So we’ve reached the end of Act I.
It was an intense two-and-a-half months, but we all survived it— and even did so without any major injuries.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with the format, PFC is divided into chapters and acts. Each week is a chapter. Ten chapters is an act.
PFC launched ten weeks ago now (it feels like ten months, personally!), which means we’ve arrived at our quarterly three-week break from the usual posts.
We’ll resume the regular format with Chapter I of Act II, which will begin on July 15.
In the meantime, we have several exciting things planned which we hope you’ll be a part of.
Among other things, we’ll be hosting another Idea Swap over on Facebook, producing an Intro to PFC video series, and spreading the word about PFC through guest-posts on other popular blogs.
We’ll have more details on these coming soon. Until then, here are a few things we’d really love for you to do:
1) Subscribe to the weekly newsletter. This is something new we’ll be starting with Act II, and we hope for it to become our primary way of connecting with you. I promise never to spam you (you’ll get 1-2 emails a week, tops), but having a single way of contacting people is incredibly important these days.
2) Shoot me an email. As great as conversations on blogs, Twitter, Facebook, etc. can be, they still don’t compare to a good email conversation. I’d really love to hear your thoughts / questions about Act I and any ideas / suggestions for Act II. So, send me an email and say hello (dsmith236 at gmail dot com).
3) Tell a friend about PFC. At its core, this site is about a few fundamental convictions. Our goal isn’t to sell you anything. It’s not to become famous or successful. It’s about believing in something so strongly that you simply have to act. Accordingly, if you share those same convictions, I’d ask that you act by having a conversation with someone you know, and tell them about the quest we’ve all begun.
Finally, I want to say thanks to all of you for joining in over these first ten weeks. It may be cliche, but I can truly say that it wouldn’t have been possible without you.
*Photo Credit: Kristina Alex Anderson (Creative Commons)