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 online fundraising, founder dating, hiring professionals, and more.
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The Resource Alliance has announced Ann Mei Chang as a keynote speaker at Fundraising Online 2019, a free virtual conference from June 12 to 13 that will focus on digital fundraising, engagement, and emerging tech trends.
Dr. Anna Lembke sits down with Lisa Dale Miller on the Groundless Ground Podcast to expose the truth about the inadequacy of modern psychiatric treatment, opioid overprescribing, and ineffective chronic pain treatment.
Founder dating helps potential co-founders find each other and determining whether they are a good fit before creating a startup together. Ricky Yean shares a few founder dating rituals which might help you find your perfect co-founder match.
If you’re wondering what podcasting equipment to try, check out this post from Alex Cespedes, in which he shares the tools he uses to record his show, Or So I Thought. While you’re there, sign up for his new weekly newsletter featuring eight things worth sharing.
In running a business, when should we do it ourselves and when should we hire help? In a new blog post, Mark Silver suggests two areas where we might be better off putting ourselves in the hands of professionals.
The Boss Mom Workshop, a seven-hour intensive workshop centered on business and launching programs, is coming to Baltimore, Maryland on July 18. Boss Mom Dana Malstaff, who is followed by Maria Dismondy, will be leading the workshop.
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