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  1. Megumi Robinson says:

    Hi Kirk,

    I’m working with leadership blogger/author Mike Figliuolo to connect with some smart, thought-provoking, forward-thinking bloggers like yourself in hopes that you’ll be game for some “leadership tag.” I know Mike is a big fan of your ideas and writing on leadership, in fact he has you on his blogroll, so we wanted to reach out and see if you’d be interested in getting involved!

    Some background: We’re all tired of the leadership books that are long on theory, but short on actionable steps to make us better leaders, right? That’s the premise behind Mike’s upcoming book, One Piece of Paper. He believes leaders need to distill their philosophies to a single sheet — making it easy for them to live and even easier for their teams to follow.

    Here’s where you come in: Will you spend a few minutes to create and share your leadership one-pager? Mike’s developed some templates to help you get started (www.slideshare.net/onepieceofpaper).

    Our hope is that you’ll share your one piece of paper sometime the first week of October and “tag” some of your readers or online connections to do the same. Coinciding with the launch of his book, Mike will highlight some of the participating blog posts on his own site, which we hope will help drive some traffic to your site as a way of showing our appreciation for your participation.

    Please let me know if you’re interested in joining our game of leadership “tag.” If you are, I’m happy to get you additional details and answer any questions you might have. On behalf of Mike, we truly appreciate your consideration and hope we can count on your involvement.

    Best,
    Megumi

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  3. Rich says:

    Hey Kirk,
    What email should I use to contact you directly?

  4. Brent says:

    Hey Kirk, my team and I are looking for a few bloggers to partner with in a project we are working on. Id love to talk to you about the opportunity. Can you drop me an email to the address above? Thanks.

    @digital_dailies

  5. Gio says:

    Hey Kirk, What email should I use to contact you directly? -

  6. Dear Kirk,

    I am writing to you in regards to our ‘What Is Branding’ video and to see if you would be interested in writing about this or featuring it on your blog. The video was produced by MSc Brand Leadership students from Norwich Business School at The University of East Anglia (UK) (Our course was the first of its kind in the world) and has so far garnered 534,633 views and has been shared all around the web. We would like to get some more publicity on this video and also on our ‘Brand Bites’ series. ‘Brand Bites’ is a series of videos offering bite size business advice from all sorts of different professionals in the business industry. We feel our videos offer a unique learning experience which would coincide well with your content.

    If you are indeed interested then you can email me and I will provide you with the links and more information if you need.

    We look forward to hearing from you.

    Sincerely,

    Eleanor Bougie
    Social Media and Marketing Assistant

    Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia (UEA)

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