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  1. 4. Deep Work, conversación sobre la atención de láser con Marc Marti en Podcast de Homo Minimus en mp3(14/05 a las 21:10:22) 31:52 18675924 - iVoox

    Escucha y descarga los episodios de Podcast de Homo Minimus gratis. Charla con Marc Marti, del blog Repensando el ahora https://repensandoelahora.com/,

    sobre el libro ‘Deep work’, de Cal Newport,

    y sobre productivida…

    Programa: Podcast de Homo Minimus. Canal: Homo Minimus. Tiempo: 31:52 Subido 14/05 a las 21:10:22 18675924

    http://www.ivoox.com/4-deep-work-conversacion-sobre-atencion-de-audios-mp3_rf_18675924_1.html

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  2. 5. Conversación con Raúl Hernández: aprendizaje y educación en el siglo XXI en Podcast de Homo Minimus en mp3(10/09 a las 20:42:58) 01:59:37 20787581 - iVoox

    Escucha y descarga los episodios de Podcast de Homo Minimus gratis. Conversación con con Raúl Hernández: Aprendizaje y educación en el siglo XXI

    Puedes saber más de

    Raúl en su blog: https://blog.raulhernandezg

    Programa: Podcast de Homo Minimus. Canal: Homo Minimus. Tiempo: 01:59:37 Subido 10/09 a las 20:42:58 20787581

    http://www.ivoox.com/5-conversacion-raul-hernandez-aprendizaje-educacion-audios-mp3_rf_20787581_1.html

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  3. In Conversation with David Allen: Interview with Tiago Forte

    A conversation between Tiago Forte, founder of productivity training firm Forte Labs, and David Allen, creator of the Getting Things Done method.

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/tiago-forte-2/in-conversation-with-david-allen-interview-with-tiago-forte
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Thu, 27 Jul 2017 14:42:34 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  4. 52founders: Jason Fried, Basecamp

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  5. S1E02: Killing the Dinosaur Business Model (Part 2) with Basecamp’s Jason Fried & DHH

    Lead the future.

    http://podcast.leadwise.co/s01e02-killing-the-dinosaur-business-model-part-2-with-basecamps-jason-fried-dhh

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  6. S1E01: Killing the Dinosaur Business Model (Part 1) with Basecamp’s Jason Fried & DHH

    Lead the future.

    http://podcast.leadwise.co/1

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  7. Episode 65: Implementing SCRUM Across Your Entire Company With Thanh Pham

    Today we are joined by Thanh Pham of Asian Efficiency.

    Thanh is our go-to person for operational questions and is very procedure based which leads to efficiency and growth. Asian Efficiency got started as a part-time passion project in 2011, when Thanh and his partner Aaron decided to start a blog to share how they got things done. Over time, their audience grew, started asking for products and Asian Efficiency was launched in 2013.

    “I’ve always been the guy who wants to help people” – Thanh

    Thanh talks about how he and Aaron developed their vision, and their desire to make the world more productive and efficient.

    On today’s show, Thanh talks about:

    What prevents people from moving forward

    Task management systems

    Creating goals and aligning tasks with those goals

    Daily routines/rituals and how they relate to task management

    Scrum and customer service – new customer onboarding and resolving

    The Scrum Process

    Thanh talks about his daily routines and how he starts and works throughout his day. He tries to keep his personal and business goals separate. He schedules his day to make sure that each event or goal for the week is slotted into his calendar. Thanh’s personal goals are non-negotiable and all of his business goals are worked around and between them. He mixes personal and professional goals throughout the day.

    “A lot of gold is in the customer support tickets” – Thanh

    His entire business operation runs on Agile and each department runs their own sprints. There is also an inbound customer service element that can’t necessarily be included in a sprint but is critial. Customer service sprints are planned doing tasks like creating operational procedures, but included in that time is actual customer service, handling issues and addressing tickets. It just needs to be built into the process and the schedule.

    When working with a distributed team, “It’s important to make sure everyone is on the same page.” – Thanh

    Thanh is always a wealth of information.  Learn more about Rituals, Asian Efficiency’s newest product, visit the Dojo or just learn how to be more Asian Efficient.

    Resources Mentioned:

    www.podcastingpress.com

    The Rockefeller Habits: Scaling Up

    The Inner Game of Tennis

    OmniFocus

    Jira

    Confluence

    Hipchat

    Rescue Time

    A Time Logger

    Scrum

    Trello

    Rituals

    Dojo

    Stay Connected:

    Join our closed Facebook group for continuous discussion and let us know your thoughts on today’s podcast.   If you have questions on the specifics of a welcome kit, we’ll be around to answer.

    We’d love to get a 5 star rating on iTunes from you. We don’t plan on asking for this in the episodes themselves since most people are doing other things when they’re listening, but we do plan on asking here. We’ll share the ratings and reviews in the episodes as well. Feel free to email us when you leave a review with your business information and we’ll include it in our shoutout.

    We are on Twitter – so follow us!

    Want to leave a voice recording that we use on the show? Call in to our voicemail box here with your question!

    You can always catch us on Stitcher and SoundCloud

     

    http://zerotoscale.com/episode-65-implementing-scrum-across-your-entire-company-with-thanh-pham/

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  8. #880 GTD: áreas y proyectos | Emilcar Daily

    A petición popular volvemos a tratar el tema del GTD, en este caso la organización en áreas de…

    https://www.spreaker.com/user/emilcar/880-gtd-areas-y-proyectos?autoplay=1

    download

    Tagged with este caso

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  9. Prioriza

    La diferencia entre una vida atolondrada y una vida bien saboreada depende en gran medida de cómo gestionas ese tesoro llamado tiempo, pero si no te paras a priorizar, la vida te va a ofrecer al menos mil ocasiones de distracción al día.

    Desconectarte es lo más sencillo que te puede ocurrir si no priorizas. Y si te desconectas te pierdes y perderte hoy, a la velocidad que va todo, supone un largo viaje por un laberinto por el que nunca sabrás si podrás regresar.

    Las máquinas, la tecnología, la informática nos permiten hacer tantas cosas tan rápido que hacemos más y más y más hasta caer agotados. Somos adictos a la acción y en ello se nos pasa la vida.

    Sea lo que sea que priorices está bien si realmente es lo que deseas. Muchos piensan que priorizar es renunciar a algo y, bien al contrario, con una buena organización del tiempo podrás hacer todo aquello que precises para que tu vida sea plena. Eso sí, has de rascar un poco o un mucho mirándote, reconociéndote, conectando con tus valores para escoger qué quieres potenciar en tu vida.

    Dime qué priorizas y te diré quién eres ¿Qué priorizas en tu vida, lo exterior o lo interior, el trabajo o la familia, la acción o la inacción, la risa o el lamento?

    Entrenarte en priorizar te ayudará a decir no a un compromiso que no te conviene, a descartar un entorno que ya no te aporta, a desechar un mal hábito que te perjudica y a apearte de una actividad que no te hace crecer.

    ¿Si supieras que todo se acaba el año próximo, qué priorizarías?

    Vamos a aprender a distinguir lo importante de lo urgente de la mano de Francisco Alcaide, especialista en desarrollo personal y management. Autor del libro “Aprendiendo de los Mejores”.

    Contaremos también con las herramientas que nos ofrezca Berto Pena, uno de los grandes expertos en técnicas de productividad en nuestro país.

    Maite Bayona nos inspirará a través de su experiencia como coach espiritual y experta en mindfulness.

    http://www.radioemprende.com/podcast-la-rueda-del-hamster-20160129-prioriza

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  10. TAM 041: Chris Davis - The Perfect Follow-Up Sequence - The Active Marketer

    Join Chris L. Davis and I as we discuss how to design the perfect follow-up sequence and Chris shares the secret of the single-double opt-in.

    http://theactivemarketer.com/tam041-chris-davis-follow-up-sequence/

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