When it's time to write your online bio, you may be relieved to think, "Finally, it's all about me!" But is it? Up until now, I've been encouraging you to put yourself in your reader's shoes and remember that they are online looking for solutions and information. In order to make that crucial connection and […]
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Thought leadership posts are an important part of a balanced blog. They play a key role in establishing and deepening your relationship with your readers.
Note: If you’d rather listen to this post, here is a link to an audio recording. When you have dyslexia and/or dysgraphia (written dyslexia), writing online content is an enormous challenge. This really hit home for me recently, when some of my colleagues and clients revealed that they struggle with these issues. As I learned in this […]
Do you feel like a fraud when you call yourself an expert? Many of us do. It’s called the imposter syndrome and I’ve written some tips to help you deal with it. (Actually, it’s nice to read that original post from 2007 and notice that I don’t necessarily have an “imposter thought” daily anymore.) What […]