Welcome to the Process Hacker News, your weekly roundup of useful news and updates from Process Hackers who have been guests on Hack the Process with M. David Green. This week we’ve got delirium, dancing, deep meditation, and more. Enjoy!
There’s a new book out by Andrew Nance, Mindful Arts in the Classroom, which allows educators to introduce mindfulness in class.
Allowances is the name of Jenny Feinberg’s new painting exhibit which will be open to the public starting September 16 in the Bay Area. Drop by to see Jenny’s bright, lively art.
Get to know Luam Keflezgy on the Side Hustle Pro podcast as she tells Nicaila Matthews-Okome how she jumped from pre-med to following her passion and becoming a celebrity dance choreographer.
In the latest episode of Double Your Freelancing, Brennan Dunn finds out how software engineer Lionel Martin builds trust through roadmapping, which is a process of Identifying your client’s needs by interviewing them.
In honor of Black Women’s Equal Pay Day, Michelle Kim posted a new essay to remind everyone that equality for Black women extends beyond the issue of wages.
In a new article written by Jennifer Riel, she offers a more in-depth description about the integrative thinking process, and how she and co-author Roger Martin use the concept.
Press releases aren’t obsolete yet. Get some media coverage for your brand or event by using these powerful tips on how to write a press release from Alistair Clay.
Delirium seems to be everywhere. In a new article, Daniel Coffeen defines the word delirium as “the state of being without fixed orientation,” and discusses how it applies in his life.
Deepen your meditation habits with Living Compassion’s Your Practice Retreat starting September 29 to October 6 at the Zen Monastery Peace Center in Northern California. Cheri Huber, mentioned in the interviews of Kate Swoboda and Mike Massy, leads Living Compassion.
On the Crush the Journey Podcast, Dorie Clark, referenced by Ron Carucci, talks about her book Entrepreneurial You, and about speaking, consulting, and jazz.
Dr. Shefali Tsabary’s 4th Annual EVOLVE Experience starts on October 26, but early bird tickets will be available on August 15. Dr. Shefali, a resource mentioned by Heather Chauvin, hopes to inspire, awaken, and transform your life with this three-day summit.
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