AHAmessages Spreadsheet for AHAbook (Read-Only)
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AHAbook title:Date:
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Subtitle:
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Author Name:Status:
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Writer Input SectionFor Editing Changes
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Section Number - Section TitleAHamessages™Automatic Character CountAHA #Here are suggested changes to the AHAmessages on the left. Automatic Character Count
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Section I - Section TitleIMPORTANT: This spreadsheet is a read-only spreadsheet. Please make a copy of the spreadsheet which makes you the owner and where you'll have the ability to edit. Please share the spreadsheet to mva.happyabout@gmail.com and mitchell.levy@gmail.com and give us editing access so we can review your AHAmessages30810
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Section II - Section TitleWrite your AHAmessage in this column and mind the character count. They must be 280 characters or less. You should shoot for 220 as the max.14030
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Section III - Section TitleThe section titles do not show up in the AHAthat, but do go on the THiNKaha® & Kindle eBooks as well as any physical books created. Please use them in this spreadsheet to help you with organizing and populating the content.22350
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Section IV - Section TitleNOTE: Please clump your AHAmessages into sections and include the appropriate section title at the top of the AHAmessages they represent.13770
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Section V - Section TitleUse relevant hashtags at the end of each AHAmessage. Capitalize each word in the hashtag. Watch our video on how to use hashtags: https://youtu.be/Rax4Na7EmKE15890
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Section VI - Section TitlePlease include your twitter handle in each AHAmessage for attribution. You may also use http://aha.pub/AuthorName which will make to lead to your LinkedIn profile.
@happyabout http://aha.pub/MitchellLevy
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Section VII - Section TitleGood luck! Please let us know if you have any questions by emailing submission@thinkaha.com or calling 408-257-3000.116130
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020Being digital and being in person are not really that different. Social should not feel overly technical. @JacobWarwick #TLL124
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021If you are not on social, then you could be missing several opportunities. @JacobWarwick #TLL93
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024This one doesn't make sense out of context42
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