Chi Kung Competition
This is probably my most favourite post to date. It’s post number 94 on the qigong15 blog. I made my first blog post: Flu Seasons Coming And Some Bug Is Gonna Getcha! on 17th November 2009. So that’s an average of 2.7 posts per week. Not bad.
To be honest I thought I was going to run out of blog material months ago. To celebrate the continued success of Qigong15 being the home of chi kung and qigong goodness online, I’ve decided to run a competition.
Here’s what it is:
I’m expecting to make my 100th blog post towards the end of next week and I want it to be a r-e-a-l-l-l-l-y good one. Now I have a few ideas of my own, but I think it would be lovely to open it up to you guys and girls. So why don’t you tell me what you’d like to see for the content of blog post 100?
Just think of a title or subject matter and send it to me at: marcus ‘at’ qigong15 ‘dot’ com (replacing ‘at’ with ‘@’ and ‘dot’ with ‘.’ – I hate spam!), or you could leave a comment in the box below, or on my Facebook page. Up to you.
But all entries must be in by 23:59 GMT Saturday 31st July 2010. I’ll choose the best, or most creative, or most silly, the one that grabs my attention and write a minimum of 500 words on it. As this is a chi kung blog, then it might be best to keep the subject of blog post 100 on chi kung, but don’t necessarily let that stop you. Oh, and feel free to suggest more than 1 idea.
The winner will receive the following unique prize:
It a gift box version of my book Shaolin Chi Kung – 18 Exercises To Help You Live A Longer, Healthier and Happier Life. There are no physical versions of this book available for sale, so not is it the only one left, but it’s the only one that has been gift boxed like this. It is very special (I can always tell a good prize, because I don’t want to part with it).
It is also a first edition, you can tell, because p.119 is wrong. There should be a ‘demo’ plate of me showing the ‘signature’ of the chi kung/qigong exercise Lift Heels Bend Knees, but instead there is the ‘instruction’ plate. This was corrected in the 2nd edition.
I still can’t believe I missed this error in the final proof, but there you go, nothings perfect =) I’ll also sign it, date it, put a nice message in it. Who knows in years to come it could be valuable.
As this is a competition, here’s the fine print: No cash alternative available, may common sense prevail, my decision is final, I will ship this anywhere in the world and are you still reading this instead of coming up with ideas?
Okay, get your thinking caps on and I look forward to hearing from you…
Marcus James Santer