A word you will hear a lot here @WorkHubs is the word habit.
Over the last few years, we have built the habit of writing both at the site 750Words.com and at our Thursday Write Club meet up.
We also developed the habit of making a podcast, which like everything loses direction every so often.
To get that habit back we now following the Roadmap that the website Fizzle uses to guide you through setting up a project, freelance practice or small business.
Fizzle is a collection of courses on product development, blogging, podcasting, setting up a business, getting started, keeping going and so on.
Why is this useful for you?
We want you to do well, and we hope that by us being brutally honest with our progress you will learn quickly and be able to make the changes that are right for you and your work.
Do I need to sign up for Fizzle?
In the same way that you don’t need to buy the ProBlogger ebook to take part in our London Bloggers Meet Up, you don’t need to join Fizzle to learn from our podcast.
What we do recommend is taking a serious look at it, and you can get a 5-week free trial by clicking that BIG BLUE BUTTON BELOW.
Why do you love this Fizzle thing?
We have been paying members of Fizzle for about a year now, and the Roadmap has highlighted the gaps in our plans, processes and execution.
Why don’t you make an online course?
The last thing the web needs is another online course about business and freelancing. Besides, Steph, Corbett and Chase do it better than we could and have a deeper understanding of how to teach this stuff than us.
How to make this work best for you
Listen to the podcasts, read this newsletter, come to our daily Meet Up’s about planning, art, blogging and writing and put it into practice with other people.
Click the big green button below to listen to the episode where we start the Fizzle Roadmap.
Hit reply and let us know what you are working on this week!
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5. Our Cafe Is Open!
Ok, it is not ‘our’ cafe, but we think it is.
The bit that makes @WorkHubs part of it is that we are helping paint it make art for it and eat there every day.
The arrival of The Garage Cafe Project by our neighbours The Wesley Hotel has given us a much needed quiet outdoor space.
Finding a corner in @WorkHubs for a chat or meeting be a challenge if the meeting room is busy.
The Garage Cafe and our pavement chairs give extra space to meet and think.
The best thing about the cafe so far is how we have got to know all our neighbours even better as we meet them in the breakfast queue!
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