Justin discusses Cal Newport’s book Digital Minimalism and how it impacts personal productivity.
Community member @BrianP has a question we dive into this week: how do you best pick your daily most important tasks?
Justin discusses how we productivity enthusiasts (including himself) can verge on the line of being over-productive and some strategies to avoid it.
Justin gives up on Scrum for OmniFocus, abandons his pursuit of a more full reference system, and gives an update on his struggles with margin.
Justin discusses four main strategies to consider when approaching building a productivity system in the corporate world.
Justin shares some strategies managers (and corporate employees) may find useful for their productivity systems in the corporate world.
Justin wrestles with how to implement margin and discusses some of the ideas he’s reviewed to do better to implement it in his life.
This is our first check-in episode. Justin is making progress on his goals, hasn’t really figured out what he wants to do with Evernote, and doesn’t really seem to use his task manager.
Justin explores the definition of productivity, how it needs to change, and what we can do to better define productivity for ourselves (hint: it has to do with our definition of success).
Our very first episode! Justin shares what you can expect from this podcast, how he got into personal productivity, and some of his favorite apps and books.