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47 minutes | Nov 16, 2020
Rob Chesnut Aligns Ethics and Intention at Airbnb on Hack the Process Podcast
When you're the Chief Ethics Officer for a well-known company like Airbnb, you sometimes have to weigh the conflicting demands of shareholders, employees, guests, hosts, and governments around the world against your own integrity. Rob Chesnut says that starting with integrity makes the rest of the decisions much more straightforward, and he hopes to share that message with his new book, Intentional Integrity. In this Hack the Process interview, Rob will tell us what he learned about teaching a typically dry subject like ethics from watching YouTube videos with his kids, how he approached the challenge of writing a book while working full time, and why a company's demonstrable values matter, now more than ever. For all the links, check out the show notes: https://www.hacktheprocess.com/rob-chesnut-aligns-ethics-and-intention-at-airbnb-on-hack-the-process-podcast/ Enjoy!
49 minutes | Sep 2, 2020
Adrienne Bankert Succeeds Through Kindness on Hack the Process Podcast
The path to becoming a national news correspondent on network television can be difficult and frustrating, but for Adrienne Bankert it became an opportunity to embody kindness as the secret superpower behind her success. Now she’s sharing what she learned along the way with a new book, “Your Hidden Superpower: The Kindness that Makes You Unbeatable at Work and Connects You With Anyone.” In this episode of Hack the Process Adrienne explains why mentorship drew her attention to the relevance and power of kindness in her life, how she made time to write a book while traveling the world for her work, and what she gets back from making kindness a priority. For all the links, check out the show notes: https://www.hacktheprocess.com/adrienne-bankert-succeeds-through-kindness-on-hack-the-process-podcast/ Enjoy!
45 minutes | Aug 12, 2020
Anthony Sarandrea Generates Leads by Delivering Value on Hack the Process Podcast
When you think of lead generation, you might imagine churning out a quick return on a clever Facebook ad with an affiliate link. But for Anthony Sarandrea, founder of Siteflood, it's an opportunity to build a lifetime relationship and create real value, both for his business clients and for the customers he can introduce them to. In this episode of Hack the Process, Anthony will tell us why expanded his successful lead generation business into an information resource, what delegating tasks taught him about leadership and entrepreneurship, and how his concept of mentorship shifted once he started reaching out to the people he admired for advice. For all the links, check out the show notes: https://www.hacktheprocess.com/anthony-sarandrea-generates-leads-by-delivering-value-on-hack-the-process-podcast/ Enjoy!
52 minutes | Jul 27, 2020
Dr. Tara Peters Offers Help for Demotivated Employees on Hack the Process Podcast
Demotivation is not the opposite of motivation according to Dr. Tara Peters because different factors usually cause people to become motivated or demotivated. Dr. Peters has been researching demotivation for years through her academic work in organizational behavior as well as direct consulting in the business world. She's also co-authored a book called The Demotivated Employee to help leaders address this problem that may be costing companies $500 billion annually. In this Hack the Process interview, Dr. Peters will tell us what leaders can do to help recognize and address de-motivating patterns of behavior, how she balances her demanding academic and consulting careers, and why learning to work virtually now might put business consultants at an advantage. For all the links mentioned, please check out the show notes: https://www.hacktheprocess.com/dr-tara-peters-offers-help-for-demotivated-employees-on-hack-the-process-podcast/ Enjoy!
44 minutes | Jun 29, 2020
David Bishop Takes Agile From Software to Hardware on Hack the Process Podcast
The agile mindset has gone from a radical concept to a contract requirement for many large technology companies, but different types of companies can call for different approaches. In his new book, Metagility, former engineer turned agile consultant David Bishop outlines his technique for businesses integrating software, firmware, and hardware to partner with their customers around value and quality. In this Hack the Process interview David will tell us how he used education and networking to transition from full-time employee to solopreneur, why his original business model shifted to meet the demand for agile consulting, and what his experiences investing in incubators taught him about developing an entrepreneurial mindset. For all the links, check out the show notes: https://www.hacktheprocess.com/david-bishop-takes-agile-from-software-to-hardware-on-hack-the-process-podcast/ Enjoy!
39 minutes | Jun 16, 2020
Dr. Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler Guides Conflicts to Optimal Outcomes on Hack the Process Podcast
There are some people who see conflict all around them, and others who choose not to acknowledge it at all. But according to Organizational Psychologist and author of Optimal Outcomes, Dr. Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler, the first step is stopping to notice your own patterns so you can see more clearly how the conflicts in your life affect the world around you. In this Hack the Process interview Jen will tell us about the continuing role mentorship has had in her career, what strategies helped her pivot smoothly between professional and academic careers, and how her family history inspired her to study conflict resolution. For all the links, check out the show notes: https://www.hacktheprocess.com/dr-jennifer-goldman-wetzler-guides-conflicts-to-optimal-outcomes-on-hack-the-process-podcast/ Enjoy!
4 minutes | May 26, 2020
Anxiety, Violence, Opportunity, and More in Process Hacker News from Hack the Process Podcast
Anxiety, Violence, Opportunity, and More in Process Hacker News from Hack the Process Podcast Welcome to the Process Hacker News, your roundup of useful news and updates from Process Hackers who have been guests on Hack the Process with M. David Green. This episode we’ve got anxiety, violence, opportunity, and more. For all the links, check out the show notes: https://www.hacktheprocess.com/anxiety-violence-opportunity-and-more-in-process-hacker-news-from-hack-the-process-podcast/ Enjoy! Media The Global Coworking Diaries is a project put together by Alex Hillman and Kali Norman, interviewing community leaders around the world about how the current health crisis has affected coworking. The pandemic has created a lot of disruption in our lives, but Andrew Nance wants to help ease your anxiety with some mindful breathing exercises. How did Maria Dismondy become a children’s book author? Find out in her new interview on the Coach Azul Podcast. Join Rhonda Magee and Dan Harris on Ten Percent Happier as they teach you to meditate and stop toxic tendencies.. Despite the current economic uncertainty, it’s still a good time to build your business from scratch. Tune in to Tom Morkes’s conversation with Jovana Miljanovic to lean how. Writing The Innovator’s Spirit, a new book by Chuck Swoboda just came out, and it’s already a bestseller, reaching number one among Amazon’s new release books! Congratulations, Chuck! In light of ongoing police violence against the Black community in the United States, Michelle Kim suggests twenty actions Asian Americans can take to show allyship. As a business owner, Zvi Band‘s latest article talks about the value of being transparent to your team and your stakeholders. A new blog post by Safi Bahcall features Michael Farzan, the Scripps Research virologist who worked on SARS, who mentions how Covid-19 is a dumb virus compared to HIV and Influenza. Recommended Resources Many people are having a hard time with their finances while sheltering in place. In an interview with Today, Ramit Sethi, a personal finance pro referenced by Maneesh Sethi, proposes ways to manage bills and credit card fees through strategic planning and negotiation. Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff is the topic of an article in Business Insider because he took a 90-day no lay-off pledge and is urging other CEOs to help their employees through the coronavirus by doing the same. Marc was one of the folks mentioned by Tiffani Bova in her interview. As we adapt to life during and after the pandemic, we have the opportunity now to prepare for a better future by prioritizing justice, diversity, and inclusion. Tiffany Jana, mentioned during the interview with Joy Wiggins and Kami Anderson, issues a call for us to focus on equity in her blog post. Thanks for checking out this Process Hacker News update from Hack the Process. If you liked what you saw, please leave a comment to let us know what processes you’re hacking.
45 minutes | May 14, 2020
Denise Liebetrau Can Help You Earn What You’re Worth on Hack the Process Podcast
Do you ever wonder what's going on in the minds of the Human Resources folks when you're negotiating your salary? Denise Liebetrau has been on both sides of the HR desk, and she's spent the past several years coaching job candidates about how to recognize their true value and ask for appropriate compensation. In this episode of Hack the Process Denise will tell us why she tells her clients that salary negotiation starts with your first interview, what steps she took as an employee that made it easier for her to transition into independent consulting, and how to read through the detailed requirements in a job description to recognize whether or not you should consider applying. For all the links check out the show notes: https://www.hacktheprocess.com/denise-liebetrau-can-help-you-earn-what-youre-worth-on-hack-the-process-podcast/ Enjoy!
4 minutes | Apr 28, 2020
Credibility, Discovery, Sanity, and More in Process Hacker News from Hack the Process Podcast
Welcome to the Process Hacker News, your roundup of useful news and updates from Process Hackers who have been guests on Hack the Process with M. David Green. This episode we’ve got credibility, discovery, sanity, and more and more. For all the links, check out the show notes: https://www.hacktheprocess.com/credibility-discovery-sanity-and-more-in-process-hacker-news/ Enjoy! Events You can figure out how to engage and motivate product teams by joining Ron Lichty for an online presentation on May 4. It’s free to register! Reimagine the Future is a virtual summit on May 6 that features business thinkers discussing strategy, innovation, and leadership. One of the speakers for the event is Tiffani Bova. Media Julian Hayes II has released a new episode of the Optimal Health for Busy Entrepreneurs Podcast, which focuses on the number one step to bolstering the immune system. You can improve business results through employee engagement, as explained by Kimberly Wiefling on the Mission Matters Podcast. Come register for Life Style Business, a new webinar on Zoom hosted by Anne Driscoll and Chris Schultz featuring entrepreneurs and small business owners. The show goes live every Tuesday and Thursday at 12PM Pacific Time. In this time of quarantine and social distancing, how can you promote your business and improve sales without having to meet clients? Omar Zenhom went on The Recipe for SEO Success Show to give details on how webinars can boost a business. Hear some casual chat about machine learning, quarantine life, and cocktails on the We Have a Microphone Show with Michael and Hampton Catlin. Writing When feeling distress, all you need to master the moment is four minutes using the STOP Practice, taught by Rhonda Magee on Mindful. We’re all trying to keep sane in our own little ways while sheltering in place, and Frank Strona is sharing a few of his own routines that help him cope with quarantine life. In a time of social distancing, it’s a challenge not to lose our sense of meaningful connections during virtual meetings. Wayne Baker provides ten guidelines to help us maintain human connectedness, even when we’re only getting together online. Recommended Resources May 19 is the date for The What and Why of Continuous Discovery, a webinar led by Teresa Torres to explain the habits of successful continuous discovery teams. Rich Mironov spoke highly of Teresa during his Hack the Process interview. Nassim Nicholas Taleb published a post on Medium pointing out the corporate socialism that’s happening right now despite real folks needing more help due to the economic impact of COVID-19. Tara Byrne was influenced by Nassim’s writing. Thanks for checking out this Process Hacker News update from Hack the Process. If you liked what you saw, please leave a comment to let us know what processes you’re hacking.
48 minutes | Apr 8, 2020
Chuck Swoboda Tells Us the Difference Between Invention and Innovation on Hack the Process Podcast
After 17 years as a tech CEO fighting the naysayers to lead a revolution in LED lighting, Chuck Swoboda, author of The Innovator's Spirit, has a lot to say about what innovation means. It’s not just a matter of creating something new. That new thing also has to provide value that a customer will recognize and reward. In this Hack the Process interview, Chuck explains how he learned to leverage failure without making it an objective, what changed for him as his company grew from 30 employees to several thousand, and why the best opportunities often come from being told something is impossible. For all the links check out the show notes: https://www.hacktheprocess.com/chuck-swoboda-tells-us-the-difference-between-invention-and-innovation-on-hack-the-process-podcast/ Enjoy!
46 minutes | Mar 10, 2020
Grant Aldrich Can Cut the Cost of Your College Education on Hack the Process Podcast
Student debt is a massive problem in the United States, as college costs continue to rise, and many of the emerging career opportunities are out of reach to people who have no degree. That's why Grant Aldrich's new learning platform, OnlineDegree.com, lets people take many undergraduate college courses for free, online, on their own schedule, with credits that are recognized at over a thousand accredited universities. In this episode of Hack the Process Grant will tell us why he felt it was important to make the all courses and materials free for students from day one, how he validated the concept and built an audience with practically no marketing, and what personal drivers motivated him to leverage his 15 years of startup experience to make college credits more accessible and affordable. For all the links check out the show notes: https://www.hacktheprocess.com/grant-aldrich-can-cut-the-cost-of-your-college-education-on-hack-the-process-podcast/ Enjoy!
43 minutes | Feb 25, 2020
Oscar Trimboli on Hack the Process Podcast
You can listen much faster than you can speak, and you think even faster than that. But according to Oscar Trimboli, author of Deep Listening, the point isn't just how many words you can comprehend in a minute. On this episode of Hack the Process, Oscar discusses what we need to be paying attention to while we're listening to someone speak, why deep listening matters both in our business and personal lives, and how his audacious goal of bringing deep listening to 100 million people has challenged him to speak more. For all the links mentioned, check out the show notes: https://www.hacktheprocess.com/oscar-trimboli-teaches-how-to-listen-deeply-on-hack-the-process-podcast/ Enjoy!
4 minutes | Feb 10, 2020
Momentum, Impactful Ideas, Terrible Leaders, and More in Process Hacker News
Welcome to the Process Hacker News, your 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 momentum, impactful ideas, terrible leaders, and more. For all the links, check out the show notes: https://www.hacktheprocess.com/momentum-impactful-ideas-terrible-leaders-and-more-in-process-hacker-news/ Enjoy! Events Brian Solis will be one of the keynote speakers at the Future of Marketing Conference on February 19 at the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta. Media Malcolm Gladwell has published a new book called Talking to Strangers. Find out what it’s all about as Omar Zenhom breaks down the invaluable lessons he found in there. Tom Morkes is joined on his podcast by Jonathan Keyser, the CEO of Arizona’s largest tenant rep commercial real estate firm, who talks about how he grew his business, how he trains leaders thru the Keyser Institute, and how you don’t have to be ruthless to win. Writing All You Have to Do is Ask, the new book by our latest Hack the Process guest, Dr. Wayne Baker, is now available. Go get your copy today and give yourself permission to ask for the help you want. Leadership teams can be high-performing powerhouses, but they can also set a bad example in the organization. In Ron Carucci’s new Forbes article, he points out the pitfalls of tolerating bad behavior within leadership groups. Being a parent is all about great child-rearing, and Maria Dismondy wants to help you out with a list of parenting books to raise kind and caring kids. Wouldn’t you love to have a one-hour work week? Jon Dykstra weighs the pros and cons if he were to work one hour a week and still try to grow his online publishing company. Turning Ideas Into Impact is a new book out on the Think Aha website that gathers insights about leadership skills from sixteen women who are Silicon Valley consultants, including the book’s co-author, Kimberly Wiefling. Recommended Resources SXSW 2020 is happening from March 13 to 22 in Austin, Texas, featuring speakers Tim Ferriss and Brene Brown, who jointly inspired Hack the Process guests Michelle Kim, Omar Zenhom, Alex Cespedes, Vinay Patankar, Malek Banoun, Heather Chauvin, and Kate Swoboda. You can now get the expanded version of Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends on It by Kamal Ravikant. Marissa Orr found motivation in Kamal’s books. Blasting Through Blocks is a new workshop by Julia Cameron, who was mentioned as a resource by Loic Le Meur, Jay Wong, and Heather Chauvin. Thanks for checking out this Process Hacker News update from Hack the Process. If you liked what you saw, please leave a comment to let us know what processes you’re hacking.
44 minutes | Jan 6, 2020
Dr. Wayne Baker Encourages You to Ask for Help on Hack the Process Podcast
You know that one unobtainable thing you need? You might be able to get it just by asking, according to Dr. Wayne Baker. His new book, All You Have to Do is Ask, can tell you why it works and show you how to do it, based on years of research and work in the field of generalized reciprocity. In this episode of Hack the Process Dr. Baker will tell us how he structures his time to put writing at the start of his day, what surprised him about his initial research into generosity, and why it's important to communicate the meaning of your request for help. For all the links check out the show notes: https://www.hacktheprocess.com/dr-wayne-baker-encourages-you-to-ask-for-help-on-hack-the-process-podcast/
4 minutes | Dec 30, 2019
Cool Coding, Good Grades, a Cup of Tea, 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 cool coding, good grades, a cup of tea, and more. For all the links, check out the show notes: https://www.hacktheprocess.com/cool-coding-good-grades-a-cup-of-tea-and-more-in-process-hacker-news/ Enjoy! Events Spend the holidays with new friends by joining Tea With Strangers, created by Ankit Shah to help himself and everyone else get together and connect with new folks. MarTech, the marketing technology conference, is set to happen from April 15 to 17 in San Jose, and will feature Brian Solis and Nancy Duarte as the keynote speakers. Media You can dominate in sales and business with an “Always Forward” mindset. Hear it straight from Bill Wooditch on The Brand Domination Show. Find out who Kimberly Wiefling is and how she uses organizational culture to turn groups into teams in her interview for Heart at Work Podcast. The Anatomy of a Strategy Podcast, hosted Tara Hunt and Carlos Pacheco, shines the spotlight on Alex Hillman, who shares the history of Indy Hall, Stacking the Bricks, and making a product. Writing Read It Forward wants to help you make your community a better place with this list of great reads to uplift and inspire, includingRhonda Magee’s newest book, The Inner Work of Racial Justice. Ricky Yean put together a newsletter experiment, and in his latest blog post he reveals the reflections and results he found. Coding is cool according to Sasha Ariel Alston, who is featured on The Renewal Project with her message to little girls, encouraging them to enter the world of tech. On Michelle Kim’s latest blog article, she compares and contrasts the terms allyship and accomplice, and discusses what it truly means to be an ally. Contrary to the common wisdom that it’s rarely a good idea to lower your prices, Mark Silver lists a few reasons why it might be okay to lower prices sometimes in his new blog post. Recommended Resources Lauren Kunze appeared at TEDxSanFrancisco for a talk on deprogramming homicidal sex robots. Lauren was highly recommended by Loic Le Meur during his Hack the Process interview. The Lesson to Unlearn is a new essay by Paul Graham, whose work influenced Christina Wodtke, Ankit Shah, and Ricky Yean. In it he shares his thoughts about the contradictory relationship between learning and good grades. Thanks for checking out this Process Hacker News update from Hack the Process. If you liked what you saw, please leave a comment to let us know what processes you’re hacking.
4 minutes | Dec 9, 2019
Magic, Evolution, Transformation, 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 magic, evolution, transformation, and more. For all the links, check out the show notes: https://www.hacktheprocess.com/magic-evolution-transformation-and-more-in-process-hacker-news/ Enjoy! Events Join Velocity Squared from January 29 to 30 in London to learn how to maintain and manage business growth. April Dunford will attend as a speaker. Media In an interview on the WorkTrends Podcast, Steve Farber shares the wisdom of bringing love to work and explains why love is good business. Ron Carucci pays a visit to the Net Worth It Podcast and discusses how to reignite your dreams when you’ve quit. Loic Le Meurhas a new shamanic outlook and a new Transformation podcast to go with it. WAKR News featured David Weinberger to have him share his thoughts on artificial intelligence. The Product Collective published Rich Mironov’s talk, Intro to Product Leadership, from the recently concluded INDUSTRY The Product Conference 2019. Writing Our latest Hack the Process guest, Christina Wodtke has recently published a book called The Team that Managed Itself. Congratulations, Christina! The London International Development Network’s 34th Weekly Roundup has published their overview of Ann Mei Chang’s book, Lean Impact. Alistair Clay says the best email signatures can convert customers as part of an orchestrated PR plan. Learn how from his blog post. Recommended Resources Capitalism is coming to an end — or perhaps capitalism is evolving. Geoffrey Moore, whose books Zvi Band gathered inspiration from, thinks back to the beginning of capitalism and how it’s been changing continuously to this day. Mindvalley is presenting a new parenting masterclass to teach parents how to be less reactive so they can bring up confident and authentic kids. Dr. Shefali Tsabary, referenced by Heather Chauvin, and Vishen Lakhiani, mentioned by Michelle Dale will be leading the class. Nathan Barry, mentioned by Justin McGill shares his excitement about a house he built and the magic of creating. Thanks for checking out this Process Hacker News update from Hack the Process. If you liked what you saw, please leave a comment to let us know what processes you’re hacking.
54 minutes | Nov 4, 2019
Christina Wodtke Can Help Your Team Manage Itself on Hack the Process Podcast
Objectives come in all shapes and sizes, and understanding how to measure our movement toward them can be the key to making them add value to our lives. Christina Wodtke has been using objectives and key results (OKRs) to maintain an incredible level of productivity as her interests have led her from corporate Design to academia to publishing, including her new book, a business fable called "The Team That Managed Itself." In this episode of Hack the Process, Christina will tell us how she applies her techniques to improve work satisfaction in the classroom and the office, what people get wrong about gamification when it comes to game design, and why accountability is as important as regularity if you want to make progress on your goals. For all the links check out the show notes: https://www.hacktheprocess.com/christina-wodtke-can-help-your-team-manage-itself-on-hack-the-process-podcast/ Enjoy!
4 minutes | Oct 29, 2019
Love, Justice, Uncertainty, 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 love, justice, uncertainty, and more. For all the links, check out the show notes: https://www.hacktheprocess.com/love-justice-uncertainty-and-more-in-process-hacker-news/ Enjoy! Events Join Mark Silver for Heart of Business, a one-day workshop on November 8 in Baltimore, Maryland to learn how to combine business with love and see it thrive. Media Rhonda Magee’s new book, The Inner Work of Racial Justice, is now out. Listen to Rhonda discuss the issues of racial bias and mindfulness on the Tricycle Talks Podcast. On the What’s Next Podcast, venture capitalist and CEO Jerry Colonna sits down with Tiffani Bova to discuss leadership styles, how to get comfortable with uncertainty, and radical self-inquiry. Hear about the future of augmented reality and the challenges it may introduce straight from The AR Girl herself, Galit Arie, as she chats with Tara Hunt and Carlos Pacheco on The Anatomy of a Strategy Podcast. Co-authors Steven Goldbach and Geoff Tuff guest on the Healthy Paranoia Podcast to discuss how companies should prefer taking risks over the usual norms in business. Writing Coworking is a lot more common nowadays, and Alex Hillman shares his observations about changes over the years from the first to the third wave of coworking. The finalists for the 2019 Outstanding Works of Literature awards have been announced, and several books by Hack the Process guests made the list, including Everyday Chaos by David Weinberger, Loonshots by Safi Bahcall, Connected Strategy by Christian Terwiesch and Nine Lies About Work by Ashley Goodall. Congratulations! On the KM World blog, David Weinberger calls on the people of the web to bring back true blogging and the raw and real, non-promotional, community-centered essence of it. Recommended Resources Watch Yuval Noah Harari and Steve Pinker face off in a conversation about human nature and the challenges to the intellect of the Western world. Harari is an author Maneesh Sethi referenced, while Pinker was mentioned by Marissa Orr. Jack Kornfield, who inspired Loic Le Meur has a new course on Udemy called Mindfulness Meditation with Jack Kornfield, which is on sale until November 9. Simon Sinek, who was recommended by Alex Hillman, went on The School of Greatness Podcast with Lewis Howes to break down how to win using the power of the infinite mindset. Lewis Howes’ podcast is also an inspiration source for Malek Banoun and Paula Jenkins. Thanks for checking out this Process Hacker News update from Hack the Process. If you liked what you saw, please leave a comment to let us know what processes you’re hacking.
43 minutes | Oct 21, 2019
Bill Schaninger Takes Companies Beyond Performance on Hack the Process Podcast
Companies and careers can both follow very different paths depending on the factors that motivate them. But according to Bill Schaninger, co-author of Beyond Performance 2.0, if all we track are short-term performance wins, we're not setting ourselves up for sustainable health, and he has decades of research to back that up. In this episode of Hack the Process, Bill will tell us why it's essential to start with aspirations instead of fears when driving cultural change, what differentiates companies that achieve sustainable success, and how his own unconventional background and education helped him thrive at McKinsey for almost two decades. For all the links, check out the show notes: https://www.hacktheprocess.com/bill-schaninger-takes-companies-beyond-performance-on-hack-the-process-podcast/ Enjoy!
4 minutes | Oct 13, 2019
Lucid Dreams, Coworking Artists, Cultural Branding, 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 lucid dreams, coworking artists, cultural branding, and more. For all the links, check out the show notes: https://www.hacktheprocess.com/lucid-dreams-coworking-artists-cultural-branding-and-more-in-process-hacker-news/ Enjoy! Events On Sunday, October 20, I’ll be at Silicon Valley Code Camp in San Jose, California to talk about the Agile Extreme Programming Dojo I coach for software development teams, designed to improve both quality and joy. Use the code green-10 for a discount on the already low weekend registration. Media Learn about designing tech events as Cascade SF’s founder, Andi Galpern shares some of her stories and experiences on The freeCodeCamp Podcast. News Up Now published a feature on Andrew Nance and his new children’s mindfulness book, The Lion In Me! As a guest on the Did You Know Podcast, Daniel Coffeen chats freely about the inhibitions of academia, free speech, cultural changes, and the importance of branding in culture movements. Listen to Morgan Kling explain influencer marketing and its halo effect on brand awareness on the RBOA Video Podcast. On the $100MBA Podcast, Omar Zenhom breaks down how Netflix became successful and tells us three things we can learn from the movie-streaming subscription company as a business. Have you heard about lucid dreaming and sleep yoga? Hear Andrew Holecek, a Tibetan Buddhist, explain these practices to Lisa Dale Miller on the Groundless Ground Podcast. Writing If you’re considering working remotely, Frank Strona has written up a few good reasons why you should totally go for it. Jenny Feinberg is one of the artists interviewed for a Forbes article about how co-working can be the future of art. Data science, once a domain of pure analysis, is starting to be more deeply integrated into product design, and Rich Mironov has some product management tips for data science projects. For Indy Hall’s 13th anniversary, founder Alex Hillman shares how he shrunk his coworkers, ordering custom-made Lego figures sporting the Indy Hall hoodie, and using them as giveaways for the anniversary party. Recommended Resources Catch Malcolm Gladwell, who was mentioned by Josh Haynam, in London at the Southbank Centre on November 25 and the Manchester Opera House on November 28 for his Talking to Strangers UK book tour. Josh Linkner, who was mentioned by Tiffani Bova, has posted an article laying out his 5×5 decision model, a structure that asks five different questions in five different time frames about the impact of any decision. Thanks for checking out this Process Hacker News update from Hack the Process. If you liked what you saw, please leave a comment to let us know what processes you’re hacking.
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