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Interested in supporting diversity and inclusion? The last AlterConf SF needs sponsors! Don’t miss out on this conference by Ashe Dryden happening on December 10.
Connecting with your audience can be difficult, but cracking a joke isn’t easy either. Maybe you can pick up some tricks from Sarah Cooper by attending her talk in Chicago for the kick-off of Modus World Tour on December 6.
Having values is key, even when it comes to business. Patrick Campbell chats with Kyle Porter on the importance of values-driven growth. Justin McGill named Patrick as one of his resources.
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If you’re looking for some philosophical diversion, an opportunity to network, a place to work with friends, or tips on how to shine in your next job interview, you’ll want to explore some of the links in this week’s edition of Process Hacker News. The guests of Hack the Process are always putting something new out into the world, and these updates just scratch the surface!
Business Building Rockstars Show just published a new episode Listen in as the host, Nicole Holland, chats with Jordan Gill on how she can offer clients the advantages of automation, delegation and productive workflow. Nicole also invites entrepreneurs to participate in Business Building Rockstars Summit in November. For free access to the event, join up now!
If you believe in the magic of change, read this recent blog post written by Curtis McHale as he dissects the book Switch by Chip and Dan Heath and the analogy of a rider and an elephant.
Wondering how to react when your podcast guest says something that you totally disagree with? That’s the topic of the latest episode of The Dervish and the Mermaid. Listen to Pace Smith as she launches into an engaging conversation with Kyeli on Talking Back to Podcast Guests.
LeadFuze founder Justin McGill shares a content marketing strategy that can help boost your sales! Watch his interview in this video
I first came across Daniel Coffeen when I listened to his popular 2008 Rhetoric class after the entire semester of lectures was made available online for free by UC Berkeley. His powerful and enthusiastic approach to teaching a traditional academic subject impressed me, and I’ve been following his career ever since–or at least I thought I had been. As I found out in this interview, there’s more to this philosopher, blogger, writer, podcaster, and teacher than I ever knew. In this episode Daniel tells us how he stays motivated after more than a decade freelancing, and how he knits together the seemingly unrelated strands of his successful and distinctive career.