people want to be and they need our help.
No resume submittal needed. You will get my attention if you have previous entrepreneurial experience you can explain. That experience need not have anything to do with simplicity. (E.g. I cofounded the publishing company that is now eChristian.com.) Technology should be second nature to you. You should not be motivated by making money but be serious about making money. Speaking of which, this is not a paid position. It is also not a sales position. It’s a partnership opportunity with equitable compensation as we develop and provide meaningful services for the 100 Thing Challenge community.
There’s day to day work to be done, too. I would like to find a person who can contribute to the 100 Thing Challenge blog. Please send a writing sample. Also, help with the 100 Thing Challenge Facebook page is needed. You should be comfortable with social media of all kinds.
I could say more. Please reach out with creative submissions. If you know of someone who you think would be interested, please pass this opportunity along.
Send submissions to: dave @ 100thingchallenge . com