One Friday Morning 02.15.13

We think this contest is a wonderful opportunity for NASMM Senior Move Managers! Can you illustrate your passion, purpose, and professionalism for serving older adults in transition with a single photo? Here’s your chance, courtesy of The New York Times Small Business Blog:



Your business in a photo.
The New York Times
February 14, 2013  

Can You Capture the Soul of Your Business in a Photo?


Introducing the Money Shot.

Here at You’re the Boss we’ve started a new feature intended to help people understand what it means to run a small business. If you can capture the soul of your business in one photograph, please submit it here along with a paragraph (200 words or less) that identifies anyone or anything in the photo that requires identification and explains what the photo says about your business.

Please don’t send us product shots! And please don’t send us marketing shots! Instead, see if you can capture something about the ups and downs, the endless learning curve, the grind, the freedom, and the rewards of, yes, building something.

If we choose your photograph, we will include it in a special archive and we may also post it on our Facebook page and highlight it on this blog.

3 thoughts

  1. Entering contests is a great idea. This ione especially does not take a lot of time; there is NO downside to doing this, and you may be able to use what you develop for other purposes as well.
    Plus, even if you don’t win, sometimes being a finalist gets you as much PR as winning. I don’t know if the Moving Solutions blog will win the award, but as a Finalist, I get to use the Finalist badge for a year. As I see it, I’ve already won. Go for it.

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