This episode, I’m joined by Doug Finke (@dfinke) to discuss book publishing options. We get pretty deep into the finances, the logistics, and the pros and cons of going it on your own or working with a traditional publisher. Don’t forget to suggest your topic for a future episode at DonJones.com/podcast.
I was recently confronted with some folks who were oddly conflating marketing and sales. This has happened to me before, but these folks managed to express themselves in a way that made it fundamentally clearer, to me, about where the confusion was. So I wanted to help them address the confusion, so they could make better business decisions.Read More
My crew and I are joined by Jon Junell (@jonhikes) as we talk about the characteristics of toxic workplaces and healthy workplaces. It’s more than you might think – open your mind a bit before you listen, and see how other folks evaluate this complex and personal topic.
We currently living in a time where “science” is neither universally trusted nor accepted. For data-driven, fact-first people who see science as a meaningful way to understand our world, that can be frustrating. But there are reason why science has always received significant push-back.Read More
I was recently approached by a traditional book publisher – one I quite like, by the way – about the possibility of writing a “soft skills” book that would be specific to technology professionals.Read More
Join Josh Duffney (@joshduffney) and my crew for a talk on… digital minimalism? This from the guy with every iDevice there is? Yeah – a pretty mind-opening talk, and one I think you’ll enjoy. Show notes below the break.Read More