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 resilient cores, YouTube marketing, transitional eating, and more. Enjoy!
There’s still time to register for Agile and Scrum: Dramatically Improving Software Delivery led by Ron Lichty in San Francisco on June 9.
For the last few weeks Mike Massy has been releasing free weekly lyrics videos for some of his recent songs, such as Al Ennou, letting you sing along with the original Arabic or read translations in English as the song plays.
Tara Hunt dishes out some secrets on how to build a great YouTube marketing strategy in an interview by Valene Jouany of Smarp. The Truly Social Podcast, hosted by Tara and Carlos Pacheco, also delivers its second episode, which tackles the topic of why the agency model is broken.
Business can cause stress, so find out what business skills can help boost your social life and your work in this blog entry by Frank Strona
The Enterprise UX conference is coming up June 13th through the 15th in San Francisco, and you’ll find Nathan Curtis of UX design agency EightShapes, who was referenced by Jina Anne among the line-up of workshop presenters.
Learn to unleash your potential with Lewis Howes, a coach and speaker whom Malek Banoun and Paula Jenkins follow. Lewis is bringing you his Summit of Greatness from October 4th to 6th in Columbus, Ohio.
Andrew Nance suggested following Rick Hanson, who recently published a new book called Resilient: How to Grow an Unshakable Core of Calm, Strength, and Happiness.
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