Pathfinding with Pace Smith

On a whim, I signed up for a class on pathfinding with Pace Smith that starts today. Pace is a remarkable woman, and I’ve been watching her and her wife Kyeli as they’ve slowly built their media empire over the years. I always really enjoy listening to their podcasts.

I started reading their blog posts back when they called themselves the Freak Revolution. They’ve gone through a number of iterations since then, but their focus always seems to be on effective communication strategies, both between people and inside of their own heads.

They’ve also published a number of books and courses, including one of my favorite books on interpersonal communication: The Usual Error. If you haven’t heard of it yet, it’s worth checking out. I bought the recorded audio version, so I could hear them narrate it in their own voices.

The pathfinding class should be fun. It’s a chance to find out a little bit more about what Pace has been teaching.She has such strong energy, and such a creative way of putting ideas. plus, at the end of the course, I get a one-hour coaching session with Pace one-on-one. That alone is easily worth the price of admission.

Published by M. David Green

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

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