Chris Lema says one of the biggest mistakes product developers make is scratching their own itch at their users expense. It got me thinking about how GiveWP started as an itch-scratcher too.
Your tools are just that, tools, not outcomes. Don’t let your tools dictate where you work, how you work, or how well you and your team enjoy your work together.
I believe we should choose freedom and safety and not be willing to sacrifice one for the other.
How can I learn best from my team without them feeling like I’m judging them as their supervisor? Curiosity is the key.
If you’re like me, you need good people around you to help keep you together. If you don’t have those people — for your own health and success — find them now.
I’ve been working on changing my time management mindset from time-based to priority-based. Here’s what that means to me.
Newsletter optin forms are more compelling when they speak directly to the readers interest. This tutorial shows you how to achieve that with a simple shortcode and Caldera Forms.
When plugin and theme authors, and WordPress Core itself thinks of their own timelines as more important than their users, trust is eroded.
I was honored to speak at WordCamp Los Angeles this weekend, not only to be asked to speak, but also to cover a subject that is near and dear to my heart: The WordPress Support Forums.
2018 will be a big year for WordPress. Here’s my list of top topics and people to be following in 2018 to stay in the know and some of the most influential things happening in WordPress this year.