Da biste potpuno razumeli paradoks o kome ću danas pisati, potrebno je da zamislite da imate prijatelja već 19 godina. To je porodični prijatelj i svako od vaših ukućana dobije barem jednom mesečno pismo od tog prijatelja. To nije baš prijateljsko, brižno pismo, neki bi rekli da je to ispostava računa za to prijateljstvo, no […]
If you are in the WordPress world, I wrote a blog post which may be interesting for you. It explains why it is important to offer your clients the website maintenance as part of the business and how you can use ManageWP for that. You can read it at ManageWP blog. I hope you will enjoy it.
I recently wrote a blog post for my friends from MVPWorkshop about the importance of being focused, how you can get the feedback from your customers and what you can actually do with that feedback in practice. The blog post can be found here and you can check their blog page for more awesome product related […]
I talked about the importance of providing proactive support (instead of having reactive support only), how you can start dealing with it today and what are the concrete action steps.
Have you ever asked yourself what do backups and Lamborghinis have in common? What are the typical reasons for WordPress backups to fail? How to make sure that your WordPress based business is safe, no matter what happens? I wrote a blog post at ManageWP blog about that. Enjoy! 🙂
The 4th Customer Happiness meetup is scheduled for March 22nd. Three amazing speakers will share their experience with us. We will continue to develop our community in Serbia and we prepared some surprises for all of you.
No one is perfect. Neither you are. As soon as you accept that as the ultimate truth, your life will get much better. There is another truth as well – you are not the smartest guy in the world (ok, to be more precise, chances that you are are 0.00000000013514 (1 / 7,400,000,000). Anyway, it’s not […]
“Daj čoveku ribu i nahranićeš ga za jedan dan, nauči ga da peca i nahranićes ga za ceo život.” – stara kineska poslovica
30 days, 29 days, 28 days… Touchdown! 30 Days Blogging Challenge is officially and successfully over! Let’s sum it up.
Yesterday I was at the CEO Belgrade conference. One of the questions was “Are successful people born or made?” and I asked myself the same question. Every person, and especially every entrepreneur, should embrace failure with open arms. It is only through failure that we learn. Many of the world’s finest minds have learned this the […]
User Onboarding is the process of increasing the likelihood that new users become successful when adopting your product. – useronboard.com Here are great resources which may help you in creating / improving the user onboarding process for your product.
I was part of many meetings in previous years and actually most of these meetings were organized by myself. Unfortunately I am not able to say that all of these meetings were successful and well prepared. I found this infographic which may be interested to take place in your office and remind you and your […]
It was March 7 2014, 7am, early morning at Tiršova (Children’s Hospital) in Belgrade. I still remember our conversation: – Do you want me to come inside with you? – No, it’s fine, wait for me here. 10 minutes later my brother went out. – What did doctor say? – He said I have cancer.
Inspired by Trello New Hire Onboarding process described in this blog post and this Trello Board we created our New Hire Onboarding at Devana Technologies.
You’re greeted at the pearly gates to heaven by St. Peter who asks where you’d like to spend eternity. “Well, heaven of course!” you say. Peter replies: “You have to check out hell just to see what you think before you commit.” Disappointed, you shrug but agree. And to your surprise, when the elevator doors […]
Trello is the easy, free, flexible, and visual way to manage your projects and organize anything.
I already shared with you how human attention span decreased through time. You may noticed as well that I love infographics. Actually I find them a very powerful way to find an information.
The study, by Microsoft, showed the average human attention span has fallen from 12 seconds in 2000, or around the time the mobile revolution began, to eight seconds. Goldfish, meanwhile, are believed to have an attention span of nine seconds. – Source
Company culture has a tendency to radiate from the people who were involved in building the company. Did you already find out what yours is?