Process Hacker News for April 24, 2018

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 cat herders, retreats in Egypt, integrative psychiatry, and more. Enjoy!


Discover great tips on productivity from Curtis McHale’s new book, Analogue Productivity.


Hey, virtual assistants, what’s better than a virtual assistant retreat? A virtual assistant retreat in Egypt! In October, Michelle Dale and Danielle Greason are hosting a retreat in El Gouna, Egypt for virtual assistants and online service providers.


The latest Hack the Process guest, Byron Morrison, has a new video up about the Thought Freedom Technique, which helps you free yourself from negativity.

In the newest Groundless Ground Podcast episode, Lisa Dale Miller explores the subject of integrative psychiatry with Jose Calderon-Abbo, MD.

When you’ve hit a plateau in your workout routines and aren’t getting results, try these tips by Hack the Process guest Malek Banoun.

In a new episode of Mom Is In Control, Heather Chauvin goes deep into how she is dying to be a good mother.

Josh Haynam was nearing burnout until he finally reached $1 million in annual revenue. He reveals all that and more to Ryan Robinson on The Side Hustle Project Podcast.

If you’d like to know how affiliate marketing can grow your business, listen to Tom Morkes discuss that on the Peak Performers Podcast with Thor Conklin.


Present yourself well, and gain confidence in the process. You can find some useful tips from Frank Strona.

Want to learn how to be a good writer? Read the writing habits of successful authors shared by Tom Corson-Knowles.

Recommended Resources

Elizabeth Smart, a New York Times best-selling author who was once kidnapped for nine months, reveals how hope heals on The School of Greatness Podcast with Lewis Howes, a great influence on Malek Banoun and Paula Jenkins.

Grab your copy of Herding Cats: A Sarah’s Scribbles Collection, recently released by Sarah Andersen, one of Sarah Cooper’s favorite cartoonists.

If you’re frequently comparing yourself to others and it’s becoming a bit unhealthy, Nicole Culver, referenced by Nicole Holland, suggests four ways to avoid comparison traps.

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Published by M. David Green

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

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