Psychological well being = firm development

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In the present day, Product Hunt is trying to find podcast suggestions, Litmus is reside with a Month of Giving, plus we have a look at psychological well being at work—and the way it instantly impacts firm development.

 

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Product Hunt hunts for podcasts

We’re at it once more with the candy, candy Twitter intel.

Product Hunt asks the interwebs: What’s the most interesting podcast episode you’ve listened to recently?

I’m very into this thread, as a result of I’m at all times looking out for the most effective in pods myself—even when it’s only one episode—to get my thoughts going. And discovering the correct podcast match for you is not at all times easy. You begin your search, you learn a complete bunch of present descriptions, decide an episode you assume sounds good, get to know the host, the format, the content material… to finally determine you’re simply not that into it.

So I went deep on this Product Hunt thread this morning. And the listing simply retains rising. 

The listing consists of podcasts related to industries throughout the board.

The one I am digging nowadays: Armchair Professional with Dax Shepard.

I seen Blake Bray on there—a Mobile Product Manager, according to his Twitter profile—talked about Dax Shepard’s pod, so my ears have been perked. That is one I subscribe to: “A podcast about the messiness of being human. Celebrating, above all, the challenges and setbacks that finally result in development and betterment.”

Blake particularly mentions the episodes that includes therapist and writer Lori Gottlieb and writer Dave Asprey, which I’ve but to hearken to, however actually will. My favourite so far is definitely one throughout which Dax interviews his spouse Kristen Bell. Their dialog is considerate, real, and sincere—it actually offers one other facet to celeb, other than what we solely see in motion pictures and interviews selling these motion pictures.

 

Litmus is reside (and serving to its neighbors)

Our friends over at Litmus are within the highlight twice over—because the staff celebrates an October Month of Giving, and its Boston convention Litmus Reside wraps up at the moment.

So, what’s up with the Month of Giving?

Properly, Litmus apparently gives Volunteer Time Off (or VTO)—which is a paid time without work for workers to volunteer with a corporation of their alternative of their communities, one thing I’d by no means heard of however very a lot for the initiative. 

And as we head into October, Litmus is spotlighting that tenant of its staff’s core values with #LitmusGives. The intention is to convey collectively staff members for volunteering actions and present how its distant staff makes a distinction in native communities all around the globe. 

LITMUS CORE VALUE #5: BE BEYOND LITMUS

“We’re energetic in our communities inside and out of doors Litmus. We attempt to domesticate generosity, make a optimistic impression to these round us, look after each other, and keep a wholesome work/life steadiness.”

They really partnered with native charity operations over at Litmus Live, which simply wrapped at the moment. And we’re seeing quite a bit about this one on Twitter—from Kait Creamer, Electronic mail Advertising and marketing Supervisor over at Scaled Agile Inc., explaining how a easy joke went terribly fallacious (and led to her worst email ever) to the best A/B testing tools, so we’re conserving an in depth eye on Litmus to launch a few of this baller content material to those that couldn’t make it this time round.

Deep dive


Psychological well being for higher development

Yesterday was World Psychological Well being Day and we received some good finds from it. 

Not solely is it tremendous essential to prioritize psychological well being—throughout all industries—it’s essential to remain proactive about it. World Psychological Well being Day is only one reminder a 12 months, however listed here are a number of others to maintain you on observe, whether or not you’re a CEO or a beginner to the area.

Product Hunt, in its e-newsletter, reminds us of the drop of Headspace, an app on a mission to enhance the well being and happiness of the world. And simply final month, the How I Constructed This podcast launched an episode with Andy Puddicombe and Wealthy Pierson, co-founders of Headspace, about how a buddhist monk and a burned out advertising marketing consultant joined heads to create simply that: Headspace, an app with thousands and thousands of customers in over 190 international locations.

And besides, we after all have a ProfitWell tackle the meditation area, in a Pricing Web page Teardown: Headspace vs. Calm—which may probably steer you away from that meditative temper, however nonetheless well worth the watch if we are saying so ourselves.

How did you have a good time World Psychological Well being Day, and the way do you proceed to take action every single day? We all know CEO, founder, and staff member well being—in all regards—can significantly impression the capability for firm development. Which is strictly what Vivek Sharma, CEO at Movable Ink, alludes to in our subsequent phase: Weekend Knowledge. Tell us your ideas right here, as a result of we all know this dialog isn’t going anyplace.

 

Weekend Knowledge with Vivek Sharma


Vivek Sharma, CEO of Movable Ink, claims the ceiling of an organization finally lies within the CEO’s capability to develop.

Kick your weekend off correctly with at the moment’s phase of Weekend Knowledge. Cheers.


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