How to find mean­ing in a mean­ing­less job

Kyle Siemens explores ways to find mean­ing in a 9‑to‑5 world that often feels meaningless.


Kirsten McCrea

Project management insights—from the outside. A Coax Q&A.

by Marshall Watson

Our latest Coax Q&A is with Kirsten McCrea, Artist at Hello Kirsten and Publisher of Papirmass, who talks with us about decisive leadership, managing diverse teams, and the importance of learning to let go of the reins.

Digital Project Managers The lifeblood of your agency

An inter­view with Michael Luchen of Crema

by Rachel Gertz

Michael Luchen, Senior Prod­uct Man­ag­er at Cre­ma shares how PMs can be the autonomous project dri­vers that get out of the way so their teams can do their jobs.

Finding my power in PM

Reflec­tions on find­ing my voice and tak­ing up space in ser­vice of others

by Lina Calin

Lina Calin explores what it real­ly means to be a good” project manager.

Freelancing the smart way

Six lessons about learn­ing from your mis­takes (and my mistakes)

by Morgan Haines

Mor­gan Haines explains how to suc­ceed as a free­lancer by find­ing the lessons in her failures.

Teach your clients how to treat you

How to set an ace pace and tone dur­ing client onboarding

by Rachel Gertz

Client onboard­ing is a walk in the park if you have a flash­light and the right map. Loud­er Than Ten Co-founder Rachel Gertz lights the way.

Hannah McGregor

Project management insights—from the outside. A Coax Q&A.

by Marshall Watson

The next installment of our Coax Q&A series: project management insights—from the outside. This time, we talk to Hannah McGregor—Professor of Publishing and Podcasting Powerhouse.

Life after PM

Things to con­sid­er when mov­ing into management

by Tera Caldwell Simon

Tera Simon reflects on the ups and downs of her career path to offer lessons for oth­er PMs think­ing about mov­ing into management.

Wicked Questions

by Marshall Watson

Mar­shall Wat­son explores the val­ue of ask­ing ques­tions with inten­tion and offers ways to add some punch to your pur­suit of knowledge.

Experiencing imposter syndrome?

That’s prob­a­bly because you’re an imposter

by Reina Gattuso

Reina Gat­tuso argues that our imposter syn­drome is good for us and, rather than telling our­selves that we’re respon­si­ble for our own suc­cess, we should con­front the sys­temic dis­crim­i­na­tion and patho­log­i­cal indi­vid­u­al­ism inher­ent to west­ern society.

Rebecca Ataya

Project management insights—from the outside. A Coax Q&A.

by Marshall Watson

The latest release from our new Coax Q&A series: project management insights—from the outside. Featuring Rebecca Ataya, Director of Programs and Services at the Federation of Community Social Services of BC.

People are people

Thoughts on fos­ter­ing diver­si­ty and inclu­sion in tech

by Lina Calin

Lina Calin offers a map for get­ting out of the homo­ge­neous echo cham­bers that the tech indus­try has become known for. The first step is real­iz­ing that under­neath our dif­fer­ent titles and job descrip­tions, we are all just people.

Editor’s picks

Design machines

How to sur­vive the dig­i­tal apocalypse.

by Travis Gertz

A dystopi­an view of an inter­net designed by machines, and the mushy, emo­tion­al weapons we can use to fight back.

Late nights and early warnings

How unhealthy projects break your busi­ness and our plan to help you fix that

by Rachel Gertz

Rachel explains how dig­i­tal project man­age­ment, appren­tice­ship, and Loud­er Than Ten’s brand new pro­gram can trans­form your projects and your organization.

In Defense of Doing it Wrong

Why you should ignore social expec­ta­tions and start lis­ten­ing to your own desire

by Jessica Faulds

Why you should ignore social expec­ta­tions and start lis­ten­ing to your own desire

Most important to least

How I quit my job and found the career I craved.

by Larissa Scordato

Some­times what you see isn’t what you get. Laris­sa Scorda­to was stuck in a great job that had every­thing she didn’t want. This is how she start­ed over.

The most brilliant woman in the room

Cre­ative free­dom, gen­der jus­tice, and con­fronting the chal­lenges to female collaboration

by Reina Gattuso

Mod­ern soci­ety has gen­der inequal­i­ty built into its bones. Reina Gatus­so wants to dis­man­tle the bar­ri­ers to female cre­ative freedom.

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