I hired a Virtual Assistant to train my delegation muscle. It was a huge success.
In the 50th issue of my newsletter, I ponder my plans for the 5-month leave.
You DON’T NEED new gear, a studio, specialized software, or new skills to start a podcast.
In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how you can start your own show on WordPress.com, and how to submit it to iTunes, Spotify or Google Podcasts.
Using Post-Its for note-taking during a face-to-face meeting lets you better control body language and enhance charisma.
Here are 7 reasons why post-its are superior to digital notes.
Open Communication is a powerful tool. It fuels creativity and collaboration, but if misused, it can turn into an influential sabotage tactic.
Watch your words.
Paid premium content is a great business model, but the paywalls you know from @NYT and other publishers may not work for you.
Here is what you need to know about paywalls for smaller sites.
Isolation is one of the best tools we have right now to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
This post is a crash course on Remote Work for a smaller team that is forced into this reality by COVID-19. Wash your hands.
Remote Work is awesome. It is no doubt, the future of employment and for a good reason: It can solve environmental problems It opens up the access to suitable jobs for the people outside of a bigger city It’s just better for the human soul to avoid the trenches of office buildings all day, everyContinue reading “Bring Your Own Friends – Dealing with loneliness when working from home”
“How do we make long-term thinking automatic and common instead of difficult and rare?” – Clock of the long now is a fantastic project focused on getting the humanity interested in thinking in the long-term.
Here is a detailed account.