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 money flows, workplace tokenism, puzzle games, and more.
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On April 17 in New York, you can join the Learning by Making Series for free to discover strategies that can make today’s learners competitive. Sasha Ariel Alston will be speaking about introducing STEM to kids.
Veteran’s PATH, where Bill Duane serves as Vice Chairman of the Board, is inviting women veterans to the CenterPoint OEF/OIF Women Veterans’ Retreats from May 12 to 17 in New Mexico to help them heal from PTSD and re-adjust to civilian life.
After months of hiatus, Hampton Catlin and husband Michael Lintorn Catlin are back with a new episode of the We Have A Microphone poscast. Hear them kick back, drink a Laura Palmer, and chat for forty minutes about Brexit, British Prime Ministers, and a whole lot more!
Michelle Kim sent out a love letter to underrepresented people in the workplace who might be experiencing tokenism and isolation, as a reminder that even if you think you’re all alone in the workplace, you’re not.
Catch Amy Hoy and other digital thought leaders at Webstock 2019 in New Zealand. The conference, which runs from June 26 to 28, will gather folks to explore the present, the future, and the potential of the web. Both Brennan Dunn and Alex Hillman mentioned Amy in their Hack the Process interviews.
Seth Godin, whose work made an impact on Alex Cespedes, Tara Byrne, and Tiffani Bova, uses the latest episode of his Akimbo Podcast to remind us that money flows, and even though monetary value is everywhere, it does not necessarily translate to the value of your work.
Kerwin McKenzie lives in airplanes, travels the world, and epitomizes the digital nomad lifestyle. Hear his travel hacks, how he runs two websites while traveling, and how he affords his lifestyle in an interesting chat on the Yaro blog with Yaro Starak, who was mentioned by Michelle Dale.
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