In this episode of The Habit Chef Podcast, I’ll share the surprising lessons we’ve learned from our accidental family project and exactly how you can get started with yours. If you don’t have kids, I’d encourage you to keep listening and apply this same concept to a work team or group of friends. The benefits and principles will be the same.
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Listen in, and you’ll learn:
- Why we must change the way we parent to better prepare our kids
- Which type of project is best for learning
- How to get started with the same technology businesses use
- Which key habits and skills are most important
- Where to go for free or affordable resources and tools
Notes from this Episode:
Episode 19: Learning How to Learn with Timothy Kenny
Step One – Setup your WordPress website.
Click here to get your domain name ($4.95) and hosting ($3.95/month) from Hostgator.
Click here to see how to install WordPress with one click.
Step Two – Get going with Adobe Creative Suite for graphics.
Sign up for the Creative Cloud Student Edition for $19.99/month.
Get the Udemy course to learn Illustrator. (Regularly $99, but on sale for $10 through midnight PST on August 15.)
Step Three – Add an audio or visual component.
Pat Flynn’s Podcasting Tutorial (free)
Step Four – Layer on other important skills and principles.
Google Drive for a shared project spreadsheet
Dropbox for shared files
Freshbooks for invoicing
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