Pods We Love ❤️🎧
Hi there, it’s Naomi, creator of Mind Your Bite, a weekly newsletter sharing tips & tools to help creators work less and create more. I was super stoked when Riva reached out to me a few weeks ago and asked if I could share some of my favorite podcasts with his readers at Podmmunity. So here’s my top picks of 5 podcasts on productivity to help you stay ahead of the game. Enjoy!
Life is not about getting a 4.0 GPA. You don't need to score high in all areas in life. In fact, it's impossible to achieve anything if you give everything equal attention. You must focus on one thing and let the rest go, a.k.a. Stop optimizing for balance. Go all in! This will give you the extreme focus to get the job done while significantly enhancing your life fulfillment. Dive deeper.
Pod Prop: Overcome Overwhelm The 2-minute listen to quickly supercharge your productivity. Being overwhelmed can be an opportunity for you to reassess your commitment: “Why did you sign up for so much in the first place?”. Here’s the 4-step to stop feeling overwhelmed: 1. Smart small. 2. Understand the problem. 3. Know how progress can be made. 4. Correct along the way. Stop thinking about situations outside of your control. Instead, think of small things you can do today that can make a huge impact in your life. Dive deeper
In this engaging interview about his latest book, Nir Eyal explained what it means to be indistractable, the psychology behind distraction, as well as foolproof tips to hack email and phone for immense productivity. A powerful podcast episode to gain back control in your life. Dive deeper
Cal Newport, author of the best-selling book Digital Minimalist shares research-based, proven techniques to help you cut back on the noise and achieve more with less. Here’s 3 crucial things you will learn: 1. Clutter is costly — it has a negative effect on your energy and prevents you from doing the important thing; 2. Using less is not enough, you must know how and when to use these tools; 3. Rebuild the life you want by first wiping your digital life clean — commit to 30 day no social, or email, then you can put back the thing that you really need. Don't add a new tool to your life unless it's extremely important or massively benefiting what you do. Dive deeper.
Joe Ferraro interviewed Anni Duke about her best-selling book on how to make better decisions in big and small things in life. Here’s a big take-away: People waste time on decisions not only for fear of the unknown but also because they mistake the choosing process as a meaningful journey. For example, they may say “I enjoy browsing Netflix for movies because it’s fun”. Really? What is more fun to you: Watching a movie or picking films? If you want to waste less time on decisions, always refer to your values and goals. Dive deeper.
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