057 Productivity Potpourri Premiere Edition - ProductivityCast

057 Productivity Potpourri, Premiere Edition

What we did this week is unusual for us, but we hope this works out to be a good format for an ongoing series on the podcast. Each of us proposed an independent topic, a productivity potpourri if you will, and we asked it of the other ProductivityCast teammates. We all went round robin and answered and discussed these topics. And hopefully we get into a place where we realize, some of these topics could be its own episode with your feedback…so let us know in the comments.

In this cast, we discuss these questions/topics from the ProductivityCast team:

  • Art: If you had one piece of advice to give someone to get started on being more productive what would it be and why?
  • Augusto: Importance to creating small changes to produce big impacts.
  • Francis: How do you get better (i.e. more productive) over a career that spans decades?
  • Ray: There are a plethora of tools out there today. How do you connect your various personal productivity tools to have an integrated management system?

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Enjoy! Give us feedback! And, thanks for listening!

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In this Cast | Productivity Potpourri, Premiere Edition

Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

Art Gelwicks

Francis Wade

Show Notes | Productivity Potpourri, Premiere Edition

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The Goal: A Process of Ongoing Improvement by Eliyahu M. Goldratt and Jeff Cox

Raw Text Transcript | Productivity Potpourri, Premiere Edition

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