2014/02

DateTitleCategories
Feb 1 Weekly review: Week ending January 31, 2014 weekly
Feb 3 Stepping up to publishing sharing, writing
Feb 4 A no-excuses guide to blogging blogging, sharing, writing
Feb 5 How to develop your ideas into blog posts blogging, sharing, writing
Feb 6 Thinking about the systems I can put into place to scale up sharing delegation
Feb 7 Reflecting on wild success life, review
Feb 8 HHO008: The Art of Copywriting (for Google Helpouts) Helpers Help Out
Feb 8 Weekly review: Week ending February 7, 2014 weekly
Feb 10 More tips for self-directed learning: deliberate practice learning, tips
Feb 11 Reflections on learning to be an entrepreneur delegation, entrepreneurship, experiment
Feb 12 Focus and fluency: learning when you’re a fox learning, tips
Feb 13 A No Excuses Guide to Blogging (PDF, EPUB, MOBI – free!); also, notes on publishing book, writing
Feb 14 From networking with people to networking around ideas: How I stopped worrying about keeping in touch connecting
Feb 15 Weekly review: Week ending February 14, 2014 weekly
Feb 16 Monthly review: January 2014 monthly, review
Feb 17 Test-driven learning learning
Feb 18 What the LEGO Movie and programming are helping me learn about delegation delegation
Feb 19 Reflection: Two years into my 5-year experiment experiment, yearly
Feb 20 Free/pay-what-you-want resources for sketchnoting with Autodesk Sketchbook Pro drawing
Feb 21 Don’t be afraid of mistakes when delegating delegation, management
Feb 22 HHO009: Charging 101 with Rachida Dukes Helpers Help Out
Feb 24 Weekly review: Week ending February 21, 2014 weekly
Feb 24 Thinking about the design of my blog wordpress
Feb 25 Audio comparison: Blue Yeti vs headset, webcam microphone, video analysis, geek
Feb 26 WordPress: Make a sequence of posts easier to navigate with Organize Series wordpress
Feb 27 Delegation: “How can I trust people?” delegation
Feb 27 Reflections on infopreneurship entrepreneurship, experiment, writing
Feb 28 HHO010: Education with Laurie Flood Helpers Help Out
Feb 28 What you’re really there to learn in computer science geek, teaching