More Writing from Me

April 22, 2012 — 11 Comments

I was going to keep this writing separate but the posts have turned out to be pretty good so I decided to linking to them here. I’m writing for Forbes now and you can subscribe to my posts via RSS here or you can just follow it on Twitter for links. Initially, writing on Forbes it was a bit of an experiment but it seems to have stuck and I have enjoyed doing it.

H.L Mencken & Jack London: How to Pitch Editors, Agents and Book Publishers
9 Timeless Leadership Lessons from Cyrus the Great
Why Wouldn’t Planned Parenthood Take $500,000? (this controversy was awesome and got picked up everywhere)
The Marketer’s Dirty Secret: Exploiting Perception vs Reality
What the Failed $1M Netflix Prize Says About Business Advice

It’s a different kind of writing for me but still good practice and I write there more often. The weightier material is all going to stay on this site and I’ll be posting on Forbes just the stuff that I couldn’t make work for this format. It’s also not a bad seque into my book, which is a mix of both. Stay tuned for that announcement next month.

Anyway, read them or don’t. Either way, stay tuned for regularly scheduled programming.

Ryan Holiday

I’m a strategist for bestselling authors and billion dollar brands like American Apparel, Tucker Max and Robert Greene. My work has been used as case studies by Twitter, YouTube and Google and has been written about in AdAge, the New York Times, Gawker and Fast Company.

11 responses to More Writing from Me

  1. Congrats Ryan. If you wrote it, I’m reading it.

  2. Looking forward to the book. Great cover design.

  3. That Cyrus the Great article was awesome. Definitely reading up on him. I’m all for perusing and learning from great kings and thinkers and applying it to my own life.

  4. Did you take the cigarette off your banner in case you ever wanted to donate to Smokefree America? Really, have always enjoyed your writing.

  5. Interesting. If Planned Parenthood is this risk-averse, maybe there’s room for someone else to be serving the public in their space.

  6. The second page of the articles doesn’t seem to show up on the feed, at least on Google Reader.

  7. I subscribed to your Forbes RSS feed and looking forward to your posts.


  8. Looking forward to it.

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