One of the things I love about working with Asian Efficiency is meeting some really cool people. Josh is one of those. I really enjoyed this conversation about systems thinking. Click here to hear Josh explain how you can work less and make more.
This episode has been a. Long time coming. I’ve been doing a “personal retreat” the last couple quarters, and in this episode I share the process I use to focus on and accomplish my goals. Click here For all the details.
I recently went through some Story Brand training which helped me to understand one of the big problems that Productivity Show listeners struggle with is overwhelm. In this episode, Brooks and I share a simple 4-step framework you can use the next time you feel stressed out from having too much to do and not enough time to do it in.Click here If you get overwhelmed and need a little headspace once in a while.
My buddy Curtis McHale is back on the podcast to talk about timeblocking. This is a subject that it close to my heart, as timeblocking is something I do every day. Click here to learn how having an intentional plan for how you will spend your day can make you MUCH more productive.
200 episodes! Honestly didn’t see us getting this far. To celebrate, we share the process that we use internally at Asian Efficiency to set and achieve our quarterly goals. Click here if you’ve ever been interested in the 12 Week Year.
It was a thrill to have David Sparks join me on The Productivity Show to talk about iPhone productivity. I learned a ton just from prepping for this one. If you haven’t bought his iPhone Field Guide yet, this episode will probably convince you to pull the trigger.
I’m a bit of nerd when it comes to calendar management. This episode talks about the 3-step process I use to plan my week, some of the calendars I use personally, and even talks about the things that shouldn’t be on your calendar. Click here if you’re a calendar geek like me.