I'm a junkie for good stationery. No joke. I love stationery stores. I would probably love working in a certain paper/printer sales company too.

I found out about Behance when I was looking for a good project management tool. From the get go I loved the way their design looked. It made me prod further. Since then I've used their online Action Method for a project (combined with their free iPhone app) and have really liked it. My only problem - I don't have what I think is enough work to warrant paying for their services... yet. That will come in time. (They have a very cool set-up for projects, including an option of having fellow co-workers to be a part of your action steps and simple check points to make sure everything is right on track.) You should check it out - HERE

So that said, I checked out their printed materials and knew I needed to give it a try. I just got the package in the mail yesterday and well, just check it out: behance6

I loved the box the way it came and from there it just got better and better!

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Both of my products were packaged very well (even though it's just $15), but what I loved was the attention to detail. If you look at the book on the right, the bottom strip had creative and encouraging words for making ideas happen.

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This book is the one I love and I think will be used the most (even though the action pad are just the papers from the action book, the action book has such a nice feel and sound to it!). Inside it has a little booklet on how to make the Action Book the most effective. Very cool! Just about ready to "show my ides some respect".

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To say I'm excited about these new purchases would be a lie. I'M VERY EXCITED. I'm looking forward to moving forward with a few new initiatives of my own and getting some solid project management behind them will make a world of difference. This is gonna be good!

Cheers,

Matthew A. Hawkins

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