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  1. Beating Back Burnout with Clark Gaither | The Productivityist Podcast: A Time Management and Personal Productivity Talk Show

    If you’ve ever faced burnout, then this discussion I have with Dr. Clark Gaither is definitely for you.

    Dr. Gaither is a family physician, author, speaker, blogger, corporate consultant, personal life coach, and an expert on Job Related Burnout. His latest book on this topic, REIGNITE, was released in March 2018.

    https://productivityist.transistor.fm/210

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  2. The Bullet Journal Method with Ryder Carroll | The Productivityist Podcast: A Time Management and Personal Productivity Talk Show

    Have you ever wanted to hear the story of how one of the most popular productivity methodologies came to be? Then you’ll enjoy this episode as I’m joined by the creator of the incredibly popular Bullet Journal, Ryder Carroll. Ryder is also the author of the book – his first – The Bullet Journal Method: Track the Past, Order the Present, Design the Future which goes deeper into the Bullet Journal phenomenon (as do we during our discussion).

    https://productivityist.transistor.fm/213

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  3. How to Build a Company of One with Paul Jarvis | The Productivityist Podcast: A Time Management and Personal Productivity Talk Show

    On this episode I speak with my good friend and author of Company of One, Paul Jarvis. I’ve known Paul for years and am elated to finally have him appear on the show to talk about staying small and how to build a company of one.

    https://productivityist.transistor.fm/226

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  4. Episode 234 | Eight Things We Wish We Knew When We Started Out | Startups For the Rest of Us

    http://www.startupsfortherestofus.com/episodes/episode-234-8-things-we-wish-we-knew-when-we-started-out

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    Steven Kotler is a great fit for The Work Talk Show. Throughout his many articles and books, one consistent through line is evident — the research and neuroscience behind why we do what we do and how we get more of it done. All of this comes together in his new book The Rise of Superman.

    The book outlines the Flow state that we reach in moments of total absorption, when time dilates and our self awareness goes down when we are at our full potential. It’s not hard to see that if one can find a way to generate many back-to-back flow cycles you can maximize your productivity throughout the day.

    This is exactly what Kotler does with his own routine, which begins at 4 AM. There’s no phone or email until 7 AM so he spend these early hours focusing on his current work (often an article or book). At 7:00 he responds to email quickly, then works for another hour. He then runs or works out and writes before lunch. After lunch he “heads to the mountains” of New Mexico, where Kotler shares his home with 37 shelter dogs!

    What are the 3 Apps Steven Can’t Live Without? When it comes to apps, Kotler admits he can explain a hadron collider but he can’t download apps! His favorites are Google Maps and email.

    Shout-outs and plugs! Both DJ and Nick recognized the hardworking team at Marketo for pulling off a great Marketing Nation Summit earlier in the month. Steven gave a shout to The Rise of Superman which is perched at Number 8 on the New York Times best seller list and to the good people of Google, where Kotler will be speaking soon.

    Until next week, we’ll see you on the Internet!

    Help more listeners discover what you already know – If you liked what you heard (or even if you didn’t), head over to iTunes and give us a quick review to help others find the show.

    http://worktalkshow.com/steven-kotler-on-flow/

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  6. #110: Capistrano and Burnout with Lee Hambley - The Changelog

    Andrew and Adam talk with Lee Hambley about some serious subjects such as Capistrano 3.0/2.0, open source burnout, various conversations around deploying, Ruby, respect, handing over the reigns and more.

    If you hack on open source or run an open source project, you should listen to this episode.

    Download: MP3 Audio

    This week’s episode is kindly sponsored by:

    DigitalOcean – Use the code mentioned on the show to get a $10 hosting credit

    Toptal – Freelance with companies like Airbnb, Artsy & IDEO

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    Get paid ($50) to write tutorials for DigitalOcean

    The Changelog Weekly – Our free weekly email covering open source

    Lee Hambley

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    Time to hand over the reigns before Capistrano costs me my youth?

    The Changelog Weekly – Issue #9

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    RVM 2.0 – Fundraisers

    [Book] Who Moved My Cheese?: An A-Mazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life

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    Get some added exposure! Sponsor the podcast or weekly email.

    Have comments? Send a tweet to @TheChangelog on Twitter.Subscribe to The Changelog Weekly – our weekly email covering everything that hits our open source radar.

    http://thechangelog.com/110/

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