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How NOT to run a blog contest.

How NOT to run a blog contest.

July 8, 2007 by Katy Whitton

I’ve been thinking recently that once I’ve finally got the printed version of my Web Project Management eBook sorted (which will be very soon) I’d run some sort of competition here and give away a few copies. I keep an eye on the different types of competitions run (and boy are there loads!) through the […] … Read Article »

Websites

Review: Solo CRM

Review: Solo CRM

July 8, 2007 by Katy Whitton

Disclaimer: This is a paid review from ReviewMe. I will only review products that I think would benefit the people who read this site – no rubbish from me! solo crm  is a tool that would suit most freelance designers and developers very well if they are managing multiple clients or projects. The services it […] … Read Article »

Productivity

GTD Simplified: Prune your Someday/Maybe lists

GTD Simplified: Prune your Someday/Maybe lists

July 8, 2007 by Katy Whitton

Monday’s are “GTD Simplified” days here at FlippingHeck.com A “Someday/Maybe” is an action or project that you’d like to do…. at some point, not necessarily now. I have to hold my hand up here and say that I don’t really “do” someday/maybe lists. Sure, I might jot down the occasional idea for a blog post […] … Read Article »

Productivity

GTD Simplified: What's your inbox style?

GTD Simplified: What's your inbox style?

July 8, 2007 by Katy Whitton

Welcome to the first installment of “GTD Simplified” where each Monday I’ll be talking about some of the “ins and outs” of GTD and trying to make them simplier. I talked about collecting stuff in the first part of the GTD Back To Basics series but what about stuff that crops up on a day-to-day […] … Read Article »

Psychology & Communication

Body Language: 9 Ways to spot a liar

Body Language: 9 Ways to spot a liar

July 8, 2007 by Katy Whitton

Tuedays are (from now) Pysychology Days here at Flipping Heck where I’ll be discussing all sorts of aspects of psychology and body language. Today we have a look at “How to spot a liar” Why would you want to spot a liar? Surely you’d love to know whether the report Arnie promised you really was […] … Read Article »

Psychology & Communication

Psychology Tuesday: Hand Signals

Psychology Tuesday: Hand Signals

July 8, 2007 by Katy Whitton

Tuesdays are Psychology Days at FlippingHeck.com. A huge amount of communication is non-verbal. From hand gestures to eye movements, we all unconciously takes these messages in abd adapt our attitudes to the speaker accordingly. This week, we’ll look at Hands. The first thing to remember is not to over-exaggerate your hand movements (i.e. big wavy […] … Read Article »

Business

Addicted to Email…?

Addicted to Email…?

July 8, 2007 by Katy Whitton

I was pointed in the direction of an article recently (and apologies as I can’t remember the source) called “Think You Might Be Addicted to Email? You’re Not Alone” which states that 83% of users check email whilst on holiday. The article says: AOL, in partnership with Opinion Research Corporation, conducted online surveys with 4,025 […] … Read Article »

Psychology & Communication

Motivating your Manager

Motivating your Manager

July 8, 2007 by Katy Whitton

Tuesdays are Psychology and Body Language Days at FlippingHeck.com I’ve written previously about how to Manage your Manager, but how about motivating them? If you read management (or productivity) weblogs – see here for my enormo list of recommended reading – then you’ll probably have noticed that anything to do with motivation in the workplace […] … Read Article »

Blogging & Business

Freelancers – How much should you charge?

Freelancers – How much should you charge?

July 8, 2007 by Katy Whitton

That’s a difficult question to answer for the budding freelancer and I discuss it in my Managing Web Projects ebook but it is a bit complicated and a bit of a horrible formula to work out your hourly rate (and please excuse me it’s been a while since I’ve done algebra and brackets confuse me […] … Read Article »

Productivity

GTD Simplified: Ubiquitous Capture Tool

GTD Simplified: Ubiquitous Capture Tool

July 8, 2007 by Katy Whitton

Monday’s are “GTD Simplified” Days on FlippingHeck.Com According to Dictionary.com, Ubiquitous is: u-biq-ui-tous [yoo-bik-wi-tuhs]: existing or being everywhere, esp. at the same time; omnipresent A “Ubiquitous Capture Tool” is therefore something that you have access to wherever you are. I’ve mentioned before about using my Moleskine as my capture tool and that’s with me 95% […] … Read Article »

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