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NATIONAL SWAP IDEAS DAY – September 10

National Swap Ideas Day - September 10

National Swap Ideas Day – September 10

NATIONAL SWAP IDEAS DAY

National Swap Ideas Day which is annually celebrated on September 10, encourages us to share a creative or helpful idea (or ideas) with someone and trade them for their idea (or ideas) in return.

Swapping ideas today does not have to be done on a one-on-one basis.  It would be fun for a group of people to get together and share ideas.  People could share their ideas, thoughts and concepts and also learn from each other, while gathered in a social grouping.

The ideas that you receive from others may be good and helpful to you in your life that you may want to continue to pass them on and swap them with someone else.  This can continue throughout the entire day and by day’s end, you will have plenty of new information and helpful ideas to move forward with. 

Have a GREAT National Swap Ideas Day!

CELEBRATE

Throughout the day, make sure to swap your ideas with others. Post on social media using #NationalSwapIdeasDay to encourage others to do so as well.

HISTORY

Our research has found that National Swap Ideas Day, an “unofficial” national holiday,  was created by Robert Birch, who also created Lumpy Rug Day, Trivia Day and Nothing Day.

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