Process Hacker News for March 6, 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 imposter syndrome, intermittent fasting, inspired organizations, and more. Enjoy!


For the second episode of Groundless Ground Podcast, Lisa Dale Miller invited Researcher and Bodymind Science Co-Founder Peter Payne to speak about the clinical use of Qigong.

Pam Wasley shares her insights on networks, leadership, and career, and states that nothing is a one-way street on On The Schmooze Podcast.

Podcasting has a lot of perks, and gaining visibility and credibility by podcast guesting is highly possible. Nicole Holland gives details about that on the Your Online Genius Podcast.

Malek Banoun gets asked by a caller about intermittent fasting. Hear about his experience in the new episode of FIT Sessions Podcast.

This week’s winner of Free Ride Friday has been announced on The $100 MBA Show, where Omar Zenhom reveals the most important asset in business, how to develop it, and how to use it effectively.


Last month Hack the Hood, an organization helping low-income youth of color to enter careers in tech, raised $7,800 with the help of the members of Fund Club. Keep supporting Fund Club, co-founded by Ashe Dryden.


Avoid some common mistakes managers make when it comes to diverse teams by following these suggestions by Michelle Kim on Quartz at Work.

In a new article written by Julian Hayes, he enumerates a couple of reasons why feeling like an impostor is good for high performers.


Kimberly Wiefling’s newest book, Inspired Organizational Cultures: Discover your DNA, Engage Your People, and Design Your Future is now out!


Encourage positive traits in your kids by watching Empowering Kids with Character from Maria Dismondy. For the month of February, Maria suggested using the February Love Challenge to boost your child’s good character.

Recommended Resources

Being needy is commonly seen as a negative trait, but on the Being Well Podcast with Dr. Rick Hanson, who was recommended by Andrew Nance, Dr. Rick says that we all have needs, and explains how to get yours met.

Cecil Baldwin, a resource mentioned by Alex Cespedes, recently announced that ALL HAIL, Welcome to Night Vale’s live show, is coming to the US and Canada in April. Check out their schedule to know if they’re stopping by your neighborhood.

Come meet and greet Elizabeth Gilbert on her Big Magic Tour! Elizabeth’s words as an author inspired Tara Byrne.

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Process Hacker News for January 30, 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 CNN Executives, Writing Contests, Monetizing Your Expertise, and More. Enjoy!


Listen in as Gavin Zuchlinski chats with Doug Morneau on Doug’s podcast about qualified prospects and client appointments.

How entrepreneurs and C level executives work together has changed, thanks to the interim executive model. That’s what Pam Wasley discusses in her latest interview on the Reach or Miss Podcast.

Being an expert at something doesn’t immediately guarantee any cash flow, but My Fab Finance founder Tonya Rapley shares her knowledge on how to monetize your expertise with host Nicaila Matthews on Side Hustle Pro.

Free stuff used to be enough to bring traffic to your website, but does free content still work in today’s saturated market? You can find out on The $100 MBA Show with Omar Zenhom.

Dad is in control has now come true for the Mom is In Control podcast! Heather Chauvin has her husband Bryan Chauvin as a guest again on her show, and they have an amusing back and forth about the experiences in their marriage and their new Facebook group. While you’re there, check out her episode on the importance of energy healing.


TCK Publishing by Tom Corson-Knowles just announced that they’ll be hosting a writing prompt competition every Friday. Check out their Facebook page for more details!


Ron Carucci writes about his chat with former CNN Executive Parisa Khosravi on what it takes to find a leader’s voice.

Julian Hayes II has two new blog posts with tips on four toxic words to avoid and four nighttime habits to keep as simple keys to success.


If you’re a woman searching for a community geared towards Purpose, Passion and Power, you are welcome to join Kesha Moore’s free Facebook group to link up!

Recommended Resources

Black Girls Code Founder Kimberly Bryant, who is also one of Michelle Kim’s role models, was recently featured on Walmart’s 28 Second of Greatness, a series they created for Black History Month that shows clips of inspirational people.

Robert Scoble thinks Mark Zuckerberg just turned up the dopamine after hearing Facebook’s recent announcement about posting more friends and family news on our Facebook feeds. Robert was recommended by Tara Hunt.

Nathan Barry of ConvertKit, the email marketing tool for online creators, has just updated their mission statement. Justin McGill spoke of Nathan in his Hack the Process interview.

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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!

Discover Your Inner Fitness Superhero With Julian Hayes on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 52

It’s possible to go from comic book nerd to fitness superhero, and Julian Hayes is proof of that. Julian turned himself into a writer, a speaker, and a coach by applying daily discipline to his routines while tracking his progress to figure out what worked best for his clients and for himself. In this episode of Hack the Process Julian will explain how he coaches fitness clients entirely online using tracking apps, why he avoids writing about specific diet and exercise prescriptions, and what one mundane but essential health recommendation he always comes back to.

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