12 Top Blog Posts of Some of My Favorite Bloggers

As a blogger, there are some posts I love more than others. There are other posts that get more traffic than others, often to my surprise. I assumed this is true of some of my blogging friends also, so I decided to ask them. I emailed some of the bloggers I read most frequently and asked them to send me a post that met one of the following criteria:

  • Their favorite post
  • Generated the most traffic
  • Developed the most conversation or interest

Here are a dozen of my favorite bloggers, followed by one of their more popular  posts (Titles are clickable links):

Michael Hyatt

CREATING YOUR PERSONAL LIFE PLAN

Pete Wilson

Everyone Needs Healing

Ed Stetzer

Legalism, “The Help,” and a “Woman’s Place”

Artie Davis

How to LEAD all the TIME, without Leading ALL the TIME

Jenni Catron

The Floundering Leader

Tony Morgan

10 Keys to a Smart Staffing Strategy

Wayne Elsey

Hand out or Hand up?

John Saddington

The Ultimate Guide to Launching a WordPress-Powered Blog

Brad Lomenick

20 Points on Leading Millennials

Ben Reed

5 Easy Ways to Make Your Small Group Fun

Jeff Goins

How to Influence People: The Most Overlooked Secret

And one of my own:

7 Ways I Protect My Heart and Ministry From an Affair

By the way, if you are not reading these blogs, I would highly recommend them.

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18 thoughts on “12 Top Blog Posts of Some of My Favorite Bloggers

  1. Ron, Brad Lomenick's is EXACTLY true. I wish everyone would read it! It is the key to understanding my generation and how to make relationships with us work the best that they possibly can.

    I find myself getting so burnt out on things, because my bosses rarely understand even one of those things about me (okay, that's an exaggeration, but nonetheless, it is a small amount). If I could find a job that would give me all of those things, I would pour my entire being into it.

  2. Thanks for all the helpful links. Fantastic!

    I search for authenticity. One of my favorite bloggers is Lisa Whittle: http://lisawhittle.com/

    My all time favorite post comes from Ann Voskamp: http://www.incourage.me/2010/10/why-tell-secrets….

    Of my own… most read by a huge percentage: http://chickswithchoices.com/blog/?p=261- Talks about uncovering those silent agreements we make with ourselves. And finally, one that brought the most "chatter": http://chickswithchoices.com/blog/?p=399- How to Be Happy for Others, Not Jealous.