Task Delegation, Device Freedom, Nondual Reality, and More in Process Hacker News

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 meditating moms, real resolutions, viral video, and more.

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The 2019 Continuum of Service Conference, a three-day conference from March 6 to 8 at the University of San Diego, focuses on embracing multiple ways of learning. On March 7, Rhonda Magee will be featured as a guest speaker to talk about mindfulness and justice.

Catch Bill Duane in Colombo, Sri Lanka on March 22 as he opens the breakfast forum at Sri Lanka Association of Software and Service Companies (SLASSCOM) People Summit 2019, providing leaders with talent management insights.


On the Built on Air Podcast, find out about Alex Hillman’s two businesses, Indy Hall and Stacking the Bricks, along with his app philosophy and his use of Airtable CRM, a spreadsheet-database hybrid.

Find out what it’s like to get trained live by Tom Morkes as entrepreneur and podcaster Kim Doyal shares her lessons with Tom on how to reach over a thousand new customers a month without paid advertising.

Tara Hunt pays a visit to The Lawsome Podcast to explain content marketing strategies and inbound marketing for law firms.

Get to know more about nondual reality from author and psychologist John Astin as he joins Lisa Dale Miller on the Groundless Ground Podcast.


Congratulations to Andrew Nance whose book, Puppy Mind, made it to the list of the best children’s mindfulness books on Bookroo!

Delegating tasks can be challenging. How do you know how much of your business to delegate? In a new article, Ryan Waggoner shares his own experience assigning tasks and the lessons he learned from it.

Do you know how you can make money on Pinterest? Jon Dykstra reveals ten methods in his latest blog post.

Recommended Resources

Find some much-needed clarity at the Abraham-Hicks workshop, led by Esther Hicks in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on March 9. Guy and Ilan Ferdman mentioned Esther during their interview.

Life Scale is the newest book by Brian Solis, coming out on March 6. Brian encourages us to put down our devices to live a more creative, productive, and happy life. Tara Hunt recommended following Brian.

Listen to Eric Termuende discuss how to rethink how we work and who we work for in an interview for Shakti Waves Radio. Eric was mentioned by Tara Byrne.

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Published by M. David Green

The host of Hack the Process, M. David Green is a writer and agile coach.

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