It happened in one of those melon slapping moments — a proverbial Archimedes streaking flash of insight: I was wasting an hour a day trying to be more productive. Minimalist Productivity Thanks to Mark Shead’s interview series, I was forced to examine some time-wasters for my contribution. A couple of days later, my real time-waster… Continue reading How I Gained an Hour a Day by Ditching My Productivity Tools
You know what I love — besides a chance to use alliteration? Really useful tools. Because of the projects I’m working on, I’m spending more time working in Windows, and less in Linux. That’s fine, for now. It’s the reason I dual boot.
When you’re ready to make the leap to working from home, but have to keep your day job, the absurdity that is Corporate America really starts to get to you. So I present “Pre-Liberation Survival Tools” for those waiting out their sentences, and counting the days to freedom.
In part one I introduced the basic concept of the video white paper, and in part two, I covered the details and benefits. The central idea is to use the methodology for writing and developing good white papers and applying it to online video. So now let’s look at getting started.
In part one, I introduced this video white paper idea, and pointed out a terrific resource for learning more about white papers in general. Now we can move on to… What is a Video White Paper? A few years ago, I began taking the concepts used in developing white papers for clients and applying them… Continue reading Generate Traffic and Leads with Video White Papers: Part Two