Following your favourite Maverick Writer. Here at The Maverick Paradox Magazine we pride ourselves with the diversity of thought that comes from our stable of writers. Our Swagger of Socialised Mavericks  are disparate experts providing diverse opinions. They have a unique and interesting maverick perspective on the world around us.
Our aim is to provoke maverick leadership everywhere and this magazine is required reading for the pathologically curious.
In my personal mission to equip Maverick Leaders to change the world we work in, I also host The Maverick Paradox Podcast. In my show, I explore what it is to be a maverick (wilfully independent person) and discover effective modes of leadership. All episodes are found on the popular podcast platforms and are also available on this magazine here.
I’d like to thank you for reading the magazine and coming back often.
It occurs to me that, whilst you love reading the magazine, you may now have some firm favourites on the writing team. And why not! So, if you want to follow your favourite writer(s) or want to find out what else they have written, how do you do that?
Finding out what else a Writer has written
- Open the article
- Click the name of the writer (underneath the headline on the left)
You will be presented with a page of all the articles that they have already written for the magazine. You will also see their bio and links to their Social Profiles and Website.
Following your favourite Maverick Writer
What happens if you know the name of the writer and you want to go straight to their page of articles?
- Click the name of the writer of an article that you are reading
- Change the name of the writer in the address bar
For example if you wanted to see all my articles, when you click my name, you see this in the address bar: https://themaverickparadox.com/author/judith-germain/
If you wanted to see Annabel Kaye’s articles you would change the end of the address to: https://themaverickparadox.com/author/annabel-kaye/
Thank you once again for reading the magazine, browsing the sections and being pathologically curious.
 Swagger of Socialised Mavericks – Judith Germain 2018