Process Hacker News for July 10, 2018 – Mindful Veterans, Scalable Sales, Training Wheels, and More

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 mindful veterans, scalable sales, training wheels, and more. Enjoy!

Events

Get your giggle on with Sarah Cooper at the Laughing Buddha Comedy Showcase at the Triad Theater in New York on July 24.

Woman veterans can now enroll in the upcoming Veteran’s Path Anchor Program which begins on July 15. In this four-month program in Colorado, vets can expect to learn and practice mindfulness tools that can support them in their daily lives. Bill Duane is the Vice Chairman of the Board at Veteran’s Path.

Awards

Congratulations to Jennifer Riel and Roger Martin for winning in the strategy and leadership category of Emerald Publishing’s Awards for Excellence 2018 with their article, An Integrative Methodology for Exploring Decision Choices.

Launches

RightMessage by Brennan Dunn is launching RightAsk, which is a great way to survey and segment your audience.

Media

If time is constantly an issue for you, listen to an interview with Curtis McHale as he shares some secrets for making the most of your limited time on The Productivity Show.

Discover how to build an effective scalable sales process from this Close.io webinar featuring Steli Efti, Mike Sutherland, Mike Paladino, and Vinay Patankar.

Get some tips on side hustling and stock trading from investor Tela Holcomb, who was interviewed by Nicaila Matthews-Okome for the Side Hustle Pro podcast.

Nicole Holland guests on the Marketer of the Day Podcast with Robert Plank to discuss interviews that convert, targeting the proper audience, and building your network.

Writing

What do McDonald’s and Petco have in common? A sales-increasing marketing technique you can learn from! Luis Congdon writes about an effective marketing tactic that you can use for your business.

Recommended Resources

Akimbo, a podcast by Seth Godin has a new episode in which Seth talks about juggling, bicycles, and training wheels and how all these apply to life. Alex Cespedes and Tara Byrne are both fans of Seth Godin.

Congratulations to Kimberly Bryant, one of Michelle Kim’s influences, for being honored at the annual McDonald’s 365Black Awards, which gives recognition to individuals who have had a positive impact on the African-American community.

Tune in to Grow Your 1099, a podcast hosted by Josh Jones and Mitchell Levy, who was referenced by Kimberly Wiefling. Mitchell himself takes the guest chair in the latest episode, sharing details about his work-life balance.

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Published by M. David Green

The host of Hack the Process, M. David Green is a writer and agile business coach, and the founder of Agile That Works, a consultancy that helps people in engineering organizations collaborate more effectively to make constant improvement a daily practice.

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