This week, what’s inspiring WooCommerce partner marketer, Do the Woo co-host, and London WooCommerce Meetup host Ronald Gijsel.
A podcast worth listening to:
Listening to daily TED talks in the car has given me great inspiration over the years and introductions to authors and researchers.
A concept worth understanding:
Dan Ariely is one of my favorite authors and the book Predictably Irrational is a must-read if you want to influence an audience, your customers, or even your kids. Being able to formulate the question, and knowing what the most likely outcome will be, is a good skill. If you struggle to price your plugin or service, try again after reading the book.
A Twitter account worth following:
I am conscious that we all follow lots of WP folks’ accounts, so I’d suggest we take a break and check out Banana For Scale for a bit of dry humor.
An article worth reading:
The Automattic Creed is a really well-thought-through paragraph. If you work by these guidelines, you will be a better collaborator for it.
A habit worth forming:
How to write less but say more is another TED talk to no surprise, but always ask yourself: does what I’m writing add value to the conversation?
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