Writing a book is a nerve-racking leap into the unknown. In Kurt Vonnegut’s words, we have to continually be jumping off cliffs and developing our wings on the way down.
A few months ago, two of our founders David and Mark decided to take the plunge. They’re writing a business book about modern approaches to connecting and engaging with employees effectively.
Today’s episode deep dives into their writing journeys, including the ah-hah moment that inspired them to write the book, the book’s structure, how they divide the workload, how we’re going to promote the book, and the potential outcome. The real gem of this episode is their honest struggles with writing a book (captured in an upcoming video docu-series), their different writing processes, and how they’re balancing these differences to achieve promising end-results.
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EP 54: Diving into SaaS Pricing
EP 53 - Are Employees The New Customers?
EP 52 - Going Back to Basics
EP 51 - Second and Third Order Effects on the Way We Work
EP 50 - Speculating on the New Normal
EP 49 - Dealing with Zoom Overwhelm
EP 48 - Leading a Business in Turbulent Times
EP 47 - Home is Where the Work is
EP 46 - The Challenges of Communicating Effectively
EP 45 - Embracing Inevitable Failure
EP 44 - Can You Be a Founder and a Digital Nomad?
EP 43 - Is Inbox Zero a Fallacy?
EP 42 - What We Learned About People, Product & Performance - a 2019 Retrospective
EP 41 - With Emma Hatto and Georgina Bale Founders of Bower Talent
EP 40 - Startup & Ad Agency Collaborations. With Matt Jukes, Creative Director at Cheil
EP 39 - Experienced vs. Raw Talent
EP 38 - Digital Transformation at Work: Productivity Boost or Distraction?
EP 37 - How to Run Side Projects
EP 36 - Does Unlimited Holiday Work?