Aurelio Volle




This week, what's inspiring Aurelio Volle, founder of WP Umbrella, an all in one solution for managing multiple WordPress sites.

A podcast worth listening to: 
Podcasts are one of my preferred ways of learning. While I love French podcasts like Growthmakers and Generation Do It Yourself, my go-to English podcast is HBR IdeaCast. The insights shared by business leaders and experts in this podcast are truly valuable, but they also provide a sense of community and connection, helping me feel less isolated when making tough choices as a CEO.

A concept worth understanding: 
The Toltec Agreements, also known as the Four Agreements, offer powerful guidance on breaking free from limiting beliefs and self-sabotaging behaviors. These agreements can help you create a more authentic and fulfilling life. I try to apply them every day, and they've been the foundation of my personal growth.

A Twitter account worth following: 
While Twitter isn't my favorite social media platform, I find posts by @tibo_maker and @GuillaumeMbh to be particularly insightful. I also follow @jb_ma, one of the most inspiring people I know.

An article worth reading: 
Shameless promotion aside, I've written an article that explains how we created and scaled WP Umbrella. If you're interested in starting a SaaS business around WordPress, give it a read! Additionally, I highly recommend the book The One Thing by Gary Keller. This book offers practical advice on becoming more productive and happier in both your personal and professional life.

A habit worth forming: 
Let's face it, sitting all day in front of a computer with bad posture is a recipe for aches, pains, and a foggy mind. That's why I make it a priority to get moving every day. Whether it's a quick yoga session or walking at least 10,000 steps, my daily physical activity helps me stay in shape and clear-headed. Plus, it's a great excuse to take a break from work and get some fresh air (and some sun, depending on the weather).


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