One of our most popular resources in the last year was the 2012 Seize the Year calendar. So many people across the country have used the innovative calendar to plan their work and work their plans, which is why we’re pleased to announce the arrival of two new Sieze the Year calendars:
- Seize the Year 2013 Calendar (January 2013 – December 2013)
- Seize the Year 2012/13 Academic Calendar (August 2012 – July 2013)
And not only are there two formats for Seize the Year calendars (standard and academic year), each calendar is also available in two finishes: Dry Erase and Uncoated. If you want to make plans and adjust on the fly, the Dry Erase option is probably your best choice. Or if you prefer to fill your calendar with a pen or permanent marker, the Uncoated option is the way to go.
However you divide up your year, and however you prefer to make your plans, there’s a Seize the Year calendar that’s just right for you. In fact, you might need both a Dry Erase calendar and an Uncoated calendar, the former for making plans and the latter for keeping track of the wins throughout the year.
See the new Seize the Year calendars here.
Also in the Store, we have four new Echo shirts.
These shirts made their debut at Echo 2012 in July, and we’re thrilled to share them with you online. They look great, and they’re printed on American Apparel so they fit and feel great too. Oh, and they’re just $20 each to boot.
See the new Echo shirts here.
So there you have it — a nice batch of new resources that are perfect for artists, geeks, and storytellers.
Scott McClellan is the Editor of Echo Hub and the Director of Echo Conference. You can follow him on Twitter: @scottmcclellan.