Author: rosiesherry

Decision Journals

There seems to be a journal for everything these days. Here’s one designed to help you through the process of making decisions.  An interesting idea that I’m logging here for future reference. View The Decision Journal. For those that don’t want a journal, there’s an article and a PDF template too.

Not Seeking Approval / Feedback

This has mostly been me in approaching growing my business. From Seth Godin’s blog: The trap of listening to feedback “If I listened to feedback, I would have quit on the first day.” You’re devoting your life to making something important. Something helpful. Something that matters. Mostly, something that hasn’t been done before, that’s going

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On Founders Not Being CEO

I often think about my decision to make someone else the ‘CEO’ as Ministry of Testing.  And as anyone would, they would look for stories about others doing the same. I love the Indie Hackers community and was listening to this podcast with Max Lytvyn from Grammarly.  In it he discusses his reason for him and

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Ethical Events Software

This Tweet has been making the rounds over the weekend.  At MoT we use Tito, which we’ve always been happy with.  The team behind it have always been super proactive and supportive. I’ve also been aware that Eventbrite (I refuse to link to them!) bought Lanyrd a few years back and since then Lanyrd has

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Meritocracy

I’ve been paying more attention to the term ‘meritocracy’ after I read the book Technically Wrong.  The guy (Michael Young) who coined the term meant it as satire. As with many things these days, we need to be careful, rethink and recreate what we know. The man who coined the word four decades ago wishes

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