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Our World Tomorrow

175$ Are Still Open for Grabs in This Easy Writing Competition

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If you’re looking for a quick way to add a couple of dollars to your vacation purse. This might be it.

So far, there are very few submissions to the “Our World Tomorrow” writing challenge, so the chance of your story making it into the top 3 is pretty high.

I must say I was pretty surprised how few people are interested in writing about the future of work, society, technology, or climate change. Or maybe I haven’t figured out the right places to post about it. Facebook and Twitter definitely didn’t help with visibility.

Let me try again! The challenge is still open until the 31st of July.

I’m looking for people who want to discuss and write about what our world will look like in the future—stories about your hopes and visions for the future of our planet.

I’m giving away 175$ to the 3 winning entries — the first place will receive 100$, the second place 50$, and the third place will receive 25$.

You can find all the details on how to enter here:

I look forward to reading your ideas and stories. If you have questions about the process, leave a comment on this article!

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If you’re not a medium member yet and want to support me, maybe you’d like to sign up through my referral link. If you do, I’ll make a little money off my writing. Or buy me a coffee. Both would help support this challenge and others in the future, so thank you in advance 🙂




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Ronke Babajide

Ronke Babajide

Woman in IT, Natural Scientist, Life Coach, Speaker, Podcaster, Founder. Writes about Work, Tech, Science, Personal Growth & Life