In this clip from a presentation I gave way back in November 2016, I talk about how you have plenty of hours in the day, intentionality, leaking time and how to maintain control at work.
Reminders are very important for your productivity. And there are plenty of awesome reminders available but I recently started using a unique way to be reminded.
Violette de Ayala is a Cuban-American serial and social Entrepreneur, Founder of FemCity®, and virtual mentor to over 20,000 women. Violette has been quoted in Success, Entrepreneur, CNBC, Yahoo Small Business, Business Insider News as a small business expert. Violette has also been seen in featured campaigns in People, InStyle, Real Simple magazines. She served as part of The White House: Women Environmental Leaders Program and was a commissioned Keynote speaker for Accenture’s International Women's Month Event, the SBA Regional Women's Conference, and Luxury Brand Partners. FemCity has been seen in Gilt, Vogue, AP, Mashable and Fast Company and has over 100 locations in the US, Canada and the Islands.
On this episode with Violette de Ayala:
In 1980, Jack Nicholson was in the horror film, The Shining.
If you're not familiar with the film, The Shining is about Jack Torrance (Nicholson), an aspiring writer and recovering alcoholic, who accepts a position as the off-season caretaker of the isolated historic Overlook Hotel in the Colorado Rockies. Wintering over with Jack are his wife Wendy Torrance (Duvall) and young son Danny Torrance (Lloyd). Danny possesses "the shining", psychic abilities that enable him to see into the hotel's horrific past. The hotel's cook, Dick Hallorann (Crothers), also has this and is able to telepathically communicate with Danny. The hotel had a previous winter caretaker who went insane and killed his family and himself. After a winter storm leaves the Torrances snowbound, Jack's sanity deteriorates due to the influence of the supernatural forces that inhabit the hotel, placing his wife and son in danger (Wikipedia).
I was 15 when this film came out and when I first saw it, it scared the crap...
On July 7, 2017, I launched The Mark Struczewski Podcast. In this episode, I reflect on the prior 399 episodes and talk about my vision for the future.
Michael Collins is the founder of SugarAddiction.com and Chairman of the Board of the 501c non-profit The Food Addiction Institute. He has been sugar-free for over 30 years and raised two sugar-free children. He coaches folks from all walks of life to quit or reduce sugar in their lives.
On this episode with Michael Collins:
In this replay from a recent Instagram Live, I talk about what is a reminder and what goes on your calendar and share with you way to actually have time to read those emails and articles you want.
Brodie Welch is a Licensed Acupuncturist, board-certified herbalist, and self-care strategist. She helps self-aware, high-achieving women break the cycle of stress, overwhelm, and self-sabotage so they can enjoy the lives they’re working so hard to create, and live into their potential. Working at the confluence of wellness and personal development, she has helped thousands of clients optimize their weight, digestion, hormones, sleep, mood, and vitality. She’s the founder of Life in Balance Acupuncture in Corvallis, Oregon, where she has been treating patients since 2003. She’s also the creator and host of A Healthy Curiosity: the podcast that explores what it takes to be well in a busy world.
On this episode with Brodie Welch:
In this clip from a presentation, I talk about my love for simplicity, the power of momentum, I ask "how productive are you really?", I discuss FOMO and notification cleanses.
Goals are very important for your productivity. For without goals, it's more like you're in a boat out in the middle of the ocean without any oars and that's leaking. Goals help you become productive.