We hope our handy tips on thought leadership from last week has been helpful.
For the past two weeks, we have been discussing the importance of building thought leadership and how to go about it when you have little or no resources to do so.
While speaking engagements are great way to establish yourself as a thought leader, such opportunities are hard to come by. Writing your thoughts out is one way to attract speaking opportunities. Many early-stage startups and thought leaders use platform such as Medium, LinkedIn and e27 Contributor Programme to publish their views and share them with a larger audience these days.
We know ‘writing an article’ can sound scary if you have no professional qualification or writing experience.
This is why we put together this short writing exercise for you to get your creative juices flowing.
The first half of this video added below gives you more details about our Contributor Programme, followed by tips from our editor Anisa Menur Maulani. The final 20 minutes is a live writing exercise.
You will need:
- 45 mins off your schedule
- A pen/paper or any electronic writing device
Get, set, start writing!
Feel free to reach out to me at email@example.com if you want feedback on your writing exercise, article pitches or any help with your thought leadership journey.
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