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 blockbuster movies, indie games, healing music, and more.
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The Women’s Foreign Policy Group brings you Innovation in International Development, featuring Ann Mei Chang on May 15 in Washington, DC, where attendees can expect to learn more about data-driven approaches to build stronger societies.
Have you seen the latest Marvel blockbuster, Avengers: Endgame? On the We Have A Microphone Podcast, you can listen to Michael and Hampton Catlin chat about the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the holes in the movie’s plot while sipping on their newest cocktail concoction named after the infamous Endgame villain, Thanos.
How do you combat human trafficking using music? Find out from Curtis Romjue, President of First Aid Arts, an organization which uses arts to help trauma survivors, on the Life Through Transitions Podcast, hosted by Jon de Waal.
Compass Rose, the new lateral-thinking puzzle game created by Pace Smith was featured on Trailer Tuesday by Indie Games Plus. If you want to find out what everyone’s been saying about the game, check out the latest review on the Demo Disk Show.
Thrive Global composed a list of books on leadership, entrepreneurship, and management, and Nine Lies About Work by Marcus Buckingham and our most recent Hack the Process guest, Ashley Goodall, is included.
Maybe You Should Talk to Someone is the latest book by psychotherapist Lori Gottlieb, and you can hear more about her and her book on The Trauma Therapist, hosted by Guy Macpherson, who was recommended by Lisa Dale Miller.
Catch Elizabeth Gilbert, New York Times bestselling author and inspiration for Tara Byrne and Jenny Feinberg, at St. Ann’s Church in Brooklyn, New York on June 4, where she will be promoting her upcoming book, City of Girls.
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