Get in their shoes campaign – Open until April 6, 2006

Get in their shoes campaign – Open until April 6, 2006

By Rajesh Setty on Sat 01 Apr 2006, 8:59 AM – 4 Comments

I’m participating in an innovative campaign called “Get in Their Shoes.” This is a description of the program:

“The Get in Their Shoes Campaign is a call to action by successful business leaders, athletes, entertainers, and politicians to rally youth and aspiring leaders to lift themselves out of their limiting circumstances by proactively interviewing successful professionals within their own communities. Some of the most successful professionals in the world have donated a pair of their actual shoes and a 30-minute phone mentorship to be given-away or auctioned-off as part of this campaign.”

My shoes, book and a thirty-minute phone mentorship are part of the give-aways:

Link: Rajesh Setty: Shoes that I was wearing when I wrote the book, the book and a 30 minute mentorship

Have a great weekend.


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Anonymous  on April 5th, 2006

Dear Rajesh:

Thank you for blogging about “Get in their shoes campaign”. I was the lucky winner of “Get in Their Shoes Rajesh Setty Beyond Code”. If you hadn’t blogged about it, I wouldn’t have bid on the item. I am very much looking forward to the 30 minute mentorship.

Thank you again!


Anonymous  on April 5th, 2006

Thanks Sunil,

I am looking forward to the call as well. Please send me a note by email with a bit more information about yourself and what your current goals and initiatives.



Anonymous  on April 5th, 2006

Dear Rajesh:

I just sent you an email. My apologies for the long email.



Anonymous  on April 12th, 2006

Ah, now I get what this mentorship entails…

“Q: What does a Mentorship consist of?

A: A Mentorship consists of a 30-minute one-on-one phone conversation with the Featured Mentor. IMNO will coordinate, moderate, and record the phone conversation.

The following sentence in the FAQ, completely clarifies things….

Remember, you are not interviewing this person just for yourself, but to share the interview with the world. ”

I was under the impression that this was an individulal mentorship opportunity and not an interview that would be shared with the world. With this in mind, I will try and come up with a few questions that would be of interest to technology professionals in general.

If people reading this blog have any questions that you want me to ask Rajesh during the interview, please send me an email.



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