I WROTE 200 LINKEDIN ARTICLES

200 LinkedIn ArticlesJoshua Miller

If you had asked me if I was planning to write more after publishing my first LinkedIn article “I’ve Got Two Words For You” on March 4th, 2015, my answer would have been a resounding no. But a funny thing happened shortly after I hit submit. I saw my first comment from a reader named Hiram Figueroa who wrote, “Now that’s real talk.”

Thank you, Hiram, and for each and every one of you who have kept your minds, hearts, and commentaries freely flowing all these years while encouraging me to provide you with valuable and inspiring content.

Keeping it “real” is all I know how to do which is why I wanted to make “you” the subject of my 200th article. If you look (very, very) closely, you will find your name below.

I thank each and every one of my connections and followers and wish you and yours the happiest of holidays and a powerful and prosperous new year.

With gratitude, leadership and of course no bullshit – Joshua

PS: Yes, these are 100% the names of all my LinkedIn connections, and yes it took a long time to create…but you are 100% worth it.

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With Leadership,
Joshua
www.JoshHMiller.com

Joshua Miller

Joshua Miller is a creative leader and impactful executive coach.

His career spans both the advertising world and the world of leadership. In advertising, he was the creative lead, responsible for the campaign strategy for Fortune 100 brands. Today, he is an innovator. He’s supporting the executive development and change management for many of the same companies.

Joshua studied at Syracuse University, NYU and Stanford. He combines that background with his deep knowledge of organizational behavior, performance and change management. He focuses on the analysis, design, development, delivery, and evaluation of scalable and global talent development solutions programs.

Joshua is a Master Certified Coach. He trained with the International Coaching Federation and CTI (The Coaches Training Institute).

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