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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

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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

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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

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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

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  5. 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 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.

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  6. The Basics of Calendar Management (Part 2 of 2) | Manager Tools

    This is the second of our casts that describe our recommendations about calendar management.

    Last week, we covered some basics of calendar management, the most important of which was that effective managers think about managing their priorities a WEEK at a time - thinking in terms of weeks is the most effective way to stay strategic, and therefore effective.

    We then covered our first, and perhaps most surprising point - Family First.

    Simple in practice … schedule time for your family ON YOUR CALENDAR first.

    And then give THAT commitment the same level of focus as your other priorities.

    This week, we cover our remaining points relative to managing your calendar …

    Schedule time for email

    Nail down your strategic objectives

    Block out One on Ones

    Schedule time for a weekly network building lunch

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  7. Changing Your Self-Image, Leadership, And The ABC’s Of Success – With Bob Proctor

    Discover the real tools for changing your self-image, how to be a leader in your life, and more with Bob Proctor.

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  8. Use Smart Paleo Principles To Instantly Boost Your Productivity

    Find out how utilizing smart paleo principles can radically boost your productivity. Find out what to eat, how to structure your day 10 times better, and much more.

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    Plantpowered ultra-athlete & Rich Roll talks with fellow bestselling author, podcast host & entrepreneur James Altucher on why you should "Choose Yourself."

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  10. The Instigator Series: Reinvent Yourself With Meg Worden

    The Instigator Series: Reinvent Yourself With Meg Worden

    This week, we’re unveiling the speakers of our first in-person event, The Instigator Experience.  Our fourth instigator is Meg Worden. In this interview, she share her incredible story of hope, shifting paradigms, and radical transformation. Here are some highlights: 

    How Certain Paths Lead to Delusional Enlightenment 

    A Look at What It Takes to Radically Transform Your Life

    What It Takes to Deal with Extreme Uncertainty

    Learning to Embody the Things that Make You Special

    Developing Practices of Learning to Live inside Your Body

    Cultivating Actions to Increase Your Mental Strength

    How Meg Turned a Horrible Experience into a Gift

    Why Gratitude for Our Problems Can Change Our Lives

    The Stories We Tell Ourselves in Every Moment 

    The Prisons We Create with Belief Systems

    Revealing the Parts of Our Personal Brand that Scare Us

    Why You Need to Make Sure Your Story Is in Service of Other People

    A Look at the Memoir Writing Process

    The Role that Creative Cross-Training Plays in Your Voice

    Advantages of Not Being Classically Trained in Your Field or Craft

    Tweetable Insights Include: 

    Our bodies are these fantastic tools that carry our spirits around (Click to tweet)

    When you take care of yourself, you can take of the world around you (Click to tweet)

    I believe in the practice of being grateful for your problems (Click to tweet)

    Putting your story out there is a deeper way to connect with people (Click to tweet)

    Nothing really amazing happens without the help of other people (Click to tweet)

    Meg Worden is a writer and Health Coach in Portland, Oregon. She has been published in a variety of places online and in print, and is currently shopping her memoir project about the two years she spent in federal prison. You can follow her on twitter @megworden. 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)

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