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The Story Contest: Get Your Story Published in Do Hard Things


Has Do Hard Things impacted your life?

Now is your chance to tell your story and have it published on or even in the next edition of Do Hard Things!

I’m looking for the biggest, craziest things people have done after being inspired by our message, as well as stories of the smallest, quietest decisions to be faithful at home, at school, and in your community.

We will be posting dozens of entries on this website and I will select a handful of top entries for publication in the new paperback version of Do Hard Things (coming Spring 2016).

Get published and win awesome prizes

Everyone who submits a story will gain access to an online version of the Do Hard Things Conference DVD, theirs to watch, download, and share forever — even if their submission isn’t published.

Everyone selected for publication (whether on or in print) will be invited to a private online hangout with me (Brett Harris), as well as gaining access to the online conference DVD.

Those selected for publication in the paperback edition of Do Hard Things will receive free registration for the next semester of Do Hard Things University, plus both of the other prizes listed.

So, no matter how old you are or where you live or what you’ve done, if you believe Do Hard Things has changed your life for the good, I’m asking you to tell me your story.

Click here for detailed instructions on how to enter the contest.


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About the author

Brett Harris

is co-founder of and co-author of Do Hard Things, along with his twin brother, Alex. He is married to his best friend, Ana, who blogs at He is the founder of the Young Writers Workshop — an ongoing coaching program for serious writers.


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