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 scientific courage, elusive prospects, sleep myths, and more. Enjoy!
The Project Book, a podcast by Alex Cespedes, has a new episode up, in which he explains that staying in control may mean that you’re not going fast enough.
Discover ways to free yourself from negativity and reprogram your mindset with a free masterclass from Byron Morrison.
The traveling 12-Minute RV Convos series from Engel Jones has kicked off! Check out the third episode, in which Engel spends twelve minutes chatting with Transformational Coach Virginia Jimenez.
On the Being Me Podcast, Kate Swoboda opens up about the science behind fear and courage.
The loss of a loved one can be a devastating transition. Hear how author and podcaster Aaron McHugh coped with his own traumatic loss in this rich conversation with Jon de Waal.
The excitement of having a business doesn’t last forever, but in this episode of the $100 MBA Show, you can listen to some tips from Omar Zenhom about how to put the spark back into your business.
If you need to find a prospect who changed jobs, you can often do so using LinkedIn. Learn how in this Medium article from LeadFuze, founded by Justin McGill
Life is complex enough as it is, so why not simplify things? Watch this video of Mark Silver explaining the simplicity key.
Curious to learn how the best entrepreneurs scaled their startups? This Forbes article by Ron Carucci is a good place to start.
Find out why Julian Hayes claims that the need for eight hours of sleep is a myth in his newest Inc article.
You can have depression and still be successful according to author Mel Robbins, whose book was recommended by Kesha Moore.
Sara Hart, a coach mentioned by Kimberly Wiefling will be offering her Thinking Environment Foundation Course from July 10 to 11 at the Conference Center in San Mateo, California.
France gets a taste of meditation at the Science Art Mediation conference from June 29 to July 1, with some major names practicing meditation, including Jon Kabat-Zinn, who was mentioned as an influence by Bill Duane, Lisa Dale Miller, and Rhonda Magee.
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