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Get James’ Book Transcript James R: Hey guys, in this interview you are about to watch I’m speaking with James Schramko. If you don’t know who he is, he’s an Australian marketer who I’ve been following for, I think it’s nearly seven years now, I just looked it up and he’s been pretty bloody … Read more
Web designers seem to have a knack for doing too much work. So much so, that the rest of their life fades away into oblivion. I see it with so many designers. Not long ago, that was me as well. This is what paved the way for my obsession with creating systems and processes. When you build … Read more
Back in March at Tropical Think Tank in the Philippines, I met the all-round good bloke and productivity-meister Mike Vardy. During some pool masterminds (over many-a-cocktail) and his time on stage, Mike dropped loads of productivity bombs. These have been the catalyst for some massive shifts in my business. One of those was daily theming. … Read more
“I’m looking for some free software to manage all my projects” “Does anyone know a free alternative to XYZ?” “I really like tool XYZ, but it’s too expensive” These are questions you see over and over in different business groups – people looking for free or cheap stuff. Sometimes it’s software and sometimes it’s freelance … Read more
Given you’re here, you probably love plugins just as much as me (which is a lot). They’re a little bit like cocaine though: Addictive and harmful in large doses. So you have to be careful with what kinds of plugins you install. Especially on client sites, as when poo hits the fan because a bad … Read more
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