Re: thought leadership content
... It was OKish until I got to the author's bio, where he describes himself as a "recent newlywed".
The rest of his bio didn't really evoke the philosophical technical writer he seems to portend to be.
Also, I have a hard time accepting professional writing advice from someone who looks younger than my career. He does seem gifted with marketing-speak and with reinventing definitions of common terms as concepts he controls. So, he does seem to have a "sell" factor.
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