Steve Dotto is the host of Dott Tech, a how-to YouTube channel that migrated from the broadcast TV world in 2011 to YouTube. He also hosts a podcast, Grey Matters, which teaches Baby Boomers how to remain relevant in the digital age.
In this episode, we talk about working from home, habits, grace, Evernote, Google Calendar and we debate analog versus digital productivity.
Jarie is an engineer by training and an entrepreneur by nature. He has over 20 years of experience bringing innovative technology products to the market. This gives him a unique perspective on the power of storytelling for businesses since the best story, not technology, wins. He has published six books with his latest being a Big Idea Nonfiction book called The Entrepreneur Ethos which shows how to build a more ethical, inclusive, and resilient entrepreneur community.
On this episode, we talk about how entrepreneurs can deal with COVID-19 including over 12 ideas you can do during the downtime.
Being more productive is possible. And, quite frankly, not that difficult once you know how.
Here are three ideas for increasing productivity and getting a massive amount of stuff done each day.
What does this mean? According to Google, “demanding careful consideration or application” or “acting or speaking sincerely and in earnest, rather than in a joking or halfhearted manner”.
Question: do you want to get serious? I'm guessing the answer is yes or else why would you be reading this post?
Then...how do you get serious?
Think about what lights you up. What are you passionate about or obsessed about?
For me...it's this! Writing, talking, posting, etc. about productivity. I wake up every day excited about doing what I do.
Are you doing what you love to do, where you love to do it?
If not, address this first.
Maybe you don't like the commute to your job or your boss or...the...
Kim Ades is the President and Founder of Frame of Mind Coaching™ and JournalEngine™ Software. Author, speaker, entrepreneur, coach, and mom of 5, Kim has 15 years of experience coaching many of North America’s most respected leaders. Recognized as an expert in the area of thought mastery, Kim uses her unique philosophy and quirky coaching style to help her clients deal with core issues and shift their thinking in order to yield extraordinary results.
In this episode, we talk about the state of balance, core values, anchoring, and 3 ways to get and stay calm during any situation.
It is possible to supercharge your productivity but it will require work and intentionality.
Here are 7 habits to adopt into your life to do just that.
1 - Work smart
2 - Keep your cell phone use to a minimum
Jarrod's clients normally double their income as a result of using a Nobel Nominated process that teaches them how to think at a higher level. After all, it's true: a breakthrough in your business will first happen as a breakthrough in your thinking.
In this episode, we talk about 3 things you can do to triple your time in half the time, doing non-expert things and traps of getting things done.
Heartstyles co-founders Stephen and Mara Klemich are a husband and wife duo who've dedicated their professional lives to understanding how we can harness our minds to tap into the best of our hearts. The Heartstyles Indicator, the tool they created to measure effective thinking and behaviors, has helped individuals, teams and organizations all over the world to unlock their potential. Now, their book Above the Line: Living and Leading with Heart is doing the same.
On this episode, we talk about above the line vs below the line, we are all an AND, the S+T=B formula and inner vows.
Fredrik Sandvall, a financier, investor, serial entrepreneur, best-selling author, and a former special forces Captain from Swedish who spent many years running a business even before leaving the military. He spent over twenty years gaining experience within management and consulting, working at senior levels within the world’s largest organizations to create growth. Fredrik has since focused on his passion of helping other individuals to achieve their own financial goals by mentoring other aspiring entrepreneurs, multiply the business value with several having gone on to create or raise multiple millions.
I have a confession to make.
When I first got into the wonderful world of productivity, I really thought it was all about calendar, to-do, and notes apps.
Yeah, I know. Silly, clueless me!
Then I came to my senses! (Thankfully!)
First, some context
At 54 years young, I can remember a time when there were no cell phones (let me know if you remember even before there were cordless phones...when the phone was hard-wired to the wall!).
And then technology came of age.
This was followed very quickly by the Internet and apps.
It's no secret that in our day and age, we’re obsessed with all forms of technology (including social media and all the other apps).
Personally, I believe technology can be a blessing and a curse. The key is we get to choose. We have to be the human and in control of technology instead of the other way around.
Tough question: how many minutes, I’m...
Mollie is the creator of Sleep Is A Skill, a company that optimizes how people sleep through a unique blend of technology, accountability, and behavioral change. The company was born from “scratching her own itch” after a lifetime of poor sleep habits culminated into a mega-challenging bout of insomnia for months without end. With a background in psychology & human behavior, she went down the rabbit hole to solve her own sleep disturbances without sleeping aids. She became fascinated with chronobiology, and by extension, its practical applications to restore a state of homeostasis not only to her sleep but also to her life as a whole. Knowing the difference between a life with sleep and without, she’s now dedicated her life to sharing the forgotten skill set of sleep.
On this fast-paced episode, Mollie and I talk about the misunderstanding of melatonin, sleep architecture, sleep tracking, naps, getting too much sleep...