Want to be a guest author?

Got something you’d like to share?  I’m happy to have guest authors who have a perspective on the topics covered here, which are fairly broad, including personal anecdotes about life in general.

If you have a blog of your own, I’m happy re-post past articles that are at least 30 days old, or older.

Send me an email using the links to the right and let me know if you’ve got something to say.

6 thoughts on “Want to be a guest author?”

  1. Hello

    My name is Patty Kleen and I have been reading your blog for a while now, I really liked the following two articles, http://myflexiblepencil.com/2011/08/22/guest-post-is-your-business-a-small-business/ and http://myflexiblepencil.com/2011/09/14/factors-that-create-effective-and-successful-project-teams/.

    I have about 5 years of experience writing about similar subjects and would love to provide a detailed post that matches the tone of your blog. It will be anywhere from 400-500 words (or longer), depending on what is appropriate for your site, and I will gladly share the published work via one of my twitter accounts (5,000+ followers), through one of my subscriber lists (500+ members to date), and via my StumbleUpon account.

    Below please find a few links to samples of my work so that you can get an idea of my writing abilities:

    http://www.bashbosh.com/making-regular-blog-backups/
    http://www.shoutmeloud.com/pros-cons-hiring-seo-firm.html
    http://nowinnofees.org/2011/05/5-tips-for-choosing-a-great-personal-injury-lawyer/

    Please let me know if you would be interested. I look forward to hearing from you!

    Kind Regards
    Patty Kleen

  2. Hi David,
    After getting your reply/email on LinkedIn, I took a spin around your website…very nice. I enjoyed and agree 100% with your comments/follow-up on the “Should HR Lead Change” blog entry. In fact, one of my few mantras to clients (now) and to my team (in my prior lives at P&G, Avon and small manufacturing company that I once ran) is that line managers are accountable for the effective acquisition, development, deployment and use of human resources…just like any other resource in their arsenals. It’s a huge copout for management to see this as “HR work,” and a huge power play for HR. In fact, this copout and power play make for a deadly (pun intended) combination. I’d love to be a guest author. Here’s a link to some samples of my e-newsletter ti give you a feel for my focus and style. http://www.cvbconsulting.com/infocus/infocus.html Nice meeting you!

    1. Thanks, Cory!

      I looked through your site and I enjoyed your message. There are several articles there I’d be happy to re-blog – and I’d be more than happy to have something original, too. I’ll contact you via email and we’ll see what’s what.

      Thanks!

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