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.
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.
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.
In the last episode, Brooks and I gave a begineer’s guide to mindfulness meditation. This time we continue the discussion with a conversation about the common enemies of mindfulness and how you can defeat them. Click here to give it a listen.
Working remotely has benefits, but it also poses several challenges. In this episode, Marmel joins me to talk about how we use in-person meetups stragically to keep our team connected and on track. Click here for all the details.
Mindfulness meditation is one of those things that seems to come up over and over in the productivity space. But it can be a little intimidating for a newbie. In this episode, Brooks and I explain how to get started with mindfulness meditation and explain some of the benefits of making it a habit. Click here if you’ve always been curious about meditation but had trouble getting it to work for you.
Curtis is one of the super-smart people I’ve met inside the Asian Efficiency Dojo, and in this episode he comes on the podcast to talk about his new focus course for Dojo members and his book which is now available on Amazon. Click here if you wish you had more time to focus on your big project.