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 PR misconceptions, talent strategies, book reviews, and more. Enjoy!
Increase your focus dramatically by asking yourself this question that Jay Wong has for you.
Doing things differently may just help you find your way to success. Listen to how Josh Haynam adjusted his process and approach until his company became a hit on the Make It Snappy Show.
Curtis McHale has been publishing book reviews on his podcast, Should I Read It, and his most recent review is of a book by Michael Hyatt titled Your Best Year Ever. Listen in!
Pamela Wasley advises entrepreneurs to be strategic with talent on the Absolute Advantage podcast.
In honor of International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexism, and Transphobia, Michelle Kim has written a little reminder for the LGBTQI community.
What are the three common customer misconceptions about public relations? You can find out from an article written by Ricky Yean.
A personal story about how a friend cheated him for money is shared by Luis Congdon, and he reveals the lessons he learned from this unfortunate experience in his latest Entrepreneur article.
Michelle Dale gets more personal in her recent blog post and tells about the true story of her path to confidence and self-discovery as a digital nomad.
The founder of Burning Man, Larry Harvey, recently passed away, and Loïc Le Meur wrote a post in his honor.
One of the folks that Michelle Kim looks up to, Kimberly Bryant of Black Girls Code, has been honored at Silicon Valley Forum’s 21st Visionary Awards. Congratulations, Kimberly!
Are you working your schedule or is your schedule working you? Find out on this episode of the Here and Now Toronto Podcast with guest Eric Termuende, a workplace expert recommendation made by Tara Byrne.
Amy Hoy, referenced by Alex Hillman, has written a blog post ranking nine ways to make software-as-a-service (Saas) customers hate you.
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