David and I talk about the role mise-en-place (“everything in it’s place”) has in free agency. We also discuss David’s sabbatical plans and my coworking dilemma. Click here to listen in.
I met Seran McCabe as the seanwes conference a couple of years ago, and have been following him ever since. In this episode, he shares his own battles with burnout, and convinces David to try a sabbatical. Click here to give it a listen.
This time Joe and I cover one of the most recommended books on the Bookworm Club. This topic fascinates me. Boundaries are important, but you need to know when and where to use them. Click here find out how you can careate more personal space.
David and I talk about how important sleep is for a free agent, the power of motivation, and lots of other great stuff on this content episode. These are always fun, and David talks through a pivot he’s making in his personal brand. Click here to give it a listen.
We’re back, baby! And this time, we’re covering one of the most iconic productivity books of all time. Per usual, I have strong opinions on this one. Click here if you’re interested in forming habits that stick.
If you follow Apple news at all, you already know Casey Liss. In this episode we talk about what finally caused him to take the leap and how he battles the tendency to do too much. Click here for one of my favorite Free Agents episodes to date.
As a free agent, your most valuable asset is your time. In this episode, David and I talk about how to figure out what you shouldn’t be doing anymore. Click here for all the details.
The Free Agents guest episodes are some of my favorites, and this one is no exception. Ann is amazing, and her story is incredible. Click here to get inspired.
This episode, Joe and I read the most requested listener recommendation. This is a good one that flips the work paradigm on it’s head. Click here to discover why you don’t need to work on log hours in order to get ahead.
In this episode, David and I talk about why eating your frog is a survival skill. David talks through a pivot in his business, and I bear my soul about the imposter syndrome I deal with. Click here to hear me share about why I feel like a fraud and what I do to cope.