I’ve drafted and discarded a handful of ideas in the last month to share with everyone. Here’s the problem:
Every lesson I learn about writing and publishing has already been discussed at length.
Here are just two examples of great sites I follow by talented authors who have already written down, edited, and shared their thoughts long before I figured anything out. These sites really help me keep a positive attitude and perspective.
The Business Rusch
Here’s my long-time friend’s take on life lessons that have gotten him employed doing what he loves. Even if you’re not interested in the gaming industry, it’s great advice. 1, 2, 3, 4
So what about my day job? I’m employed doing what I love, so can I share that?
I don’t have the credentials to write a book on leadership. I’ve read a lot of them but only recommend two. In this adventure that we’ll call my day job, I keep seeing the same themes, basics of enlisted leadership and daily life, that I think are important and worth sharing in and out of the military.
Those of us in leadership positions are doing the best we can every day, with every person, and no two days or people are the same. I’m not the only one out there living life and learning, but I’d like to share some ideas with you so we can talk about them.
So, I’ll put it to you, my favorites.
What do you think?
Are you interested?
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