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Abby Armada

Abby Armada


Support pro working @clubhouse. Previously at Code Climate and Paperless Post. Lives life 10 seconds at a time.

Slack: @abby
Twitter: @mygiantrobot

Diana Potter

Diana Potter


Support pro and writer. She currently heads up support and customer experience at Qwilr.

Slack: @dpotter
Twitter: @drpotter

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SD Book Club – Effortless Experience (Chapters 1-2)

This past Tuesday marked the first meeting of the new round of the Support Driven Book Club. In this iteration, we’re reading The Effortless Experience. Each week, we read 2 Chapters and meet to discuss them. The Effortless Experience starts with 4 basic findings: A...

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We're in the final stretch for Support Driven Leadership Summit! With less than a month to go, you're likely beginning to think about the fine details of your trip to Boston, including your accommodations. If you haven't booked your hotel yet, I have good news and bad...

I lost some of the original Support Driven podcast episodes

Tl;dr: In the process of migrating the Support Driven (SD) website, I lost 8 of the podcast audio files from SD's early days 😭. This is the story of how it happened, the lesson I learned, and where we are now. ACT I: Done is better than perfect In February of 2019, we...

5 Management Tips From A Former Teacher

A long long time ago, in a world before I did customer support, I was a teacher. I spent 4 years teaching middle and high school students drama in Scotland, which definitely had its ups and downs. Most importantly, I learned a lot from managing groups of 20 students...