Probably tax time for a lot of folks in the US. Two more weeks and we’ll be able to stop talking about this. Then it’ll be some random article proclaiming to “Learn N things from SOME NEW MOVIE”. I kid you not, I saw this about Prometheus–which I really want to see–but seriously, super mega corp sacrificies their employees to weaponize an alien life form and we’re going to relate that to lessons for your business?
A lot of folks got burned with this link network stuff. Pat Flynn comes clean and talks about his strategy going forward.
Using and creating tools helps you and your brain.
always an option, there are many others, just saw this when digging up an alternative for a client.
For your clients or your own products/services
Live your own life.
I don’t know if I’ve been ignoring Tim Ferris or if he’s just been quiet. I’m guessing the former. His take on redesigning offices.
Names, names, names. You’d think this would help me, but it’s just more yak to shave.
Some pointers for people that don’t understand design, like me.
You execute processes with systems. There’s a bunch more to the article though.
If you like lists, Laura gives you some reasons to have more than one for todo items.
Let’s be honest, if you need to read a blog post to remind you how to relax, maybe you have other problems…
Selling more to your existing customers is easier than selling to new customers.
Not quite “build it and they will come”.
Some responsive design patterns
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A nod to tax season and all us US folks personal taxes coming due in a couple weeks.
I haven’t started listening to this yet, but it’s a new podcast in the space.
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