IRUNURUN in the blogosphere
If you have visited our blog in the last couple of weeks, you may have thought we’d taken a holiday. Truth be told, we’ve been blessed with some interested audiences elsewhere!
Back in August, we had one of our first guest posts on another blog. Adam Donyes posted our piece called Stressing Out: Why you should try it on his blog, The Lid, a collaboration for change.
In October, our 6 Myths that Sabotage Accountability post was featured on Michael Hyatt’s blog. If you are not already familiar with Michael and his blog, I encourage you to check it out.
Michael is a best-selling author, speaker, and the Chairman of Thomas Nelson Publishers and an authority on intentional leadership and productivity. His 170,000+ followers were generous with positive feedback and many became new runners on irunurun. As well, this post was repeated on numerous sites and blogs, including Google+, Converging Zone, The Tennessean, America’s Fitness Coach, and Summify.
In November, Brandon Smith of The Workplace Therapist featured several posts we put together for his blog series on burnout. The series was also broadcast on the Georgia Public Broadcasting blog. Posts included Are You Burned Out? to help people understand what burnout is and isn’t and how to identify whether they me susceptible to burnout.
Next was Putting Out the Flames of Burnout which provides people with tactics to help them begin the journey back from burnout. We followed that with Burnout Factory: the modern day work environment to explore some of the environmental factors common to today’s tech-laden workplaces and cultures that contribute to burnout.
The final November post on burnout was directed to senior executives. It was called Prescription for Leaders: fireproofing your company. This post provided a six step plan to build a company culture and work environment that would drive engagement and prevent burnout.
Our next guest post is scheduled for January 2nd, when we will be talking about bringing Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits to life on David Masover’s blog, The Selling Process. David is in Budapest, Hungary, but his blog is right at your fingertips.
This month, we’ll get to work on our own blog, and I welcome your feedback. Among others, my posts will include some practical examples of how to use irunurun to greatest effect and some discussion of how it is working in my life. I hope this is helpful to you!