We’ve been doing this show for a while, and the amazing folks who’ve come to share their processes continue to evolve and create projects and resources that are worth keeping up with. To help make that easier for everybody, I thought it would be good to share a few recent updates from some of Process Hackers you’ve heard from on the show.
Process Hacker Updates
Tara Hunt recommended an inclusive tech community that’s looking for volunteers. Check out TO/gether to see some of their upcoming events and get involved.
Heather Chauvin posted a video of her interview with Renee Jain, a practical mindfulness expert for parents, about ways to address anxiety and stress:
Jina Anne has created a page on Patreon so people can get involved and stay up to date with her events, writing, speaking, and community building work around design systems. Check it out and show your support!
If you’re confused about where to publish what in social media, check out Frank Strona’s latest blog post explaining how he decides what information goes where and why.
Happy Keshapalooza from Dr. Kesha Moore! It’s a month-long celebration of stress-busters focusing on the science of happiness, as she explains in her recent video.
Carter Thomas has been podcasting about the bitcoin economy, and his show Coin Mastery just hit its 200,000th download. Way to go, Carter!
Side Hustle Nation just published an essay by Tom Corson-Knowles walking readers through the seven steps to earning their first $1000 as a freelance writer.
Jay Wong interviewed Alex Charfen, a podcaster and consultant who is famous for discovering the entrepreneurial personality type (EPT) for his Inner Changemaker podcast.
The Inner Game of You is a new video from Guy and Ilan Ferdman of Satori Prime. Also don’t miss the latest episode of their Have It All podcast, where they discuss how to heal your core wounds.
Paula Jenkins is kicking off the third season of her Jump Start Your Joy podcast with episode 102, in which she talks about reconnecting with your joy when something you once loved now feels heavy.
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