Ghostwriter: The Open Organization
I’m an experienced journalist and ghostwriter. I’ve written many words in my career, more than one million of them, targeting various topics in the worlds of business and entrepreneurship. That spans the more than 500 articles I have written for publications like The New York Times, Inc., Forbes, The Huffington Post, and American Express OPEN Forum. I’ve worked with some of our era’s leading entrepreneurs and business thought leaders in writing blogs and white papers and have tackled a slew of topics ranging from practical how-to pieces, to in-depth profiles on some of the world’s most intriguing companies and entrepreneurs. I have explored everything from how one entrepreneur is disrupting the multi-billion-dollar shaving market to the backstory behind the man who tried to bring Chinese cars to America (spoiler alert: he failed). I’ve also ghostwritten 10 books (and counting), two of which have landed on multiple best-seller lists while others have garnered attention and applause from other leading business publications, such as the Harvard Business Review, the Wall Street Journal and Strategy + Business. What I might be most proud of are the relationships I have built along the way with all the thought leaders, authors and editors I have worked with over my career. I am grateful for how much I have learned from working with these leaders over the years that it’s become part of my mission to pay those lessons forward. When you work with me, you will garner the value and insight of my experiences and of the relationships I’ve built over the course of my career. What I bring to an assignment or a collaborative partnership is a deep understanding of what makes businesses and entrepreneurs tick. That allows me to ask thought-provoking questions and establish new connections that help push conversations to a new level – either in the form of an article, a blog, or a book.