Harassment, Emptiness, Nightmare Clients, and More in Process Hacker News

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 harassment, emptiness, nightmare clients, and more.

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Online harassment is the topic for author, speaker, and blogger Geraldine DeRuiter on The Anatomy of a Strategy Podcast with Tara Hunt and Carlos Pacheco. Hear how much representation matters in marketing, especially when reaching out to certain demographics.

In a new episode of the Mom is in Control Podcast, Heather Chauvin reminds you to face your challenges and do the work. Never second-guess your worth, and remember that you are enough.

Do you sometimes feel unmotivated and empty? Listen to Byron Morrison present three ways to reignite your passion and purpose.


The Launch Pad Foundation was created by Anne Driscoll and Chris Schultz to close the gaps in connectedness and support, and to increase entrepreneurial opportunity. You can read more about Launch Pad Foundation’s goals in this recent Medium post, and find out how to get involved.

One of our newest guests on Hack the Process, Zvi Band, shares his thoughts about taking a step back from self-promotion after releasing his book, Success is in Your Sphere.

Why shouldn’t you filter out nightmare clients?Mark Silver explains his reasoning, and what you should do instead, in a new blog post.

Pace Smith has a new blog post on Facebook telling readers about a transphobic experience and being misgendered while at the hospital for leg surgery.

Response Source is an online platform for journalists to connect with folks who have stories to share, and according to Alistair Clay’s blog post, it’s the perfect way to get media coverage when you’re on a budget.

Frank Strona has posted an article looking back and reflecting about diversity and gay life in 1976, and how some things have not changed.

Loonshots, a book by Safi Bahcall, has been named as one of the best management books for entrepreneurs and executives in a Forbes article by Tom Pauli.

Recommended Resources

After the death of Bozoma Saint John’s husband, she reveals how she overcame fear, and how her daughter gave her strength. Sasha Ariel Alston lists Bozoma as one of her role models.

Michael D. Watkins, whose book Pam Wasley recommended, guests on the Strong Suit Podcast to reveal the secrets of how to master your next career move and to discuss his recently-published book, Master Your Next Move.

Thanks for checking out this Process Hacker News update from Hack the Process. If you liked what you saw, please leave a comment to let us know what processes you’re hacking.

Published by M. David Green

The host of Hack the Process, M. David Green is a writer and agile coach.

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