Video: Success is what you make it – get $10,000 to achieve YOUR success story.

| March 28, 2011 | 1 Reply

There’s an ongoing campaign for the Nokia E7 called, “success is what you make it”.

I received an email from awesome Katie (WOMWorld) who has given us a 24h preview of a video that will appear over at Nokia’s youtube channel.

Along with this video, YOU can get up to $10,000 enable you to achieve that success story. This is different to the post this morning where you could also win $10,000. You can enter the competition at:

The Nokia E7 was designed to help people realise success so with this in mind Nokia have launched a new competition that asks viewers to submit a story about what success means to them. The best entry will receive upto $10,000 to enable them achieve their success story.

The video is a little bit like that Wrestler film we saw. Watch it on its own without any information and you wouldn’t think this had anything to do with phones. This film follows Michael Leung, of HK Honey. This organization is not about making money but connecting local people with local bee keepers and supplying them with local honey.

There aren’t that many green spaces in HK so it would be a challenge to see if the bees would survive. Folks are apparently loosing touch of where their food comes from. Bees polenate as much of 1/3 of our food. Without them, we’d be in big trouble. (Anyone seen that Bee Movie when all those bees stopped working :p). Michael was also able to help someone’s mother keep bees and reminisce her childhood growing up on a farm.

The video blurb:

What we want to know is how these have changed and what success means today. Check out what we’ve found so far and then share your success story with us so we can help you make it happen.

Hong Kong is a hive city home to more than 7 million people. It’s here among the high rise apartments that product designer Michael Leung has created his own space bringing nature back into the metropolis one box at a time.


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