Give your ideas a voice
There are two options to contribute to Progressology: you may make a one-time contribution and publish a single article or asset or you can join us as an author (aka “Progressologist”) and publish your ideas as often as you like. Click the tabs below to learn more about each option. You can always contact us if you have any questions about either option.
Submit your article or asset
Do you have a great idea, point-of-view, or a really good asset you’d like to share? We’d love to publish it! Click the button below to submit your article or asset and we will review it and get in touch with you as soon as possible. If you have an idea and would like to discuss it before you start writing, please contact us first and we’d be happy to brainstorm with you. Please note, your article or asset must:
Relate to one of the topical areas on which we focus. Click the plus (+) sign in the top menu for a listing of the topics we cover.
- Focus on positive progress. Negative, overly critical, or attack pieces will be rejected.
- Be your original thought. It is OK to leverage the works of others if you cite appropriately but we are primarily interested in your unique perspective on the topic you have chosen.
Publish monthly articles or assets
Do you love to share your ideas? Join our team of Progressologists that explore ideas and opinions that move us forward. Click the button below to tell us a bit about yourself; we will review and get in touch with you as soon as possible. If you have questions about becoming a regular writer on Progressology, please contact us and we’d be happy to discuss with you. Everyone is welcome to apply but here are a few things we look for:
Make a commitment to write at at least one unique article or asset per month. Please review the Contribute Once tab for specific guidance on the focus of these articles.
- Be an established thinker in your field. We are interested in an informed point-of-view shaped by experience and expertise in your field.
- Willing to stand behind your opinions. No Progressologist should hide behind the veil of anonymity so be proud of your opinions and stand behind your convictions.