☕ #111: Tiny Steps
Because incremental change stays with us
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I’ve got heaps of goodies for you on this super chilly 50F/10C “spring” day in Copenhagen. Small skill upgrades to help you get better, maybe faster and definitely more grounded. Let’s do this!
☕ DAW: How to Splice and Crossfade Audio EASILY in Audacity (less than 3 minutes)
☕ DAW: Hindenburg 2.0. It’s almost ready. Here’s a quick look at it. (just over 1 minute)
☕ de-essing: (about 5:44) How do you handle all those ssssssss’s?
👓 Have too much work?
If you’re lucky enough to be swamped with work right now, hurrah! If you need help, contact me. I can either help you myself OR help you find someone in the GPE community to help (referral fees may apply)
☕ pricing & getting clients: How do you find your first clients AND price your services? (23:36 to 27:42)?
☕ community: If you’re sound sensitive (that noise and that noise and that noise drive you crazy), then you’ll want to get into the conversation started last week in the GPE list serve. Message me here with “GPE list serve” and I’ll get you in there asap!
☕ global soul: Couldn’t stop laughing from this Indian-Italian culture clash…hand gesture style!
👀 Learn more about Global Podcast Editors here
I went to my first hot yin yoga class last night. I’ve been doing yin yoga for a few years but have never been in a place where there was a hot version. It was more warm than hot, to be honest, but it was magical. Every achy part of me feels softer today.
Remember to move your body in any way that shakes off that screen neck, back, etc. Have a lovely week. I’ll be back in your inbox on Monday.