I started writing here about a year ago. Here are 9 takeaways from it.
Ensure a better acceptance of your tools and process by integrating them smartly into your existing environment.
Developer, engineer, free-lancer, consultant, ... who do you need to build your vision ?
"The client doesn't care about the code." ...
Having work done automatically is great, but make sure to keep an eye on it.
A counterpoint, well, sort of ... to yesterday's post is : you should get answers to your unknowns ASAP even if those are hard to get. You don't want to spend time making progress on anything unless you know that reaching the goal is achievable within your constraints. Don't loose track of
Keep the morale up. Keep the ball rolling. Maintain momentum, motivation and importance of your project. But don't forget the big picture, hard things have to be done too. They matter and differentiate you. If not, just drop them.
If your business relies heavily on spreadsheets (Excel, Google Sheets, Numbers, ...) to run, saasifying them may be a good idea, here are 6 reasons why you should consider it.
A figure from Alan Weiss' book 'Million Dollar Consulting' gives a great overview of what is a fix, what is innovation and why you should always have some kind of monitoring on what matters to you and your business.
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