Now Accepting Guest Posts!

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I created because I wanted a place to share the knowledge and experience I’ve gained through the years, all of which has helped me build my own physical, mental, emotional, and professional strength. That said…

Building grit is not something you do alone.

Sure, each of us is responsible for our own heavy lifting. Ultimately, we are the ones who must do all of the work, creating a stronger persona in every sense of the word.

But I’m not the only one with effective ways to do this. And just because something worked for me doesn’t mean that it will work for you too. We’re all unique and benefit from learning from different people.

That’s why I’ve decided to now accept guest posts.

So, if you’re interested in sharing your story or providing some expertise on how others can improve their health and wellness (mentally or physically) or have a few steps they can take to advance their careers, I’d like to hear from you!

Simply click the “Contact Us” page above and let me know a little bit about you and what you’d like to write about. The only true guideline is that it has to help the reader build their grit in some shape or form. Other than that, it can be as long or as short as you’d like.

To improve readability, I just ask that you keep your wording simple and easy to read. No long words please. Also, short paragraphs work best for keeping the reader engaged.

If your post is selected for publication, you will receive a link back to your site or blog. This is my way of thanking you for taking the time to create an amazing post!

I look forward to hearing from you!

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