Productivity tips from the greats
Monthly newsletter - May 2016
Featuring the world’s greatest luminaries and 24 different paths to success.
If Mozart, Picasso or Voltaire could give you one piece of advice, what would it be?
Click through to get inspired for this celebratory work week. Have a happy Liberation Day!
In other news
Our growing team has taken up new quarters by Amsterdam's canal ring. The change of scenery has brought us maximum productivity, though we did throw an epic welcome party last Friday to celebrate. Cheers to new beginnings!
We’d also like to announce that we are now an official partner of Sprout.nl, an entrepreneurial platform for fast-growing businesses and investors! In this special feature, Sprout shows the world how pr.co helps them communicate effectively to the world.
Last but not the least, do you think PR is a dead or dying industry? See what we have to say on our latest book chapter, along with a few tips that will help you nail PR campaigns and win at your job.
What we've improved for you
Last week we rolled out a major update on our email delivery system: not only will your distribution emails be more reliable, but we’ve also improved deliverability, spam-prevention and made the processing of email tracking events a lot faster.
Moreover, we’ve added Brazilian Portuguese as a language, removed the summary and title fields from the ‘Optimise for web’ step for classic campaigns, and fixed minor issues with the freeform campaigns.
What else we've been reading
Your media business will not be saved. Your problem is that you make shit. And no one cares about you or your cheap shit. So what will matter in the next age of media? If you want to make something really great, you can’t think about making it great for everyone. You have to make it great for someone. For a lot of people, but not for every person.
The real reasons you procrastinate - and how to stop. What's inside the brain of a procrastinator? Easy: a Rational Decision-Maker, the Instant Gratification Monkey, and the Panic Monster.
Here’s to a productive month ahead! Feel free to send any feedback or compliments to email@example.com.
See you next month!