(please note: I only accept a limited number of contributing posts each year)
My goal for allowing contributing posts is so others can share their views, thoughts, and perspectives on the topic of leadership. If you would like to be featured on my blog as a guest post here are a few guidelines:
- The topic should fall in the areas of leadership, success, personal development, or strengths.
- The word count: 300-600 words (I will consider the post even if it’s more than 600 words).
- If your post has a faith based viewpoint, please indicate it in the blog title.
- When you send the guest post please include a short bio of yourself.
- When it’s featured you will need to lead the conversation by replying to the comments.
Email your questions or posts to firstname.lastname@example.org. Before your post is featured I will contact you via email. I can’t give an exact time frame on when your post will be featured because it depends on how many posts are ahead of yours. Here are some great guest posts that have been featured:
8 Ways to Improve Your Leadership Skills by Alison Brattle
Never Say Die during a Crisis by Sarah Brooks
5 Useful Ways to Leverage Content for Personal Development Online by Lawrence Namale
Invaluable Lessons about Leadership That I’ve Learned through Bad Examples by Sebastian Roltgen
How Leaders Can Inspire Others by Celia Wang
Knowing the Leader in You: Different Types of Leadership by Teoddy Baldomaro
How to Overcome Fear and Failure to Achieve Your Goals This Year by Tara Spenser
The Premise Of Leadership by Jeremy C. Jones
5 Excuses To Avoid On Your Road To Success by Ryan Paul Ridgway
Except for the Grace of God there go I by Thomas J. Trent
7 Tips for Navigating Transition in Your Team by Chris Lautsbaugh
When We Need Less Information by Jared Latigo
3 Ways Leaders Can Knit Closer Teams by Nathan Rouse
4 Rules to Help You Kill Your Inner “Wantrepreneur” by Ryan Paul Ridgway
13 Rights Successful Leaders Must Give Up by Brian Dodd
How to Become a Creative Leader by Noah Lomax
3 Fatal Flaws of Leaders who Avoid Feedback by David Bartosik
Unconventional Does Not Mean Unacceptable By Kaitlyn Nakagoshi
How to Start A Movement by Kimanzi Constable
What’s the Difference Between A Christians Reputation and Character? By Brandon
Leaders Give Permission By Marc Millan
Why Is it Important To Identify If You Have A Fixed Or Growth Mindset By James Strasbaugh