Even though I covered the concept of task-based communication in my vlog #5 I decided to record a new video that is shorter and easier for people to understand - how to really communicate through tasks. Let me know if I made it clearer for you all:
One of our strategies for promoting Nozbe indirectly is by promoting our Nozbe.Com YouTube Channel - where we post Nozbe product videos, No Office podcast episodes and shorter productivity videos. We have above 4000 subscribers there (and you should totally subscribe!). Last week we decided to try the new YouTube feature - shorts, and here’s my first short commenting on Apple’s MacBook Pro event and my essay on Apple’s reluctance to embrace #NoOffice work:
Now that I’ve written the No Office book a few months back, it’s time to start promoting it and spreading the word. I published a summary of part 2 of the book a while back and now I recorded it on video for you to enjoy and get excited about the book!
Pricing is an art. It’s not just slapping a number on a service or product. Pricing conveys what the product stands for. It shows the positioning and the value of what you’re offering and conveys the kind of relationship you want to build with your customers. Here’s me explaining in detail the pricing of Nozbe Teams and why we believe that our prices must be: Affordable, Predictable and Transparent.
Just yesterday I posted a 9th episode of the Team Productivity Show which up until now was only available on YouTube. Now you can enjoy all of the 9 past episodes in an audio form - just subscribe to it as a podcast.
As I’ve been blogging recently about my new 2020 home office and through the years I’ve posted the evolution of my home offices, I decided to record a video walkthrough to show you the behind-the-scenes even better. Also, I’m writing a chapter on this in my #NoOffice book right now.
I spent July of this year to finally write a comprehensive vision for our new product, Nozbe Teams and how it relates to the vision of our team. It’s our big WHY as it expresses what we truly believe in.