Perfect Time-Based Productivity, Part One, with Francis Wade

This week on ProductivityCast, we have a two-part series being released to discuss Francis Wade’s second edition of his book, Perfect Time-Based Productivity! In this cast, Francis explains the development of personal productivity systems in early life and how time demands can better help you identify how to spend your time wisely.

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In this Cast

Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

Art Gelwicks

Francis Wade

Show Notes | Perfect Time-based Productivity, Part One

Resources we mention, including links to them, will be provided here. Please listen to the episode for context.

Getting Things Done by David Allen

SkedPal

Kaizen

Stickk

Perfect Time-Based Productivity: How to rescue your peace of mind as time demands increase (Second Edition) by Francis Wade (Amazon)

Perfect Time-Based Productivity – A unique way to protect your peace of mind as time demands increase (book website)

Fixed versus growth mindsetMindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck, PhD

Discussion of Mindset at Productivity Book Group

Howard Gardner, multiple intelligences and education – infed.org

Multiple intelligences

The Age-by-Age Guide to Teaching Kids Time Management

Zwift

Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning by Peter C. Brown, et al.

Make It Stick – Productivity Book Group

Change management

Evernote

OneNote

Notion.so

Productive Failure in Learning the Concept of Variance 

The 12 Important Life Skills I Wish I’d Learned In School 

Last Chance U

Micro-goal setting

Raw Text Transcript | Perfect Time-based Productivity, Part One

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