I’ve got another Dojo member on the podcast (Harry Ng), this time with his business partner to talk about a new productivity app that he developed called Sorted. It’s got a unique calendar-based approach to task management. Click here for all the details.
My latest module for ScreenCastsOnline is live! This one is on Shortcuts for iOS. This is a shorter tutorial (~35m), so if you’re looking for a deep dive on Shortcuts you may want to check out MacSparky’s guide instead. But if you’re looking for a quick intro to what Shortcuts can do, click here to find out.
Mise-en-place! Joe and I talk about what we can learn about productivity from the world of chefs. This book is a little different than most of the books we read for Bookworm, and was a fun read. Click here to hear our conversation.
David and I talk about the role mise-en-place (“everything in it’s place”) has in free agency. We also discuss David’s sabbatical plans and my coworking dilemma. Click here to listen in.
Sleep is an important topic for me. In this episode, Thanh and I talk about the mechanics and the science of sleep and give several strategies to help you sleep better and wake up well rested. Click here if you’re tired of being tired.
I met Seran McCabe as the seanwes conference a couple of years ago, and have been following him ever since. In this episode, he shares his own battles with burnout, and convinces David to try a sabbatical. Click here to give it a listen.
Chris Bailey is one seriously smart dude. I was thrilled to have him on The Productivity Show to talk about his new book, Hyperfocus. It’s a great book, and this is a fun conversation. Click here to listen in.