As you may probably have noticed, there haven’t been more than a tiny handful of guest posts here on the 2Time Labs websites. If you are interested in developing guest content, here are some guidelines.
2Time Labs website – http://2time-sys.com
This is the longest-standing site and over time, it has become more and more focused on research in time-based productivity. Therefore, a content for this site must reveal some new angle, idea or concept. However, these must be based, in part, on empirical research. You don’t have to be the one to have done the research, but you must make reference to current scientific knowledge to help make your case.
For an example of the style I’m talking about, read Perfect Time-Based Productivity, or the following blog
- The Science of Us
- James Clear
- Barking Up the Wrong Tree
- Kathryn Welds Curated Research
Perfect Time-Based Productivity website – http://perfect.mytimedesign.com
My books have their own site which focuses on topics that they each cover. Writing for this site is as easy as reading the book and perhaps doing a review. Scientific sources aren’t needed, but the content must show an idea or insight that is not already covered in the book.
My Training website for time advisers – http://mytimedesign.com
If you are someone who trains or assists time advisers (coaches, trainers, consultants and professional organizers) then this website is a great resource. It’s also a great place to add your own content to help your fellow time advisers.
I accept pins on my boards that are related to the work we do at 2Time Labs or illustrate a concept from my books. Any other graphics based on time-based productivity are also welcome.
My Mailing List for Content Creators
Last thing… I have a mailing list for people who create content – in whatever form it may be. I share some ideas about how to leverage research, find ideas and turn it into content that people find unique and refreshing. Membership is free – click on this link to find out more.
If all this information hasn’t scared you off, then contact me with either an outline or drafted piece. I am likely to suggest some improvements, however, so be prepared to work with me to take it to the next level!