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Beyond the To-Do List

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Learn how to choose the right projects, tasks, and goals in work and life. Go Beyond the To-Do List! This show will help you do that with conversations with the people behind the productivity. We talk with people on all aspects of productivity, including getting the right work done, getting good work done, and the true end goal of productivity: living a meaningful life. Erik Fisher talks with real people who practically implement productivity strategies in their professional and personal lives. You'll be refreshed and inspired after hearing how others fail and succeed at daily productivity and be inspired and instructed on how to move forward yourself.

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Learn how to choose the right projects, tasks, and goals in work and life. Go Beyond the To-Do List! This show will help you do that with conversations with the people behind the productivity. We talk with people on all aspects of productivity, including getting the right work done, getting good work done, and the true end goal of productivity: living a meaningful life. Erik Fisher talks with real people who practically implement productivity strategies in their professional and personal lives. You'll be refreshed and inspired after hearing how others fail and succeed at daily productivity and be inspired and instructed on how to move forward yourself.

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So many takeaways!

By Stephanie Mc. - Jan 14 2020
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I dare you not to learn something from each and every podcast. Love this podcast!

Can’t live without it!

By cris_educoach - Nov 25 2019
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This is one of my favorite podcasts ever!! I always have an outcome of every episode !!

iTunes Ratings

694 Ratings
Average Ratings
528
63
37
23
43

So many takeaways!

By Stephanie Mc. - Jan 14 2020
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I dare you not to learn something from each and every podcast. Love this podcast!

Can’t live without it!

By cris_educoach - Nov 25 2019
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This is one of my favorite podcasts ever!! I always have an outcome of every episode !!
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Beyond the To-Do List

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Learn how to choose the right projects, tasks, and goals in work and life. Go Beyond the To-Do List! This show will help you do that with conversations with the people behind the productivity. We talk with people on all aspects of productivity, including getting the right work done, getting good work done, and the true end goal of productivity: living a meaningful life. Erik Fisher talks with real people who practically implement productivity strategies in their professional and personal lives. You'll be refreshed and inspired after hearing how others fail and succeed at daily productivity and be inspired and instructed on how to move forward yourself.

Rank #1: Episode 43: What Successful People Do: before breakfast, at work, and on the weekend with Laura Vanderkam – BTTDL043

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Laura Vanderkam is a nationally recognized writer who questions the status quo and helps her readers rediscover their true passions and beliefs in pursuit of more meaningful lives. Laura is the author of 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think, What Successful People Do Before Breakfast, What Successful People Do on the Weekend, and What People Do at Work, now all out in paperback compilation form.

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The first step to a makeover of your time is to keep track of how you are spending their time. - @LVanderkamClick To Tweet
Mornings don’t occur in isolation. What we do in our mornings has an effect on the rest of the day. - @LVanderkamClick To Tweet
You’re not going to get out of bed early for something that you don’t want to do. - @LVanderkamClick To Tweet
Every time we think we’re multitasking, we’re just inefficiently mono-tasking. - @LVanderkamClick To Tweet
When we’re doing work that we find important and meaningful our inboxes are naturally less attractive. - @LVanderkamClick To Tweet

  • Ask yourself: “What would make this a great work day? At the end of the day, what would you have liked to have changed in the world that would have made it worth showing up?”
  • Part of embracing the mindset of mono-tasking is being being careful about our time. It’s about understanding that you want to do things that matter. If you’re finding that you want to do others things than what you are doing,  it may be that what you are doing isn’t important to you.

Make sure to tweet to Laura thanking her for what you learn from this episode.

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Aug 25 2013

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Rank #2: Episode 168: Focus: Cal Newport on Distractions, Focus and Deep Work – BTTDL169

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Cal Newport is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Georgetown University, and the author most recently of Deep Work, a book which argues that focus is the new I.Q. in the modern workplace, and So Good They Can’t Ignore You, a book which debunks the long-held belief that “follow your passion” is good advice.

In addition to studying the theoretical foundations of our digital age as a professor, Newport also writes about the impact of these technologies on the world of work.

Make sure to check out Brett Kelly’s Evernote Essentials as a tool Erik uses for deep work.

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Apr 12 2017

54mins

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Rank #3: Episode 131: Procrastination: Chris Bailey on Time, Focus and the Rule of Three – BTTDL132

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Chris Bailey turned down lucrative job offers to pursue a lifelong dream—to spend a year performing a deep dive experiment into the pursuit of productivity, a subject he had been enamored with since he was a teenager. After obtaining his business degree, he created a blog to chronicle a year-long series of productivity experiments he conducted on himself, where he also continued his research and interviews with some of the world’s foremost experts, from Charles Duhigg to David Allen. This is his 2nd time on the show. Listen to his 1st episode here.

The Productivity Project—and the lessons Chris learned—are the result of that year-long journey. Among the counterintuitive insights Chris Bailey will teach you:
·         slowing down to work more deliberately;
·         shrinking or eliminating the unimportant;
·         the rule of three;
·         striving for imperfection;
·         scheduling less time for important tasks;
·         the 20 second rule to distract yourself from the inevitable distractions;
·         and the concept of productive procrastination.

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Apr 12 2016

52mins

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Rank #4: Episode 226: Routines: Benjamin Spall on Morning Routines, Evening Routines and Habits – BTTDL227

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Benjamin Spall is a writer and the founding editor of the website My Morning Routine, with co-founder Michael Xander. Their book of the same name is out now: My Morning Routine – How Successful People Start Every Day Inspired.

In this episode Benjamin and Erik discuss creating a morning routine that works for you, how an evening routine helps with a morning routine and some of the most common components successful people include in their routines.

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Jun 13 2018

45mins

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Rank #5: Michael Hyatt shares the importance of morning routines and scheduling and journaling

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This week I’m joined by Michael HyattNew York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author of Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World. He is also the former Chairman and CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishers, the seventh largest trade book publishing company in the U.S. He is also a very influential blogger at MichaelHyatt.com, and podcaster with his show This Is Your Life.

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What gets scheduled is what gets done. - @MichaelHyattClick To Tweet

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Sep 04 2012

32mins

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Rank #6: Episode 193: Action: Gregg Krech on Procrastination, Momentum and Taking Action – BTTDL194

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Gregg Krech is an author, poet, and one of the leading authorities on Japanese Psychology in North America. His work has been featured in THE SUN magazine, Tricycle, SELF, Utne Reader, Counseling Today, Cosmopolitan and Experience Life.
Krech and his wife Linda are the founders of The ToDo Institute, a non-profit center in Vermont that uses Japanese Psychology as an alternative to traditional Western approaches to psychology. Over the past 25 years, Krech has introduced Japanese Psychology, particularly Naikan Therapy, Morita Therapy and Kaizen, to thousands of people through his workshops and online courses.
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Oct 02 2017

44mins

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Rank #7: Health: Health Hacks with Nathalie Beauchamp

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Dr. Nathalie Beauchamp is a chiropractor, a former professional natural figure/bodybuilder, a wellness consultant. Her mission is to empower people to take control of their health and lead happy and productive lives.

As a natural and holistic health care practitioner, she recognize that there isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution for health. Her new book is Hack Your Health Habits: Simple, Action-Driven, Natural Health Solutions For People On The Go!

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Feb 28 2019

37mins

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Rank #8: Episode 127: Attention: Ryan McRae on Focus, Procrastination and Productivity with ADHD – BTTDL128

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Ryan McRae has had Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder all of his life, but he wasn’t going to let ADHD run him down. He has worked to figure out how to take all the benefits and cancel out all the drawbacks. Discover what Ryan has found to help you or someone you know get better focus, procrastinate less and thrive in productivity, even if you don’t have ADHD.

Erik uses Nozbe to focus on the tasks at hand as well. Make sure to grab your free 30 day Trial of Nozbe Pro, and shoot Erik a message if you’d like his Morning Routine Template after you grab that trial!

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Mar 07 2016

51mins

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Rank #9: Episode 182: Goals: Jon Acuff on Finishing, Fighting Perfectionism and Completing Your Goals – BTTDL183

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Jon Acuff is the New York Times Bestselling author of six books including his most recent, Finish: Give Yourself the Gift of Done. This is Jon’s third appearance on the show.
For 19 years he’s helped some of the biggest brands in the world tell their story, including The Home Depot, Bose, Staples, and the Dave Ramsey Team. Most recently he’s spoken to hundreds of thousands of people at conferences, colleges, companies and churches.
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Jul 31 2017

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Rank #10: Episode 115: Energy: Jeff Sanders on Time, Energy and Equilibrium Zero – BTTDL116

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Jeff Sanders is a productivity coach, personal development junky, and avid trail runner. Jeff writes and speaks through his blog and podcast about healthy habits, personal development, high energy, and rockin’ productivity.

This is Jeff’s second appearance on the show, and you can listen to his first appearance here.

Make sure to grab Jeff’s new book: The 5am Miracle

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Nov 17 2015

55mins

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Rank #11: Mornings: Claire Diaz-Ortiz on starting your morning out right and The Present Principle

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Claire Diaz-Ortiz leads social innovation at Twitter, where she has worked since 2009. She wrote Twitter for Good: Change the World one Tweet at a Time and is a frequent international speaker on social media, leadership, and social change and is known for developing the TWEET model — a framework to help organizations and individuals best excel on Twitter.

Claire began using Twitter in 2006 while living in a Christian orphanage in Kenya. Claire holds an MBA and other degrees from Stanford and Oxford, and is the co-founder of Hope Runs, a non-profit organization operating in AIDS orphanages in Kenya.

Claire was named one of the 100 Most Creative People in Business by Fast Company and made the Fast Company list of the Ten Most Generous in Social Media.

Covered in this episode:

It's one thing to figure out individual productivity, and another to fit that into an organizational setting. - @ClaireClick To Tweet

Follow and connect with Claire on her website, as well as Twitter

Nov 21 2012

39mins

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Rank #12: Episode 118: Email: Mike Vardy, Steve Dotto and Erik Fisher talk about Email productivity and Inbox Zero – BTTDL119

Dec 07 2015

1hr 3mins

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Rank #14: Episode 190: Focus: Michael Hyatt on Energy, Clarity and Focus – BTTDL191

Sep 13 2017

55mins

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Rank #15: Leadership: Jeremie Kubicek on Becoming a Leader Worth Following

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Jeremie Kubicek specializes in getting leaders to a higher level through his speaking, consulting and books. He takes complex concepts and adapts them into powerful tools that are practical and scalable. Jeremie speaks worldwide to audiences of all sizes across various industries and sectors.

In this conversation Jeremie and Erik talk about his new book is The 100X Leader – How To Become A Person W0rth Following.

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Mar 19 2019

39mins

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Rank #16: Mark Malkoff on work ethic and workflows

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Mark Malkoff is a comedian, writer, and filmmaker who formerly worked for Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report.

His most famous exploits are:

  • Visited all 171 Starbucks franchises in Manhattan in a single day. http://youtu.be/CwYxuV2dVzw
  • Moved into an IKEA store in Paramus, New Jersey for a week as his apartment was fumigated. http://youtu.be/z3S5s3EITcQ
  • Lived on an AirTran jet for 30 days in order to conquer his fear of flying. After completing this endeavor, he broke the Guinness World Record for most flights taken in a 30-day period with 135 flight segments. http://youtu.be/-f4sjKueSKs
  • Traveled for four weeks in a Ford Fusion Hybrid around the country seeing how many U.S. mayors he could get to present him their key to the city. http://youtu.be/b0o1vGn1HwU
  • Was physically carried 9.4 miles in Manhattan by 155 individuals. http://youtu.be/Gi4ClspNrNs
  • Raced a crosstown Manhattan bus while riding a Big Wheel tricycle to point out how slow the busses in New York are. http://youtu.be/uv916r2UcaU
  • Tried to be thrown out of a Manhattan Apple Store, including having a pizza delivered, bringing in a band to play live music, bring in a pet goat, and trying to have a quiet candle-lit dinner with his wife. http://youtu.be/Bo2p82aTQzo
  • Tested the limits of Netflix by watching as many movies as he could in one month. During the month, he watched 252 movies from opening to ending credits. For being the heaviest Netflix user that month, Malkoff was invited to Netflix Headquarters where he met Reed Hastings, CEO of Netflix. http://youtu.be/eoMpEddA5Vo

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Sep 11 2012

50mins

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Rank #17: Focus: Michael Hyatt on Achieving the Freedom to Focus and Eliminating Distractions Through Digital Minimalism

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Michael Hyatt is the founder and CEO of Michael Hyatt & Company and no stranger to this podcast! His newest book is 'Free to Focus: A Total Productivity System to Achieve More by Doing Less'.

In this conversation Michael and Erik discuss what the Freedom to Focus is, getting into 'The Desire Zone' and how Michael applied Cal Newport's new book Digital Minimalism to eliminate distractions from his smartphone.

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Apr 11 2019

44mins

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Rank #18: Episode 137: Peak Productivity: Charles Duhigg on becoming Smarter, Faster and Better – BTTDL138

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Jun 18 2016

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Rank #19: Episode 96: Habits: Charles Duhigg on how habits are formed and changed – BTTDL097

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Charles Duhigg is a Pulitzer prize-winning reporter at the New York Times and author of The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business, which has sold over 2 million copies worldwide and spent over 90 weeks on New York Times’ best seller lists.

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Apr 21 2015

25mins

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Rank #20: Episode 206: Self-Awareness: Ian Cron on Overcoming Productivity Hurdles of The nine Enneagram Types – BTTDL207

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Ian Morgan Cron is a bestselling author, Enneagram teacher, nationally recognized speaker, psychotherapist, and Episcopal priest. In his new book The Road Back to You, Ian presents an approachable and practical path to access the wisdom of the Enneagram.

This is Ian’s second time on the show. You can listen to that episode here. In this episode, Erik and Ian go through all nine types in the Enneagram and look at the productivity hangups that those types each have, and how they can overcome them.

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Jan 01 2018

51mins

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Amber De La Garza on Productivity for Business Owners

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Amber De La Garza works with business owners who are ready to transform the way they work so they can reduce stress, maximize time, and grow their business. She is also the host of the Productivity Straight Talk Podcast.

In this conversation, Amber talks with Erik about putting your best time towards your best activities and the four buckets every business owner needs to be filling.

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Brain.fm
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Jan 21 2020

49mins

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Bonus: The Next Big Idea by Wondery

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What would you do with an extra $1,000 of FREE MONEY every single month? Would you start a savings account for retirement? Would you go back and finish your degree? Or would you just spend it on your dream vacation? We explore this- and other ideas- on The Next Big Idea Podcast. Listen to Wondery’s The Next Big Idea at wondery.fm/TheNextBigIdea3

Jan 21 2020

8mins

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Donald Miller on How the Principles of a Good Story Can Lead to a Meaningful Life

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Donald Miller is all about story. He is the author of several books, including multiple New York Times Best Sellers. After studying story for years and successfully using the elements of story to engage customers, Don created StoryBrand, a process any business owner or marketing team can go through to create a communication script that will increase sales. In this conversation Donald talks with Erik about how the principles of a good story can lead to a meaningful life.

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Jan 14 2020

29mins

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Rob Bell on Being Present in the Here and Now Through Rhythms, Routines, Rituals, and Sabbath

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Rob Bell is a New York Times bestselling author and top Podcaster. He’s been profiled in The New Yorker, he’s toured with Oprah on her Life You Want Tour, and in 2011 Time Magazine named him one of the 100 Most Influential People In The World.

In this conversation, Rob and Erik talk about Rob's book Be Here Now and how to gain the proper perspective and awareness of ‘being here now’ through practicing rituals, routines, rhythms and taking a sabbath.

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Textexpander
Metpro

Jan 07 2020

37mins

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Ryan McRae on Setting and Keeping New Years Resolutions

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Ryan McRae has had Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder all of his life, but he wasn’t going to let ADHD run him down. He has worked to figure out how to take all the benefits and cancel out all the drawbacks.

Ryan has been on the show previously to talk about ADHD, But in this conversation he and Erik talk about Setting resolitions and sticking to them.

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Dec 31 2019

45mins

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Ryan McRae on Hygge, Pacing and Rest

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Ryan McRae has had Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder all of his life, but he wasn’t going to let ADHD run him down. He has worked to figure out how to take all the benefits and cancel out all the drawbacks.

Ryan has been on the show previously to talk about ADHD, But in this conversation he and Erik talk about Hygge, Pacing and Rest.

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Dec 24 2019

34mins

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Daniel Clark on Using Music for Better Focus, Relaxation, Sleep and Meditation

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Daniel Clark is the CEO of Brain.fm. Brain.fm makes music to help you do what you need to do, better. The company uses a patented AI engine to generate music backed by scientific research to help listeners focus, relax, and sleep. While “normal,” everyday music is primarily made to sound good and evoke feelings, Brain.fm works with a team of music composers backed by PhD-led scientific research to engineer music specifically designed to enhance these states within minutes of use.

Daniel also made an offer to all listeners of this show: Try it out FREE AND get 20% off your first year!

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Dec 17 2019

50mins

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Joel Comm on the Formula for Making Work Fun

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Joel Comm is an entrepreneur, NY Times bestselling author, and new media innovator. Joel is a sought-after public speaker who leaves his audience inspired, entertained, and armed with strategic tools to create a new media campaign that will explode their business. Joel's latest book is 'The Fun Formula: How Curiosity, Risk-Taking, and Serendipity Can Revolutionize How You Work'.

In this conversation Joel and Erik talk about The Fun Formula and how to Change your perspective on work.

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Dec 10 2019

51mins

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Jonathan Levi on Learning, Speed Reading and Memory Palaces

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Jonathan Levi grew up struggling with learning disabilities, low self esteem, bullying, and severe depression. Today he helps others as an author (The Only Skill that Matters: The Proven Methodology to Read Faster, Remember More, and Become a SuperLearner) and podcaster (THE SUPERHUMAN
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) to overcome their personal battles & become the person they dream of being.

In this episode Jonathan talks about learning, speed reading, memory improvement and memory palaces.

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Dec 03 2019

48mins

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Eric Zimmer on Mindfulness, Meditation and Momentum

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Eric Zimmer is a behavior coach, podcast host, and author inspired by the quest for a greater understanding of how our minds work and how to intentionally create the lives we want to live. Eric is the host of 'The One You Feed'. The show features conversations with experts across many fields of study about how to create a life that has less suffering and more fulfillment and meaning.

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Nov 26 2019

52mins

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Michael Dietrich-Chastain on Reducing Stress, Accomplishing Goals, and Mastering Adaptability

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Michael Dietrich-Chastain is a psychotherapist, an executive coach, and an organizational consultant at his firm Arc Integrated. He is also the author of the book CHANGES: The Busy Professional’s Guide to Reducing Stress, Accomplishing Goals, and Mastering Adaptability.

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Nov 19 2019

47mins

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Craig Jarrow on Time Management Ninja Tools for Productivity

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Craig Jarrow is the author of Time Management Ninja. The mission of his site is to help individuals and companies reclaim their time. His new book is Time Management Ninja: 21 Rules for More Time and Less Stress in Your Life.

In this episode Craig talks with Erik about the productivity tools to make more time and get rid of stress

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Nov 12 2019

1hr 5mins

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Megan McNealy on Achieving Optimal Productivity Through Well-being

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Megan McNealy has devoted her career to helping others achieve their highest potential-- by helping clients attain financial freedom through her Wealth Management career, and by helping readers and audiences master total well-being through her impactful work as a Well-Being and Success thought leader.

In Reinvent the Wheel, McNealy takes on the mistaken belief, pervasive in our workplaces, that doing well is more important than being well. In executive summary style, with to-the-point research combined with poignant stories, McNealy shows that well-being, in fact, drives, promotes and accelerates success.

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Nov 05 2019

50mins

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Charlie Gilkey on How to Start Finishing Projects in Your Life and Go From 'Idea' to Done!

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Charlie Gilkey is the founder of Productive Flourishing, a website that helps changemakers (creatives, leaders, and entrepreneurs) start finishing the stuff that matters. Productive Flourishing is routinely placed in the Top 50 websites for planning, productivity, creativity, and team development for creative folk.

Charlie's new book Start Finishing presents a 9-step method for converting an idea into a project by addressing the challenges you'll face and getting the project on a reality-based schedule.

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Metpro
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Oct 29 2019

58mins

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John Meese on NOT using Social Media For Business or Personal Use

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John Meese helps leaders build an online audience around their message as the Dean of Platform University, and helps entrepreneurs systemize success so that they can get more results from less effort on his personal blog.

In this conversation John and Erik talk about:

  • Why John doesn't have any social media accounts
  • The thought process he and his wife went through to leave social media
  • The personal and professional benefits of not using social media
  • Why John doesn't have internet at his home!

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Oct 22 2019

49mins

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Stanley Robertson on Why Quitting is the Last Principle of Success

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Dr. Stanley G. Robertson is the author of the book 'Quit: The Last Principle of Success'. In this conversation, Stanley and Erik discuss:

  • The stigma of quitting
  • The steps of qutting well
  • Bad reasons to quit things
  • Why our brain can't let it go

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Oct 15 2019

55mins

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Tim Campos on Overcoming the Productivity Pitfalls of the Calendar

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Tim Campos is former Chief Information Officer at Facebook, and is now the co-founder and CEO of Woven. The Woven calendar app makes shared scheduling much easier, a first step along the way to better managing your time. The app pulls together every stage of the calendar lifecycle – planning, scheduling, preparation, meeting, and follow-up – and puts it into a smart, cohesive view.

In this conversation Tim talks with Erik about overcoming the productivity pitfalls of the Calendar.

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Oct 07 2019

52mins

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Testing: David Hauser on Experimenting for Optimal Diet, Physical Activity, Sleep and More

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David Hauser is a serial entrepreneur who launched several companies before he began high school. David spent his youth working more than one hundred hours a week, until he realized the toll it was taking on his mind, body, and life. After failing to see results from conventional wisdom, he decided to do what he does best: innovate. His unique journey to wellness has helped him realize his life's purpose of empowering others to optimize their own lives by reclaiming their health.

David's new book is Unstoppable - 4 Steps to Transform Your Life in which he provides an open structure that encourages you to experiment with all the factors that contribute to wellness—from nutrition and exercise, to sleep, yoga, meditation, productivity, and more.

In this conversation David talks with Erik about the different experiments and tests he went through to compile his findings for the book.

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Oct 01 2019

45mins

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Tonya Dalton on the Joy of Missing Out, Overcoming Overwhelm and Taking Ownership

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Tonya Dalton is the host of the Productivity Paradox Podcast, a show with actionable strategies & exercises to help you create a life centered around your own personal priorities. Her new book is The Joy of Missing Out: Live More by Doing Less.

In this conversation Tonya and Erik talk about what the "Joy of Missing Out" is, overcoming overwhelm and taking ownership.

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Sep 27 2019

54mins

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Ryan Hanley on Making and Overcoming Excuses and Blocking Time for Margin to Be Creative

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Ryan Hanley is the CEO at Metabolic, a unique fitness program centered around Metabolic Training, or “strength training at a pace”; the ultimate blend of strength and cardio. He was previously a content marketing writer, speaker, and consultant specializing in the insurance industry.

In this conversation Ryan and Erik talk about why we make excuses, how to overcome them, moving past expecting instant results, scheduling margin for creativer work and more.

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Sep 17 2019

53mins

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iTunes Ratings

694 Ratings
Average Ratings
528
63
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43

So many takeaways!

By Stephanie Mc. - Jan 14 2020
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I dare you not to learn something from each and every podcast. Love this podcast!

Can’t live without it!

By cris_educoach - Nov 25 2019
Read more
This is one of my favorite podcasts ever!! I always have an outcome of every episode !!