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Writing Guidelines (Blog and Book)

The i'Mpossible Project is looking for guest bloggers and writers for The i'Mpossible Project blog and book —  where regular folks share a personal story of inspiration or an event in life where they overcame tremendous odds. Everyone has a powerful story to tell and something to teach the world—let us learn from you! (See below the guidelines to learn about the inspiration for The i'Mpossible Project)... A select few writers for The i'Mpossible Project will have their stories selected to be published in late 2015 as part of a compilation book The i'Mpossible Project, Vol. 1

Writer Guidelines
Your blog must be about you—an inspirational moment, an epiphany, finding your dream job, discovering your life’s purpose, your coming of age.
What did you learn, how has it changed your life, and what can the reader take away?

The fine-ish print

It can only be 1000 words maximum, including your bio (ratio no less than 4:1, content : bio). 
The piece must be credited to you. Anonymous pieces will be accepted at the discretion of blog administrator. No anonymous posts will be accepted for inclusion in the book. 
Short paragraphs and bullet points are welcome.
Pieces with grammar and spelling errors won’t be accepted.
No foul language in your piece.
Your piece can’t be overly promotional, it’s a story.
You can have outgoing links in the text, but not if they lead to spam. You can, at most, use 10 outgoing links.
Your piece can’t promote a religion or religious domination. However, you can write about your faith and how it’s impacted your life.
You may repost your own content on your site, blog, or on someone else’s website or blog as long as it’s properly attributed (and linked to) as having appeared on this blog first (if that is, indeed, the case).

Send inquiries and posts to: or 
Why is this "The i’Mpossible Project?"

Inspired by Josh Rivedal's book and one-man show The Gospel According to Josh: A 28-Year Gentile Bar Mitzvah. Gospel (non-religious) means "Good News" and Josh's good news is that he's alive, and thriving, able to tell his story and help other people.
On his international tour with his one-man show, he found incredible people who felt voiceless or worthless yet who were outstanding people with important personal stories waiting to be told. These personal stories changed his life and the life of the storyteller for the better. 
Josh's one-man show continues through 2015 and beyond and he is looking for people in all walks of life, online and offline, to help give them a voice and share their stories with the world.

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