Process Hacker News for October 9, 2017

It’s been another busy week for a our community of Process Hackers, so here’s an update on what some of the previous guests on Hack the Process have been working on. Be sure to take a look or a listen and give them your feedback. Everybody appreciates hearing how their work is being received! And by the way, this is just the tip of the iceberg for this prolific crowd. I’m thinking about offering a more comprehensive listing in the newsletter. Please let me know if you think that would be useful.

Process Hacker Updates

Infatuation, Thy Name Is Love is the latest episode of Rendition, a new podcast about timeless tales, which was launched last week and is brought to you by Alex Cespedes.

Tom Morkes shares secrets on How to Use the Power of Storytelling with Jose Rosado, his 123rd episode of In The Trenches.

Curtis McHale says that intentions are great, but the only thing that matters is doing it. Listen in to his latest short episode promoting Jocko Podcast here. You may also find tidbits of good advice on his most recent blog posts, so check those out as well!

In a recent article on Huffington Post, Nicole Holland was named one of the 50 Must-Follow Women Entrepreneurs in 2017. Awesome!

Luis Congdon just recently had Pam Brossman on as guest on his podcast with Kamala Chambers, and the new episode is all about using Amazon to create a bestselling book.

Side Hustle Pro released an episode featuring Latham Thomas, where Nicaila Matthews talks about her on her dedication to the world of moms, birthing and self-care.

Gnomes, gnomes, gnomes! Learn what Pace Smith refers to as gnomes and how they help in healing and even in controlling other folks in her newest podcast episode on The Dervish and The Mermaid.

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Training Clients to Work Your Way with Curtis McHale on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 36

Curtis McHale took his training as a counselor and applied it to his work in web development, writing books and articles and hosting a podcast to help small businesses define their processes. He also coaches freelancers about how to optimize their work around the life they want to lead. Along the way he’s learned how to delegate the tasks he doesn’t enjoy, while holding onto the ones he finds energizing. In this episode, Curtis will explain how he trains his clients not to send him emails, he’ll share the process he follows to separate his work time from his personal time, and he’ll tell us how he turned his passion for Lego into a branding tool for his business.

Where to find Curtis online:

Personal Website: https://curtismchale.ca/

Consulting Website: http://sfndesign.ca/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/curtismchale

Running an Effective Project: http://sfndesign.ca/Project-Success/

Resources Curtis Mentioned

Boagworld: https://boagworld.com/show/

Red Booth: https://redbooth.com/

Trello: https://trello.com/

Calendly: https://calendly.com/

Omni Focus: https://www.omnigroup.com/omnifocus

Lego: https://www.lego.com/

Forty Eight Days to the Work You Love by Dan Miller: www.48days.com

Jeff Goins: http://goinswriter.com/

The Art of Work by Jeff Goins: http://artofworkbook.com/

The Essential Gandhi: https://books.google.com.ph/books/about/The_Essential_Gandhi.html?id=gz6l-vCVgxQC&redir_esc=y

The War of Art by Steven Pressfield: http://www.stevenpressfield.com/the-war-of-art/

How to Read a Book by Mortimer Adler: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/567610.How_to_Read_a_Book