Showing up

Sometimes you just have to show up, even if what you create is not the best thing. Tonight I have a Beeminder due to publish a blog post but I do not have a post ready enough to publish, and I do not want to publish anything halfway.

So I am showing up.

As a quick update, I am quite late on my basic website creation tutorial. It will be out in the next few days, and I will be releasing quite a few smaller updates to the various courses I am working on as well. I love publishing big updates, but sometimes it is the small things that can really make the difference in a workflow. One item to look forward is a huge productivity improvement for those who work with multiple monitors.

Podcast highlight: Seanwes Podcast

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Podcast highlight: Seanwes Podcast

If you are a no-nonsense kind of person and just want actionable advice, the Sean Wes Podcast is an excellent resource to have on hand. I especially enjoy listening to it when I feel like I am running out of ideas.

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Top 6 Android apps related to business

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Top 6 Android apps related to business

There are so many helpful applications out there - and a bunch of junk as well! Finding good applications that really fit your needs can be hard and it requires a lot of time. Here are some of our top suggestions to get you started.

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Podcast highlight: Side Hustle School

Podcast highlight: Side Hustle School

There are so many great resources out there in so many different forms. In this series I will highlight some of the best podcasts that are related directly and indirectly to business. I'll be sharing some specific episodes and some podcasts as a whole, mainly because some podcasts don't maintain all of their episodes due to hosting costs. If you aren't yet familiar with podcasts, definitely give them a try.

Origin story: how I used automation to help transition jobs

Origin story: how I used automation to help transition jobs

I have been avid about automation since I found out that you could set something up to do things and come back later to discover that it has been completed or made good progress (if you set everything up correctly). One of the earliest forms of automation I used was a program that would play a game for me so I could concentrate on the more enjoyable aspects while not bothering to do what I saw as mundane tasks.