Process Hacker News for February 19, 2018

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 billionaires, soft fronts, wild hearts, and a meaningless, uncaring universe. Enjoy!


If you want to center your business around love and inspiration, sign up for The Heart of Money, a course created by Mark Silver which starts on February 28.


A free online summit hosted by Tom Morkes called the $100K Launch School begins February 19th and runs until the 24th. Two of our other past Hack the Process guests, Brennan Dunn and Ryan Waggoner, along with myself, are among the featured speakers.

As a speaker at Relationships and the Health-Promoting Power of Connection Across the Lifespan, Rhonda Magee will be discussing the value of compassionate, inclusive communication. This event will be held at UCLA from March 16 to 18.

Are you wondering what role managers play in Agile teams? On February 28, Ron Lichty will be speaking about that to the Beyond Agile group at Impact Hub in Seattle.


Looking for funding for your tech projects related to diversity and inclusion? Ashe Dryden and her team at Fund Club would love to give you a hand. Apply now!


Rich Mironov was interviewed on InfoQ’s Engineering Culture podcast about product development trends.

Entrepreneur Naveen Jain guests on The Inner Changemaker Podcast with Jay Wong to explain what’s involved in becoming a billionaire.

Anxiety and depression are ongoing life issues Pace Smith and Kyeli have to deal with. In the latest podcast episode of The Dervish and the Mermaid, they share how some recent medication changes help them not care whether the universe is a meaningless, uncaring void.


Process Street, founded by Vinay Patankar was featured on as one of four tools to run your company remotely.

LeadFuze led by Justin McGill recently published a new article showing some copywriting principles to test out in sales and email campaigns.

Recommended Resources

In Brene Brown’s most recent interview on the On Being Podcast, she emphasizes the importance of having a strong back, soft front and a wild heart. Brene was referenced by two of our past guests, Kate Swoboda and Heather Chauvin.

Living Compassion has opened registration for two workshops, Conscious Compassionate Action and Parenting with the Mentor. Cheri Huber, admired by Kate Swoboda and referenced during Mike Massy’s episode of Hack the Process, is a mindfulness teacher and the founder of Living Compassion.

Nathan Curtis, founder of user experince design firm EightShapes and a recommendation made by Hack the Process guest Jina Anne, explains Design system intermediaries in his latest blog post.

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Process Hacker News for January 15, 2018

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 advice about focusing your intentions, getting that book published, and how seriously to take the new year’s resolutions you just made. Remember, if you sign up you can get all this delivered right to your inbox every week, along with a few exclusive updates for the Process Hackers on our mailing list. Enjoy!


Start the year with a good laugh! Go check out comedian Sarah Cooper’s site for information about her upcoming shows in 2018.


Be inspired by Adam Siddiq’s grandfather’s true tale of captivity and strength through suffering in Adam’s new book, Shackled: A Journey from Political Imprisonment to Freedom.


New Year, new you shouldn’t be the case. Hear what JuVan Langford has to say about waiting until a new year starts to make changes for the better.

What is that One Thing you seriously want to focus on? Jay Wong interviews Jay Papasan, co-author of the bestselling book “How to Focus On One Thing,” about why this matters.

Finding your fans and making a living as an artist can be tricky. Jeff Goins talks about that with Tom Corson-Knowles.

Get your dose of rhetoric as Daniel Coffeen elaborates on the radical empiricism of rhetoric in a recent interview. Plus, read The Delirium of Empiricism, a blog post Daniel just published.

Sponsoring a major conference can cost some serious cash. Find out how much it could be, and how to determine if it’s worth the investment, from Omar Zenhom.


Our latest Hack the Process guest, Ron Carucci shares scientific evidence that proves timing is essential for successful change.

Recommended Resources

Join The Mindfulness and Meditation Summit for free on January 22, where some of the leaders in the field like Shefali Tsabary, Chade-Meng Tan, Pema Chodron, Jon Kabat-Zinn, and Jack Kornfield are speaking. They were all recommendations made by Heather Chauvin, Bill Duane, Lisa Dale Miller, Rhonda Magee, Kate Swoboda, Jenny Feinberg and Loic LeMeur.

Author Julia Cameron reminds you to Keep the drama on the page in her latest blog post. She has been a great influence on Jay Wong, Loic LeMeur and Heather Chauvin.

Want to know how to become a published author in 90 days? The new episode of Entrepreneur on Fire with Self Publishing School Podcast host Chandler Bolt might help. Tom Morkes, Nicaila Matthews and Nicole Holland have all spoken highly of John Lee Dumas.

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Process Hacker News for November 13, 2017

Process Hacker Updates


This week a couple of our Process Hackers were recognized in the media:

Jay Wong has been named as one of the Top 40 Millennial Influencers to Follow in 2018 by New Theory Magazine. Check out who else is on the list!

Previous Hack the Process guest Tom Morkes has been noted as one of the 7 Top Motivating and Inspiring Mentors of 2017, alongside other noteworthy publishers including vloggers Casey Neistat and Gary Vaynerchuk, by self-mastery coach Johnny from the Motion-Effect blog.


Several Process Hackers published new blog posts and podcast episodes this week:

If you want to know what the hardest part about starting a new business is, get it straight from founder, Loic Le Meur in his recently published Medium article.

An Artist’s Benediction is a new Medium post by Jenny Feinberg where you’ll find some words of inspiration and commitment. Read on to find out more about how she approaches her art.

If you’d like to develop a tough attitude, read Curtis McHale as he dissects Angela Duckworth’s book Grit, and see how the book is divided into three main questions and answers.

Being healthy while still being productive at work don’t always feel like they can go hand in hand, but this essay about five easy habits by Julian Hayes II might change your mind.

Want to be an expert in Artificial Intelligence or at least look like one? Perhaps you can by employing these hilarious tips by Noshaba Khan on Sarah Cooper’s blog.


One of our Process Hackers is participating in a live event you might want to check out:

What Use is Mindfulness in the Face of Injustice? Learn more about how mindfulness can transform our society by joining this retreat with Rhonda Magee and Jon Kabat-Zinn on December 1 and 2 in New York.


And one of the Process Hackers is running a contest:

This week Dr. Kesha Moore is giving away a Woman’s Success Package written by women, for women. Just answer a simple question before November 17 for a chance to win three books by Brene Brown, Valorie Burton, and Kesha herself.

Recommended Resources

And here are a few updates from people our Process Hackers have recommended following:

Have you heard of STATION F, a huge startup campus set in Paris? Read all about Brian Solis’s experience and even watch the video as he explores this formerly abandoned train station to show how it has transformed into a glorious new venue for tech startups. Brian was one of the resources mentioned in Tara Hunt‘s Hack the Process interview.

If you’ve already gotten over the challenge of starting a business, you may be looking for The Trick to Scaling a Business. If so, you can learn a lot in the newest episode on Entrepreneur On Fire, where John Lee Dumas discovers how Nikitas Tsoukalis grew his business 80% every year. Tom Morkes, Nicaila Matthews, and Nicole Holland all told Hack the Process that they found inspiration thru John Lee Dumas’s podcast.

That’s the Process Hacker News for this week. Be sure to sign up for the mailing list, where I’m planning to share expanded updates along with all the links. And if this has been helpful, it would be great to hear back from you!

Process Hacker News for November 6, 2017

Last week I decided to add the Process Hacker News to the podcast as a weekly mini episode, and I noticed that that brought in some new listeners. So welcome! Whether you’re new to Hack the Process or you’ve been listening since the beginning, I’d love to hear from you and find out how I can make these updates even more useful!

The Process Hackers who’ve been guests on Hack the Process keep creating new and interesting resources for you, from blog posts and YouTube videos to podcast episodes and live events. Following these action-takers and sharing the wisdom is very satisfying, and I’ve been happy to hear back from a few of you about how it’s helped. And again this week, there’s a lot to cover.



Process Hacker Updates

With the amazing rise in Bitcoin and the volatility of the cryptocurrency market, you may be wondering about Bitcoin Cash. Find out what’s happening on the latest episode of Coin Mastery by Carter Thomas.

Trying to learn more about your audience but no idea where to start? These 3 Free Market Research Tools shared in a video by Tara Hunt might help.

If you’re a woman interested in making and managing your money, listen to Heather Chauvin, with guest Lynette Barbieri, as they discuss why it’s crucial for women to handle their finances and find their community of fellow female moneymakers.

It’s difficult to run a business and find meaning and purpose above and beyond profitability. Read Mark Silver‘s new blog post, where he shares all about The Intersection of Deep Essence and Business.

It can be easy to let yourself be part of a team, but being a leader is an entirely different story. Jay Wong talks to Josh Spodek about How to Practice Leadership in his most recent podcast episode.

If you’ve read about the recent #MeToo movement and you’re wondering what you can do in your own company to prevent sexual harassment, read the new article written by Diversity and Inclusion Consultant, Michelle Kim.

The Coach Malek Show is up and running! Malek Banoun has announced that he will be posting videos of workout tips, but he needs your opinion of how often and how long his videos should be. Share your thoughts!

Those in the medical field work to help their patients recover, but they sometimes neglect their own health. Join Lisa Dale Miller in a daylong retreat of Dharmic Self-Care for clinicians at Spirit Rock on November 12, and allow your mind, body and heart to be restored.

Frank Strona shares his talk on mentoring LGBT people in tech at TechInclusion. Watch the video if you’d like to learn more.

Recommended Resources

Planning a European vacation but want to work on your marketing campaign as well? No problem! Join Lou Bortone in Tuscany, Italy from April 29 to May 5 as he holds his Marketing Mastermind Under the Tuscan Sun. Lou was mentioned by Nicole Holland during her Hack the Process interview.

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Process Hacker News for October 2, 2017

We’ve been doing this show for a while, and the amazing folks who’ve come to share their processes continue to evolve and create projects and resources that are worth keeping up with. To help make that easier for everybody, I thought it would be good to share a few recent updates from some of Process Hackers you’ve heard from on the show.

Process Hacker Updates

Tara Hunt recommended an inclusive tech community that’s looking for volunteers. Check out TO/gether to see some of their upcoming events and get involved.

Heather Chauvin posted a video of her interview with Renee Jain, a practical mindfulness expert for parents, about ways to address anxiety and stress:

Jina Anne has created a page on Patreon so people can get involved and stay up to date with her events, writing, speaking, and community building work around design systems. Check it out and show your support!

If you’re confused about where to publish what in social media, check out Frank Strona’s latest blog post explaining how he decides what information goes where and why.

Happy Keshapalooza from Dr. Kesha Moore! It’s a month-long celebration of stress-busters focusing on the science of happiness, as she explains in her recent video.

Carter Thomas has been podcasting about the bitcoin economy, and his show Coin Mastery just hit its 200,000th download. Way to go, Carter!

Side Hustle Nation just published an essay by Tom Corson-Knowles walking readers through the seven steps to earning their first $1000 as a freelance writer.

Jay Wong interviewed Alex Charfen, a podcaster and consultant who is famous for discovering the entrepreneurial personality type (EPT) for his Inner Changemaker podcast.

The Inner Game of You is a new video from Guy and Ilan Ferdman of Satori Prime. Also don’t miss the latest episode of their Have It All podcast, where they discuss how to heal your core wounds.

Paula Jenkins is kicking off the third season of her Jump Start Your Joy podcast with episode 102, in which she talks about reconnecting with your joy when something you once loved now feels heavy.

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