Saturday, January 20, 2020

Introducing the “Slow Leadership” Newsletter

I will shortly be publishing the first ever “Slow Leadership” newsletter. I haven’t rushed into it, because there are so many newletters around and I hesitated to add to their number. However, some of the topics being covered on this site—and some raised by excellent and thoughtful comments (This blog has an amazingly bright readership!)—cry out for the slightly longer and more detailed treatment that will only work in a newsletter.

As it stands, the intention is to publish in-depth articles on topics first raised on the blog, additional thoughts based on reader’s comments, more “How to . . . ” articles, and links to interesting news snippets.

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Steve Roesler said...


I always enjoy the depth with which you treat your topics..."Slow", if you will.

Wishing you well with the newsletter (and the extra effort)!

Steve Roesler

9:15 AM  
Carmine Coyote said...

Thanks for the good wishes, Steve. I very much appreciate you doing this.

1:50 PM  
Lars G. Svensson said...


This is something I'll be looking forward to. As a regular reader, I'm curious if the change of medium will have an impact on the way I reflect on your insights.

I hope, however, that you will continue blogging. Reading your posts before starting the day's work is a really good reminder of the importance to slow down and concentrate on the important issues.

As a long distance commuter, I usually read blogs on the train by loading them into my favoured feed reader (I use BlogBridge) and then read them offline (since I have no internet on the train...). What I truly miss in this context -- and here comes what I actually want to say -- is a full text feed for Slow Leadership. I have a vague feeling that there used to be one, but I'm not quite sure when it disappeared. I understand that you are want/need to draw traffic to your sites because of the ad revenue, but in the case of this blog, I'd even be prepared to pay for a full text feed, simply because of the greater flexibility it offers. To me, work in a way begins when I close the front door (too) early in the morning, and ends when I open it when I come home again. Since I can't fall asleep again on the train, I try to get some work done, thus avoiding to bring it into the family, and blog reading is an excellent thing to do while commuting (2nd best to listening to podcasts...).

That said, your blog is one of the best reads on the web. Please continue sharing your thoughts.


1:37 AM  
Carmine Coyote said...

Thanks for your comment, Lars.

I have tried a full feed and the current way. Both have their supporters and opponents. Whichever I do, some people want it the other way.

I don't worry about ad revenue, so I'll organize it whichever way suits most people. And if more ask for a full feed, I'll put it back that way.

Maybe I'll even try a podcast one day.

Keep reading either way, my friend.

7:46 AM  
Sujatha said...

Yes, i completely agree with Lars. I found the full text feed very convenient. Looking forward to the newsletter. Good luck!

8:55 PM  

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