We’re currently facing a reality most of us thought could never happen. We’ve fantasized about it but never truly wanted to live it, despite our wildest post-apocalyptic dreams.
I’ve refused to write on this topic because it triggers emotions in us we’d rather not feel. Despite what the situation may look like now, we’re still in control of our lives. It’s in our hands to decide how we’ll come out on the other side.
A lot of people are enjoying the perks of working from home today, so it’s easier than ever to kickstart your career on Medium. …
In my career, I was fortunate to work in a multitude of conditions and realities — I’ve been in local and remote teams, I’ve worked at home and abroad, and I’ve seen teams flourish while others crashed.
I’m a firm believer that teams can only succeed if they’re all working towards the same goal, and that goes beyond having group targets and bonuses.
No, that starts with a culture everyone can get behind.
Establishing a set of rules everyone understands and follows is a tall order in a standard environment. …
Email lists are such old news; whoever you’re following, they have most certainly advised you to start one.
Even though MailChimp was the go-to choice for many solopreneurs, ConvertKit started gaining a lot of popularity, even though it’s a paid offering — that being the reason I hadn’t used it yet.
At first glance, the platform seems user-friendly, and easy to set up. However, the more time you spend on it, the more you realize all the different things you can do with it.
If you’re planning on sending the occasional email to your followers, I still believe Substack is the best option; but if you want to market or sell a product, you may want to consider ConvertKit. …