Being Productive is about doing the right things at the right times in the right ways. Are you ready to start? Listen in for ideas on strategies and techniques, hacks and tools, and insights on how you can spend less time being stressed and more time being productive.
This episode I interview productivity coach Augusto Pinaud and we talk about what it means to be a productivity coach, his books, and why Augusto says you shouldn't check your email on your phone.
Learn more about Augusto and his book, The Impact Journal
We're dealing with a highly disruptive situation. Whether it impacts you directly or indirectly it is important to talk about being prepared to work in alternative locations and minimizing your disruptions if possible.
Have you ever looked into all the different types of analytics that are out there when it comes to personal productivity? Let's take a few minutes to talk about success criteria and making sure you're measuring the right things.
How I use Google Podcasts and Google Assistant. Also, do we need an app for everything?
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Digital assistants such as Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa are all the rage. Are you putting them to best use for you? Let's discuss.
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Our tools and systems can become complex and unwieldy quickly resulting in a loss in productivity. Sometimes what we need is to take time to simplify and get back to basics. In this episode I talk about efforts as of late to simplify my own systems and projects to get things under control.
Sometimes you can learn a great deal about productivity in the most unexpected places. In this episode I share some experiences and observations on productivity from the perspective of a whiskey bottling line.
Productivity isn't tied to a time clock. Here are some thoughts about being productive around the clock.
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