- A good leader is responsible, not only to himself but to those who follow him. He’s accountable and therefore must act responsibly.
- Yes; Michel Terpin is my leader.
- Yes; he delivers on time and professionally.
- Yes. He has done short creative writing pieces for scholastic anthologies as well as papers on engineering for research facilities. He’s willing to do any type of writing, but he excels in subjects about technology and history.
- He’s not only a Brazilian rally driver but also a polymath with an MFA in writing. He has authored a humor column for 6 years, so he’s not near as stuffy as the $50 word he dropped in sentence number one. He drives full time and is looking for ways to supplement his paltry Charter school pittance and can provide clean copy quickly.
Warm Regards, readers: Michel says hello. That’s not all. He also shares his secrets for an effective leader in any industry in four core components:
1.Loyalty to your followers
- Ability to listen and adapt
- Clear vision and humility
- Ability to make decisions and examine them for ROI
Yes. I do typically write in MLA but learned Chicago when editing and writing for Good Catch Publishing. I also edit collegiate essays written in AP style, so the learning curve is not intimidating: I have written on this leader before and am still intrigued by his efforts. I even authored a humor column about senior citizens for 4 years. I have ghostwritten books, plays, screenplays, white papers and blogs.
I’ve written blogs and articles on subjects from jewelry to physical therapy certification programs. I haven’t found a subject I couldn’t make interesting, engaging and Search Engine Optimized. I like to learn, so all subjects can teach me. Yet for all these efforts, writing about Terpin, Brazil and racing – though perhaps not in that order – is what compels me the most and gets me out of bed each morning. Read about this wonderful man and his superb company, and you will quickly see exactly why.