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  1. right-clicking here

    We’re living in a time of exciting technological innovation. But just because technology can do something for us, doesn’t mean that it should. Want to 4x your creative output? Click here for my free toolkit » Cal Newport is author of the new book Digital Minimalism: Choosing a Focused Life in a Noisy World. Digital

    https://kadavy.net/blog/posts/cal-newport-podcast-interview/

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  2. Seth Godin - Love your work

    How do you market something when you don’t know what it is, or who it’s for? If you’re anything like me, you feel driven to create, but it’s only through the process of creation that your vision takes form. It’s only through putting that creation out into the world that you begin to realize what

    https://kadavy.net/blog/posts/seth-godin-podcast-2/

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  3. right-clicking here

    Creative productivity is about mind management, not time management. You have to get into the right mental state to be creative. And you need to have your brain stocked with the knowledge it takes to solve the creative problem at hand. Want to 4x your creative output? Click here for my free toolkit » I

    https://kadavy.net/blog/posts/creative-productivity-system-podcast/

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  4. right-clicking here

    Mark McGuinness (@markmcguinness) is a creative coach, a poet, and a former psychotherapist and hypnotherapist. Steven Pressfield, author of The War of Art, calls Mark an “overeducated Brit who thinks deeply about stuff you and I have never heard of.” Mark is the host of the 21st Century Creative Podcast (my interview on Mark’s podcast). On

    https://kadavy.net/blog/posts/mark-mcguinness-podcast/

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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. Canvas #70: Task Managers in 2018 - Relay FM

    This week, Fraser and Federico take a look at the "Big Four" task managers on iOS - Things, OmniFocus, Todoist and Apple Reminders - and consider how the iOS ecosystem has changed since the early days.

    https://www.relay.fm/canvas/70

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  9. right-clicking here

    No Ego: Cy Wakeman on Eliminating “Emotional Waste” – Love Your Work, Episode 119

    April 02 2018 – 07:30am

    Cy Wakeman (@cywakeman) is the founder of Reality Based Leadership. She wrote a book called No Ego. Want to 4x your creative output? Click here for my free toolkit » No Ego is a leadership book, which is an unusual read for me since I’m a solopreneur, but I couldn’t put it down. You might hear me talk about ego from time to time. I think my conversation with Ryan Holiday back on episode 31 was the first time I was really thinking about ego. He wrote the book Ego is the Enemy. Since then I’ve come to realize that ego is the number one enemy that can hold you back from reaching your creative potential. Your ego will keep you from being accountable to yourself and what you want to accomplish. It will direct your attention outside of you, and cause you to blame others. It will cause you to make limiting excuses for yourself. But if you’re able to bypass your own ego, something magical happens. You start to concentrate on what you can control. You start to see a connection between your actions and the results you get. This is what I loved so much about Cy’s book, No Ego. It’s a powerful book for keeping ego from ruining your workplace, but at the same time it’s a powerful book for keeping ego from ruining yourself and sabotaging your own potential. Love Your Work now an Alexa Skill! To add the Love Your Work skill to your Amazon Echo, say “Alexa, enable Love Your Work.” It’s very important, by the way to use the word “enable,” and not “add.” Also, you can search on the Alexa app, or visit kadavy.net/alexa Please donate on Patreon Support nourishing media and a healthy definition of success. Get early access, bonus content, and 20% off the Love Your Work T-shirt. Donate now » Subscribe to Love Your Work

    Listen to the Cy Wakeman Interview

    Listen in iTunes >> Download as an MP3 by right-clicking here and choosing “save as.” RSS feed for Love Your Work Theme music: Dorena “At Sea”, from the album About Everything And More. By Arrangement with Deep Elm Records. Listen on Spotify » Want to 4x your creative output? Click here for my free toolkit » This post is filed under Love Your Work Podcast.

    http://kadavy.net/blog/posts/cy-wakeman-podcast/

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  10. The Myth of the Working Manager | Manager Tools

    If you think you’re a "working manager", and that’s harder somehow, you’re wrong.

    Lots of managers claim "I’m a working manager." It’s a reason to suggest that they don’t have time to manage. But "The Working Manager" is a myth, and there are all kinds of solutions to solve the problem of priority management.

    https://www.manager-tools.com/2017/04/myth-working-manager

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