In a recent Focused episode, David and I talked about a lot about calendaring and I mentioned I’d share a picture of my current NeuYear calendar. Here it is:
The host of Hurry Slowly (one of my favorite podcasts) joins us to talk about avoiding burnout, percolating ideas, intentionality for introverts, and what it means to do truly productive work. Click here to give it a listen.
I finally got to talk to David about hyper-scheduling! We talk about how to turn your calendar into a productivity weapon, continue the conversation about digital minimalism, and share a few of our favorite books. Click here to give it a listen.
Video game developer Shahid Kamal Ahmad is back to talk about his digital declutter, staying present, and quieting the voices in your head with an intentional approach to managing your technology. Click here to listen to one of my favorite guest episodes ever.
This was a fun episode based on some great listener feedback, including a lengthy email from Hannes about the balance between intentionality and spontaneity. David and I talk about travel and productivity, we discuss the importance of space, and we revisit the topic of masterminds. Click here to give it a listen.
David & I do our level best to give listener Amanda our best advice for being productive despite an unproductive work environment. If you struggle to stay productive because of the people around you, this episode is for you.
I had a blast chatting with Laura McClellan in the latest episode of Focused. We talk about her perfectly scheduled day (and what happens when that goes wrong), habits, mastermind groups, and staying motivated. Click here to give it a listen.
uI have a love-hate relationship with email. In this episode of Focused, David & I help you navigate the minefield of email, sharing strategies and workflow tips to help you curb inbox addiction and reclaim your focus. Click here to give it a listen.
Your brain is an incredibly powerful computer, rapidly processing information to help you make better decisions – except when it doesn’t. Should you really trust your first impressions? without thinking. Click here to join Jus as we dive into the world of rapid cognition and thinking.
In this episode, author Chris Bailey joins David and I to talk about real productivity. Chris actually makes the case that watching Netflix can be productive! Click here to find out why I agree with him.