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 Amish barns, traveling vagabonds, cooking entrepreneurs, and more. Enjoy!
Pledge $100 a month for a great cause by joining Fund Club by Ashe Dryden. This week, Fund Club will be raising funds for Project Alloy, a group that builds an inclusive tech community by offering financial grants to early-career individuals and underrepresented people in tech so they can attend tech conferences.
Several Amish families whose barns were struck by a tornado, but whose community helped them get back on their feet, show how overcoming change is possible with other people’s help. This story is shared and explained in a blog post by Jon DeWaal.
Luis Congdon has a new essay in Entrepreneur about how relying only on social media marketing can be disastrous for business. He’s also got a new podcast interview in which he chats about traveling the world with Author Rolf Potts, author of Vagabonding: An Uncommon Guide to the Art of Long-Term World Travel.
Veterans are welcome to join a one-day pathfinder program on April 15 at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco for a day of fun and community. It’s free for those who have served since 1990. Bill Duane is the Vice Chairman of the Board of Veteran’s Path, the organization that brings vets together.
Military veterans can turn their skills into a corporate career. How? Read up on this article created by Dorie Clark, who was mentioned as a resource by Nicole Holland and Ron Carucci.
Jayna Dall guests on Entrepreneurs Journey to tell host Yaro Starak how she turned children’s lesson plans into a $250,000 a year online business. Michelle Dale is a follower of Yaro’s entrepreneurial journey.
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