They will help you to up your game and it'll cost you nothing.
These are the creators who generously share endless resources to help people grow.
Each of them:
- Challenge me
- Teach me
- Introduce me to new thinking
- Some of them are friends
- None of them are rivals
Collectively, their total LinkedIn following is well over 10,000,000
But that's just numbers.
The value they bring to the community is immense.
The Agilists (6)
Olina Glindevi ✏️ brings agile to life with beautiful visuals
Michael Lloyd dysfunction mapping creator with a no-nonsense approach
Maria Chec visually
Stefan Wolpers will help you avoid all the anti-patterns that hold you back
Jurgen Appelo a serial entrepreneur who doesn't take life too seriously and always delivers a great keynote
Jem Jelly a humorous take on the agile world (with substance)
Product Gurus (5)
Maarten Dalmijn 🙈 makes product simple
Paweł Huryn 🇺🇦 collates all the product resources you could ever need
Melissa Perri pushes the boundaries of product management education
Teresa Torres continuously discover product knowledge
David Pereira will help you untrap product teams
Leadership Specialists (4)
Rachel Turner Vast number of cheatsheet resources
Adam Grant always humanises the workplace
Kate Sotsenko get 'good busy' with all the productivity & times saving hacks.
Liz Fosslien visualises complex topics with beautifully simple illustrations
Brand Builders (5)
Jasmin Alić upped my LinkedIn carousel & comment game
Chase Dimond taught me how to write copy
Lea 🌈 Turner if Carlsberg made LinkedIn Trainers
Jackson Yew landing page and conversion specialist
Lara Acosta personal branding and beyond
The Spicybrains (2)
Ellie Middleton unmasking the challenges of ADHD & Autism
Jessica McCabe runs the 'How to ADHD' YouTube channel
Connect with these and others to help you continuously learn and grow 💪
Oh and of course there's always what I post, although most of our visitors have seen
my work on LinkedIn if you've missed any of it, feel free to follow me here -> https://www.linkedin.com/in/letsimprove/