seeking a writer to consistently develop/write articles on topics we provide around leadership and management. Topic areas will include: 1. Lessons from wartime dating back to the Battle of Gettysburg and the US Civil War on management and leadership, 2. How to work globally - listicle of lessons, 3. The Laws of Success as an Employee (from the perspective of an owner of a business - what nobody understands and takes for granted...), 4. How to find, attract, and enable the best performance of your people, 5. Methods and practices for getting employees to develop and grow besides increasing their salary and more. Writer must be able to take concepts and make them "simple but not simple as possible" while making them fun and easy to read for busy executives, managers, entrepreneurs and leaders (think: CEOs, politicians, CHROs, CTOs, CLOs, COOs, CIOs, SVPs, Directors and managers) - and to make them "brandable" so the writing is distinctive and has a recognizable pattern, meter, and rhtythm that everyone can recognize - and eventually be transferred into a book format. We are starting out slow though -- just one article - 650 words.