I’ve lowered the pricing on many of my eBooks on Amazon—and later this summer they’ll be rolling out to other ebook stores as well! All of these titles are now just $2.99 each (with equivalent pricing outside the US). You may need to allow 2-3 days for the new pricing to propagate.[Read more…] about Reduced Pricing on Many of my Fiction and Nonfiction/Tech eBooks!
With lots and lots of companies asking their employees to work from home right now (“WFH” has become super-prevalent on Slack statuses where I work), there’s probably a lesson to take away from all of this. One your company leaders should seriously consider.[Read more…] about Working from home right now? Here’s a suggestion for your company’s leaders:
I’ve recently been interviewing people for a job on my team, and I have to tell you: the more interviews I do, the more I learn about what a great interview can look like.
TI’ve been trying to improve my tumultuous relationship with food, and that’s involved eating a little bit, more frequently, and cutting back on the amount of starches I eat. It’s been a huge help. One of the biggest helpers – because I’m all about “don’t have to think about it” – has been the Sargento Balanced Break packs. They’re pre-measured for me, are easy to carry, and come in convenient three-packs that cost a whopping $5. They also create a lot of plastic waste, which sucks.
Time for a fix.
In the last month or so I have not seen any questions to you, so I’ve decided to drop you a line. 🙂 I like your idea of spreading knowledge to the people around you – I’m referring mostly to the colleagues, when I say people.
So here comes the question: have you ever been in a situation, where you wanted to share knowledge, but the people around you show no interest – either because of seniority or age difference, and they just do the things in ‘their way’?
What did/would you do?
Yeah, that’s a tough one.
I’ve recently had a few folks ask something along the lines of, “how do you care for yourself, personally, and deal with the stress from work?”
It’s actually kind of a simple answer, but it comes in a few parts.