If this policy looked like any other would you even read it?
So why would I write something you don't care to read just to cover my backside? That goes against the very things I believe into and do here.
So here's my deal: I'm being honest about what's going on and I'll keep to it. Hopefully we can both do that.
As far as the website goes there's primarily 3 things going on:
For the newsletter I don't do much more than sending you the stuff I write and an occasional email.
In any case I don't resell your data to any 3rd party or anything like that.
As you probably know I'm into helping entrepreneurs and part of doing that takes place on calls and a mentoring program.
For booking calls I use a 3rd party service called SoHelpful built by my good friend Kevin. The site asks you or things like your email or phone/skype in order to connect us, but again it's just about facilitating that conversation. If you want to know more about you can read his policy.
For the mentoring program right now it's in Google docs, down the line might become a tool, but I'll update you if it does.
The information you share with me as part of the process are entirely at your discretion, but of course I'll keep it to myself. The most I might do is to use them as inspiration for some blog posts, vaguely referencing some of the key learnings, in the hope that other people might learn from the experience. I will ask for permission if I reference anything substantial and otherwise that's all in the open, you can always call me out.
But Spike you might say, this is all fluffy an nice, but I really want the hard to understand lingo to wreck my brain on, please help me!.
Ok ok, I don't know I can do quite that bad, but the people at Iubenda have a nice tool to create more serious policy so here it is, enjoy: