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 future designs, mindset tricks, fitness formulas, and more. Enjoy!
Fund Club, a donation aggregator founded by Ashe Dryden, has announced their spotlight project of the month: Outreachy, which provides free and open source software internships to cis and trans gender folks and other underrepresented people in tech. Go donate today.
Want to meet interesting people and have a chat with them over tea? Ankit Shah, the founder of Tea with Strangers, has taken the organization global. Go see if anyone is hosting a tea time in your part of the world.
Paula Jenkins recently had Jill Stanton on Jumpstart Your Joy to share how she built up her business, Screw the 9 to 5, with her husband, and how they shifted their work life around to make more time for family.
A child’s behavior does not need fixing according to Heather Chauvin. Listen to the latest episode of Mom is In Control to hear her explain how a child’s behavior is sometimes a reflection of our actions and reactions.
Do you need pre-workout formula to get results? Listen to Malek Banoun’s answer in his latest video. He’s also offering people who fill out his fitness questionnaire a 12-week fitness program for free!
Bozoma Saint John, who was mentioned as one of the influences of the most recent Hack the Process guest, Sasha Ariel Alston, was included in a list of the world’s most influential CMOs of 2018 in Forbes. Congratulations, Bozoma!
TV may be dead but social media thrives. Listen to this video of Gary Vaynerchuk at an event in France as he explains why social media is the best way to grab the attention of consumers. Tara Hunt and Malek Banoun both mentioned Gary in their interviews.
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