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25 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Dave Crenshaw. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Dave Crenshaw, often where they are interviewed.

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250: Focus Management - Conditioning Yourself to Do More Meaningful Work with Dave Crenshaw

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The costs associated with switchtasking, the difference between time management and focus management, and how to restore your missing minute with Dave Crenshaw.

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Welcome to episode 250 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Dave Crenshaw about productivity, avoiding “switchtasking,” and managing your focus.

Focus Management

Do you actually notice how many times your focus drifts from the task you’re supposed to be working on each day? Or how often you multitask?

Maybe you’re experiencing switchtasking even more often during these difficult, strange times we’re currently experiencing.

If this sounds like you, this episode will surely help you out. Dave shares some actionable strategies that can help you combat your wavering focus and reliance on staying connected in this episode, and you’ll even learn how you can download his newest book, “The Result,” for free.

In this episode, you’ll learn:
  • What switchtasking is
  • The costs that are unavoidable due to switchtasking
  • Why conditioning is more helpful than discipline
  • Why you should turn off phone notifications
  • The difference between time management and focus management
  • How to restore your missing minute
  • How do you know if your motivations are the right kind of motivations
  • Why systems are so important
  • How to be mindful of accountability

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If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to podcast@foodbloggerpro.com.

Apr 14 2020 · 48mins
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Breaking The Myth Of Multitasking—with Dave Crenshaw

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Do you ever wish you could be a more focused leader, a calmer thinker, a more productive worker? Do you ever get to the end of the day and wonder what you actually accomplished? This week’s guest is renowned productivity and time-management expert Dave Crenshaw. In our interview, Dave and I go in-depth on how leaders can maximize their most precious asset, time, leading to higher profits, higher quality of life, more time to spend with their families, and higher work satisfaction. We discuss the myth of multitasking and its huge costs to our businesses and happiness; why the most successful leaders say NO far more often than they say YES; how to determine which tasks to spend your time on and which to delegate… and more. This episode may just change the way you think about and spend your time.

Aug 26 2019 · 43mins

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The MIF Podcast: #42 with Dave Crenshaw (Time Management)

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Dave Crenshaw is a Productive Leadership Author & Keynote Speaker

http://davecrenshaw.com
Feb 08 2019 · 43mins
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The MIF Podcast: #42 with Dave Crenshaw (Time Management)

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Dave Crenshaw is a Productive Leadership Author & Keynote Speaker

http://davecrenshaw.com

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Feb 08 2019 · 43mins
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N4L 076: "The Power of Having Fun" by Dave Crenshaw

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 In his latest book, The Power of Having Fun, productivity expert Dave Crenshaw gives us permission to have fun. Seriously! According to Crenshaw, we all need to take breaks—lots of them—every day, week, month, and year. In fact, the best way to be productive is to have fun every day all year long. So, Crenshaw teaches us how to incorporate having fun into every aspect of our lives. After you listen to him, you’ll be back in the sandbox taking back your recess time!

00:15  Intro to Dave Crenshaw, author of The Power of Having Fun

01:10 Having fun helps us be more productive

02:10 Crenshaw uses “desert” and “oasis” metaphors

02:25 “Desert” = an extended period of deprivation and/or chaos (as defined by you)

03:45 Most common deserts: career and retirement

05:40 59% of people unhappy at work but push hard to retirement anyway

06:20 Taking time for an “oasis” actually helps us get to the other side

06:50 Oasis = a planned, scheduled break (as defined by you)

07:20 Taking a vacation can perpetuate the “desert” mentality

08:00 More than 600 million vacation days go unused annually

08:30 Hard work necessary for success

08:40 10% of our awake time should be “oasis” time

09:25 Prescheduled times to step away from work refreshes us

09:45 “W.I.S.H.”  - worth it someday, hopefully

10:25 Permission – the first stage of having fun (not feeling guilty)

10:45 Research shows those deprived of dopamine get worse at task

12:10 Short breaks (not a vacation) help us perform better

13:30 Clearly defined fun time (not one activity coupled with another)

14:00 If you’re traveling through the desert, is water something you earn for good behavior?

14:15 Fun is a requirement!

15:05 Playing is almost a human right

15:45 “W.I.N.” – worth it now

16:05 Discovery – tough step for adults who’ve forgotten how they like having fun

17:00 “Recess” has been stolen from us

17:10 World Health Organization (WHO) determined playing is a basic right of children

17:30 Children with recess time pay attention and have fewer behavioral problems

18:40 Children always find a way to play, have fun, and entertain themselves

20:10 Lean away from costly breaks; save those for yearly play

20:30 Oasis intervals (daily, weekly, monthly, yearly) determine time and money spent

21:25 Most of our fun should be free to very inexpensive

22:10 It’s not time management; its focus management

22:30 Massive difference between being distracted and having fun

23:10 Trap: waiting to finish everything before having fun

23:35 Oasis should be one of the first things on the schedule

24:25 How to create and honor a family oasis

25:15 Relationship deserts let them dry up and fall apart while driving toward success

26:25 Spending time in loving relationships enhances our business endeavors

26:30 If you want children to succeed in school, have fun with them

27:00 “Me” time vs. “them” time: planning family oasis time that suits the needs of others

30:00 We have far more control over our own time than we think

31:10 Discover your “ultradian rhythm” – work/activity cycle within a day (90-120 min.)

33:20 Trust that fun and play truly makes you more productive

34:10 Staying at home with children can be its own desert

34:40 Find a moment – a gap in the day – then reserve it, guard it

35:30 Anticipating the fun can help get us through the desert (a “pre-ward,” not a reward)

37:10 Recommendation: “How to Have Fun Like Children: 15 Joyful Tips” by Nan Nanton

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BUY The Power of Having Fun: How Meaningful Breaks Help You Get More Done

Get 15 ideas for how to have fun like children on the “Tiny Buddha” website.

Connect with us!

Special thanks…

Jan 23 2019 · 38mins
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Ep 120 – Getting Stuff Done with Dave Crenshaw

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Best selling author, speaker, business coach Dave Crenshaw joins Matt Halloran today to discuss what he knows best - accountability and time management. Dave is a particular expert in his field as his personal background isn't that he's a classic type A person. On the contrary, Dave has been diagnosed with ADHD, making him inherently disorganized.

Unlike many others we often hear from explaining to us how to stay focused, Dave has overcome his natural instinct for chaos and can now behave as though he has inherently organized, a skill set he has now taught hundreds to thousands of people. Having designed a system that was built for the most disorganized person in the world, Dave understands how to take anyone, regardless of their starting point, to a level of successful organization.

Together with Matt, Dave is going to explore how you can become the master of your own time by understanding a few of the simple lies we often tell ourselves that keep us from optimal efficiency. If you're ready to take 2019 by storm, listen in today and find out how to become master of your own time and success.

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Nov 06 2018 ·
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The Myth of Multitasking, by Dave Crenshaw - ANP 025

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In today's episode, we explore the stigma of self help, and the difference between self help and personal development. We tackle this subject by reading The Myth of Multitasking, by Dave Crenshaw, and consider what it means to be multi-tasking, and whether it is a positive thing or not.
Sep 01 2018 · 26mins
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985 My Strength Is My Story with Dave Crenshaw, The Power of Having Fun

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Dave Crenshaw, a practical man, shares his insight into bringing FUN back to life in his new book, The Power of Having Fun: How meaningful breaks help you get more done and feel fantastic!

Dave Crenshaw: A happily married husband of 16 years, a father of three adorable children. He's an admitted geek, enjoying all things superheroes and xBox gamer. Dave is the Productive Leadership Mentor and the author of 4 four books including The Myth of Multitasking. His brand new book, The Power of Having Fun, sheds a light on something so basic, yet powerful.

"Fun is something that should be a top priority." ~ Dave Crenshaw BOOK: The Power of Having Fun CONNECT with Dave Crenshaw: DaveCrenshaw.com

Enjoy the multitude of topics discussed including productivity, family, schedules, gaming, and tea parties. The power of having fun!

  • Leadership coaching
  • LinkedIn Learning
  • Productivity
  • Shouldn't we just have fun?
  • The Afters
  • The Myth of Multitasking
  • Oasis (Refreshment)
  • Think too big
  • Bessie the cow
  • Rediscover
  • What do you do for fun
  • Restore recess?
  • Focus
  • Work-Life Balance
  • Desert
  • Culture of Wish
  • Mindset of Hard Work
  • Study of Mice and Dopamine
  • Social Media and Oasis
  • Survey of Children
  • What can I do for fun?
  • What age did you stop having recess?
  • Kiva.org
  • Culture of WIN
  • Oasis (Self and Family)
  • Father's passing
  • Break times
  • Struggles
  • The Bucket List
  • Snapshot of the Day
  • Date night (weekly)
  • Child's date night
  • Men & Work
  • Permission to play
  • Guilt
  • Work-Life Balance
  • The 3-Legged Stool
  • 35 Hour Work Week
BOOK: The Power of Having Fun CONNECT with Dave Crenshaw: DaveCrenshaw.com "Somewhere along the line, someone stole recess from us." ~ Dave Crenshaw

 

Quotes and statements within the interview:

"Spend strategic schedule time for a break."

"Most people think too big!"

"Rediscover what you used to do for fun."

"What matters most is what you define as meaningful."

"There's no separation, commute, or barrier between work and being at home."

"The reality is, we are in control of our own happiness with work, whatever that work is."

"A desert is an extended period of time of deprivation and/or chaos as defined by you."

"The average age in which people begin to not like work is 35."

"The Culture of Wish - all of this will be worth it someday hopefully."

"You need to have little tidbits of fun."

"Dopamine is the chemical that your body naturally creates."

"You need to take these moments. It's not a get to for good behavior. It's not something you deserve. It's something you require."

"The Culture of Win - Worth It Now!"

"Every single day you should have an oasis."

"I'm a big fan of hard work."

"If you take those fun breaks, you will get it done more, and you'll get it done faster. And that's the paradox of the power of having fun."

"This one act of just consistent time together radically changes marriages."

"We will be more successful because we do it."

"So many people feel guilty when they're having fun."

"There's no reason to put it off."

"When you have all three of those working together, that's where you really begin to experience the power of the culture of win."

"We are allowing it (technology) to constantly pepper us with interruptions, with information here, there, and everywhere."

Where do you start?
  • Permission
  • Discover
  • Schedule

"If you take the time to take it in and to enjoy it, and to acknowledge what's happening; then you're strengthening those neuropathways and it's making your desire and your ability to achieve success even greater."

 

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Jul 26 2018 · 51mins
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056 | Unveiling The Myth Of Multitasking With Dave Crenshaw

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In this episode, I sit down with productive leadership author and speaker, Dave Crenshaw, as he walks us through his previous struggles with ADHD, productivity, organization, and time management. We go on to discuss the inherent problem with multitasking, how to tell if you’re suffering from Short Attention Span Syndrome, and the effect of multitasking on the amount of work you get done, the quality of your work, and your stress level.

Dave also offers his best advice for content creation, explains why writer’s block is just an excuse, and reveals what you’re really admitting when you say you’re a good multitasker.

This was an awesome discussion with Dave I hope you enjoy. Now let’s jump right in and get to the straight talk!

What You’ll Discover In This Episode:

✔️ The Great Paradox Of Multitasking

✔️ The Effects Of Multitasking On Your Relationships, Work, And Stress

✔️ How To Recognize When You’re Working In An Inefficient Manner

✔️ Ways “Iron Butt Time” Can Work For You

✔️ So Much More!

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Jun 04 2018 · 33mins
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#18 - Dave Crenshaw - The Myth of Multitasking

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A highly sought-after author, speaker, and business coach, Dave Crenshaw is the master of building productive leaders. Crenshaw received his degree in Business Management-Entrepreneurship from the Marriott School at Brigham Young University, one of the nation’s top Entrepreneur programs. Dave was mentored and taught by many business leaders, including Larry H. Miller, former owner of the Utah Jazz NBA basketball franchise. He began his coaching career in 1998 as the youngest independent consultant for one of the world’s largest business coaching firms. If you struggle at all with productiveness or time management, this is the podcast for you.
Jan 15 2018 · 29mins
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