In my 9.5 months of blogging I’ve never done a post like this where I get all giggly over a product.
Even after I wrote this post I almost deleted it because I thought, “This could be stupid.” But then I thought about how much I love my Mighty Wallet and I’m going for it. You may not like gimmicky type stuff and that’s okay (it’s only 1 out of 200+ posts), but most people I know like fun, creative finds.
Here’s five reasons I love my wallet:
1. It’s real cheap (only $15)
2. It’s unique (dozens of different styles to choose from)
3. It holds a lot of stuff!
4. It can be personalized.
5. It becomes an easy medium for starting conversations.
All of those are values to me. I’ll break those down a little more:
1. Cheap: Like the next person, I like a great deal (that’s why I sell my books so cheap…I know you like a deal too
2. Unique: look for yourself (there are dozens to choose from)
3. Stuff: I don’t like bulky wallets, but since I can’t seem to get rid of stuff that I want in my wallet, this is super expandable and yet still feels thin.
4. Personalized: Look at the video (see below) and the amazing creativity of people creating their own look. I wish I could do that kind of stuff.
5. Conversations: I used to have a duct-tape wallet that a teenager made me and everyone commented on it. I’d say, “I’m a youth pastor and a high schooler made it for me.” This would lead to good conversations. The same has been true with the Might Wallet (feels like a theme song should appear). People ask me about it all the time (I currently have this one–for sentimental reasons)
So if you buy one and happen to be at one of our two Youth Specialties Conventions this fall… show me which one you chose. I know what you’re thinking: “Does Doug’s brother own this company?” Nope! I don’t even have a brother. I wish I got some kickback…nope…nothing…just the satisfaction of providing great stuff for my blog friends.
Question: What’s a quirky thing you own that you’re excited enough about to share with others? Include links if possible.
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