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Humans have a self-destructive love for quick fixes. Is this you? You don’t spend time developing systems (snooze), but you do read “53749 tips to boost your productivity” articles. It makes sense; you want to throw as much stuff at the wall and be pleased if anything sticks. Instead of reading tip Read More
Tracking your work and what you do may sound a little simple (however, we’ve proven before that it’s not necessarily the case). But just imagine having lots of people working on the same project (or more than one project) at the same time. That’s when it actually becomes not so easy to track what’s Read More
Planning a sprint can be a minefield of poor estimations and unforeseen setbacks, along with a serious danger to lose context to the important long-term goals which need achieving. However, 2 week sprints can bring a huge amount of flexibility and productivity to the table.
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There are a lot of guides out there on how to use Medium, but personally, I need to try something myself to fully understand it. Medium seemed like an obvious choice for a few reasons: A lot of bloggers warn against setting up your home base on Medium, and they’re right. Read More
Call me a nerd, but in an attempt to better communicate our processes to our team members and manage the growth of our business, I’ve decided to make the process for publishing our weekly newsletter publicly available. I believe this will force us to improve the quality of our processes (to avoid e Read More
When was the last time you felt ‘activated’ by a product? This is going to sound silly at first, and like internal language couldn’t have a meaningful effect on the way we look at approaching customer success for SaaS companies, but I’m going to argue that it can. When you say that you need to incr Read More
We’ve all been there; you have 2 weeks to work on a project which should only require about 3 days. You’ve got all the time in the world for that essay, blog post, bug fix or book design! “I’ll start on it tomorrow, then I can just do an hour a day”, you may kid yourself into believing. Read More
We’ve had a few requests lately for some pre-made processes you can assign to a virtual assistant, so I thought I’d take the day to create processes for a whole heap of tasks we regularly need help with here at Process Street. Not only will it help us further systemize our operations, but you get t Read More
How do you build an engaged email list that can grow your business?

And how do you get them to actually sign up to your email list in the first place?
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Why Working For a Startup is Like Being Lost in Space

Why Working For a Startup is Like Being Lost in Space  - https://www.process.st Avatar Posted by zolachupik under Startups
From https://www.process.st 2094 days ago
Made Hot by: sophia2 on May 6, 2016 7:46 am
Working at a startup, you can often feel like you’re lost in space — thrown into the unknown, feeling lost and confused. It’s a strange world, and something you have to quickly adjust to if you’re going to survive. The hours are longer, the workflow is intense and the expectations are like nothing Read More
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