Breaks are crucial to your productivity. On this episode, I share four ideas about breaks and share with you how you should take them.
I'm always saying "tell your time where to go instead of wondering where it went". In this episode, I give you four big ideas for how to do that.
In this episode, I take a break from teaching about productivity and instead share over 27 things about me so you can know me better. I hope you share about yourself with me.
Email can be a blessing and a curse. You get to choose which it is. In this clip from a recent presentation, I share 4 big ideas to deal email better.
Working from home can be a challenge if you don't set yourself up for success. Here are four big ideas you can be productive and work from home.
Jordan Paris is a 21-year-old author, web-developer, podcast host, and former college athlete seen in Men’s Health, Yahoo Finance, and Nasdaq as a beacon of light for inspiring people from all walks of life. Jordan's podcast, Growth Mindset University, is ranked #26 in the iTunes Education category. On the show, he interviews young up-and-comers and the most successful people on planet earth like James Altucher, Kevin Rudolf, David Meltzer, Mark Manson, Rachel Starr, and Dan Lok.
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ODAE stands for outsource, delegate, automate and eliminate. In this episode, I teach you an exercise to do that will improve your productivity.
Jamie Irvine has over 20-years experience in business as an operations manager, sales account manager and an entrepreneur. He started a contracting business with $700 in 2009 and sold that business in 2016. Jamie is the host of the Build a Better Business Podcast.
On this episode, Mark and Jaime talk about what they found worked and what didn't as they seek to grow their brands, businesses and podcasts. It's an off-the-cuff, 2 guys and a mic type of show!
Working distraction-free can be a challenge. In this episode, I give you 9 ways to do so. Some of which are applicable for your phone and the others are for your work environment.
Jessica Lacy is a Colorado grown, certified life coach passionate about people living a productive, restful life. She believes those two things can coexist. Jessica supports individuals in creating sustainable rhythms of nurture and achievement, so they can create more of what they love and actually have the space to enjoy it. She’s the host of the Love Your Whole Body podcast where she has counter cultural conversations about how to love your life more through loving your body.
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