Guest Blogging Isn't A One-way Street

You may have noticed if you're an avid Scope blog-reader (and if you're not, you should be!) that we have a lot of awesome people who write guest blogs for us. We love being able to offer you their insight, as although our jobs may be different - there's a lot that stays the same.

Many of us face the same challenges, and often the same or a similar approach can be taken to overcome pain points or enhance our work lives and careers.

But guest blogging isn't just about getting someone to write you a piece! It's about relationships, which is why it's not a one-way street!

Recently, I wrote an article for Carma's blog about Social Media about the challenges small businesses can face in getting started, and some things that she has helped me to realise about my own Digital Marketing.

You can read this post HERE.

While reflecting on this topic it brought me back to one of our first guest bloggers - Richard Moroney!

He wrote an absolutely AWESOME piece about Social Media which you might not have seen.

Make sure you give his post a read too, we've got a link to it HERE.

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Maria-Jane Satterthwaite

After being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis at 29, MJ knew her journey was going to be unique! 

No way was she going to waste any of her years working 9-5 under poor leadership! She seized the opportunity to become an independent worker; starting her own Registered Training Organisation, Scope Vision.

MJ’s curiosity into what drives people, and businesses, to achieve success has been the passion recognised in her award-winning business. The drive to continue to train and embrace lifelong learning has been her key to success, and she wants to see this happen for others.

20 years on, the passion and curiosity she’s used to shape the businesses she works with, and her longevity in these relationships have inspired her to think about the future of work; what this will mean for workers in general and indeed her own business. Find out more about MJ