I usually write about what leaders do.
In this post, I look at leadership from a different angle to recognize fake leaders. I encapsulated many points under six headings to make it easy to read and learn.
I use daily language so that any reader can benefit from this post. Explanations are short because the headings are self-explanatory.
The fake leaders reflect the attributes of charlatans, shams, hoaxers, fraudsters, mountebanks, and swindlers.
They disguise their motives using tricky methods and raise their voice like a bully.
It is crucial to recognize fake leaders as they resemble sneaky viruses attacking the human immune system. Small viruses don’t have substance. They are not even full organisms, but once they enter the body, they can be toxic, dangerous, and life-threatening. …
Do you want to increase reading times for your stories?
Do you want to convert your followers to fans?
Do you want more readers?
If your answers are yes to these questions, you found the right resource to inform, educate, and motivate you.
In this story, I share my reading, writing, and editing experience by simplifying the critical factors under five main headings. I converted these headings into questions so that you can use them as a checklist while self-editing and before submitting your articles for curation purpose.
When developing these questions, I wore my reader, writer, and editor hats.
1 — As a reader, these points help me choose and consume content from curated collections. …
It was only three months ago that I posted an article referring to 20,000 followers in our second milestone. Today, ILLUMINATION reached another milestone.
40,000+ Medium readers follow our contributing writers.
Congratulations on this signification achievement. I am grateful and appreciate your contributions.
We started with around 80 writers seven months ago. Yes, ILLUMINATION was just an idea seven months ago.