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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. Ed Latimore on The Secret to a Happy Life

    On this episode of The Knowledge Project, Ed Latimore and Shane Parrish discuss the physics of boxing, philosophy, and the secret to a happy life.

    https://www.farnamstreetblog.com/2017/08/ed-latimore-podcast/

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  5. The Best of 2013: Flying Closer to the Sun with Seth Godin

    The Best of 2013: Flying Closer to the Sun with Seth Godin

    Seth Godin has made a career out of flying closer to the sun. When I asked him how ships so many amazing projects, he simply replied "This might not work is something I say to myself before I launch any project." I hope this conversation encourages and inspires to you try things that might not work,  fly closer to the sun, and make a ruckus.

    Why Seth has Always Changed the Status Quo with His Work

    A Look at How We Became Brainwashed into Defending the Status Quo

    The Amazing Resources at Your Disposal Today

    Why You Can’t Sell Average Stuff for Average People

    The Mistake People Make When They Look at the Internet

    The Commonalities Between the People Who Stand Out

    Why Massive Amounts of Attention Are Not a Guarantee for Success

    The Power of Connecting People to Each Other

    Why Larger Bodies of Work Show People that You’re Serious

    The Role that Zig Ziglar Has Played In Seth’s Work

    The Importance of Training Yourself that Failure is OK

    Why Every Goal Worth Pursuing Requires Other People

    A Look Into EdgeCrafting and Redefining Categories

    The Launch and Inception of The Domino Project

    How Seth Launched The Domino Project

    Involving Other People When You Want to Make a Ruckus

    Tweetable Insights Include:

    I’ve had a habit of consistently trying to change the status quo with my work (Click to Tweet)

    Part of my work is unbrainwashing people (Click to Tweet)

    Mass attention is almost unattainable and if you can have it, it’s not clear that you want it (Click to Tweet)

    If it’s a project and you know it’s going to end, you might as well make a ruckus (Click to Tweet)

    Seth Godin is the founder of Squidoo.com , an author, and blogger. You can follow him on twitter @ThisIsSethsBlog.  If you liked this article, would you share it with your friends? Just click here to post it to Twitter. Oh, and we’d be really grateful if you write us a review in iTunes.   

    Download podcast as mp3(right click ⇒ save as)

    http://unmistakablecreative.com/episodes/the-best-of-2013-flying-closer-to-the-sun-with-seth-godin

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  6. Episode 0.6.1 - Oh my zsh! with Robby Russell - The Changelog

    Adam and Kenneth caught up with Robby Russell to talk about his community-driven zsh project.

    Download: MP3 Audio

    Items mentioned in the show:

    Coderwall now features a Changelog’d badge

    oh-my-zsh A community-driven framework for managing your zsh configuration.

    Robby Russell is Chief Evangelist at Planet Argon

    Derek Sivers from CD Baby

    Robby weighs in on the bash vs. zsh debate

    Bash vs Zsh debate? Google returns 175k results on the subject

    Themes are a big selling point for oh-my-zsh

    Kenneth love is right side prompt

    Adam loves hub

    oh-my-zsh is currently the eighth most forked project on GitHub.

    Follow @ohmyzsh on Twitter for updates

    Adam likes the update

    message.

    Robby tries to keep the pull requests under 100.

    Robby is looking for a few volunteers to help with pull requests and issue management

    Discuss this episode on Hacker News

    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/episode-0-6-1-oh-my-zsh-with-robby-russell/

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  7. Episode 0.2.8 - Mobile web development with John Resig - The Changelog

    Adam and Wynn caught up with John Resig at TXJS and talked about mobile web development with jQuery and TestSwarm, a continuous integration project from Mozilla Labs.

    Download: MP3 Audio

    Items mentioned in the show:

    TestSwarm – Distributed continuous integration testing for JavaScript.

    Pro JavaScript Techniques John’s JavaScript book

    Secrets of the JavaScript Ninja John’s upcoming book of trade secrets

    WebKit – The rendering engine behind Safari, Chrome, and a growing number of mobile browsers

    PhoneGap – Bridges the gap between the web and native functions on the iPhone, Android, and Blackberry

    Fennec Firefox for mobile devices

    Opera Dragonfly – cross device, cross platform debugging environment for the Opera browser-debug JavaScript, inspect and edit CSS and the DOM

    jQTouch – jQuery plugin for mobile web development on the iPhone,

    iPod Touch

    iUI – create WebApps with an iPhone-like Look and Feel from Firebug creator Joe Hewitt

    TouchScroll JavaScript- and CSS 3-based scroller for devices using Webkit Touch (yes, that includes Android). It is meant to mimic “native” scrolling feeling and behavior as much as possible.

    Mustache.js – Minimal templating with {{mustaches}} in JavaScript

    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/episode-0-2-8-mobile-web-development-with-john-resig/

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