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 worthwhile worrying, entrepreneurial blunders, profitable ebooks, and more. Enjoy!
Want to learn how to create a healthy coaching relationship with your client? Join a webinar by Ron Carucci on August 2 and find out.
Ilan Ferdman spreads inspiration and laughs in his interview on the City Gala Summit Mastermind Talk, where he talks about mindful marketing and coaching.
How do you turn worry into action? Andi Galpern reveals how she does it and more on The FLOW Podcast.
Have you ever wondered if you would get a positive return on investment from hiring a virtual assistant? Find out by how to evaluate that decision by watching this video from Michelle Dale.
Let Omar Zenhom teach you the necessary steps to take when starting your blog from scratch on The $100MBA Show.
When no one is watching your content, why bother putting up new stuff on your podcast or vlog? Jay Wong has some good advice to motivate you to keep on keeping on!
How does Julian Hayes II merge the art of fitness and life? Tune in to his interview on Selfish the Podcast and find out.
Every entrepreneur has had their share of blunders, and Tara Hunt admits to making some business mistakes as well in a recent LinkedIn article.
How do you earn money from free Ebooks? Tom Corson-Knowles will show you ten ways.
Fitness fans, increase your benchpress with these three tips from Malek Banoun.
If you’re a Neil Gaiman fan like Jay Wong is, you’ll be thrilled to know that the trailer for Good Omens, based on the book by Neil and Terry Pratchett, is out. The series will start in 2019!
Show some support if you’d like to get a behind the scenes look at Muoyo Okome’s process! Muoyo is the CEO and Founder of AppMagic, and was mentioned as an inspiration by Nicaila Matthews-Okome.
Vlogger Casey Neistat, followed by Josh Haynam reviews the latest model of the Sony RX100 compact camera and gives his opinion on whether it’s worth the $1200 price tag.
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