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  1. Encore Episode: A Peek Inside My Toolbox [Podcast] | Michael Hyatt

    In this episode, I give you a peek inside my toolbox. These are tools I use every day in my professional and personal life. I break them down into six categories.


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  2. Encore Episode: The 7 Benefits of Keeping a Journal [Podcast] | Michael Hyatt

    In this episode, I talk about the benefits of keeping a journal. I also share my own practice and offer a few tips, including software recommendations.


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  3. Encore Episode: How to Develop More Discipline [Podcast] | Michael Hyatt

    The topic of discipline is always relevant, since most of us struggle to achieve our goals and avoid the distractions of modern life. In this podcast, I share five specific steps to develop more of it.


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  4. Karen Lord - ABC Conversations with Richard Fidler

    Karen Lord grew up in Barbados on a steady stream of books, but one of her favourites was an encyclopaedia of legends and folk stories from around the globe.


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  5. BBC - Podcasts - Start the Week with Andrew Marr

    Diana Athill, Wendy Cope, Philip Hensher & Nigel Warburton 8th October 2012

    Andrew Marr discusses the dying art of handwriting with the novelist Philip Hensher, whilst the author and publisher Diana Athill celebrates the art of correspondence. With the poet Wendy Cope and philosopher and blogger, Nigel Warburton.

    Start The Week sets the cultural agenda for the week ahead, with high-profile guests discussing the ideas behind their work in the fields of art, literature, film, science, history, society and politics.


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  6. Mark Colvin - ABC Conversations with Richard Fidler

    Mark Colvin started at the ABC in 1974 and worked his way up to foreign correspondent - covering many of the major international events of the late 20th century. On a trip to Zaire and Rwanda to cover the Hutu-Tutsi massacres, Mark contracted Wegener’s Granulomatosis - a chronic and life-threatening disease. He hovered near death for weeks before successful treatment with a new drug saved his life - but it couldn’t save him from many hours each week on dialysis. Mark’s own experience has made him a outspoken critic of the low rate of organ donation in Australia, where the average wait for a new organ is between four and seven years. His illness means he’s no longer able to travel, and talk to people on the street - the part of journalism he loves. Mark has become an avid user of Twitter which he loves as an immediate way of discovering information and disseminating it to his 28,000 followers. Donate Life website. .


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    Greg Rucka Interview


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  8. The Writer and the Critic » Interim: Twelve Planets Podcast at Embiggen Books

    A monthly podcast devoted mostly to speculative fiction books, reviews and the odd bit of idle gossip. Hosted by Kirstyn McDermott and Ian Mond.


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  9. #011: The Secret Power of Naps [Podcast] | Michael Hyatt

    In this episode, I talk about a secret that is foundational to my own productivity: naps. I provide five reasons to consider them and a few tips for taking them.


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  10. #005: How to Take Control of Your E-mail Inbox [Podcast] | Michael Hyatt

    Do you feel overwhelmed by the volume of e-mail you are getting? In this podcast, I share four behaviors that will transform your experience.


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