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This episode is all about how to Keep Momentum Going, no matter what time of year it is. Maybe you have goals or resolutions, or maybe you haven’t made them yet and are just taking what comes. Either way now is the time when many of us start to lose momentum, no matter how good our intentions were at the end of the year. Do any of the following app…
 
In today’s episode, we’re going to be diving into the world of Personal Knowledge Management This is a topic that is super-hot right now, and linked editing tools like Obsidian, Roam, and others are having an impact in a way that I haven’t seen since the early Evernote days. There’s definitely something big going on here, and we’ve wanted to do an …
 
Today we are going to talk about something that has been in the news a LOT this year and will likely impact most of us in the year ahead: issues with the global and local supply chain. You might have experienced that prices are going up, packages are delayed, and stuff you want to buy is backlogged by months or even out of stock. Whether you’re a b…
 
In today’s episode, we’re going to be talking about productivity and procrastination, but with a special focus on STUDENTS. 90% of students procrastinate, but the reasons are very different than with adults. We’re going to dive into that, and we’re going to share some special strategies to help the students in your life manage their time, develop s…
 
In today’s episode, we’re going to share how to set boundaries and SAY NO. This is the last episode of 2021. If you could set one intention for this upcoming year, a great one is to say NO to more things to prevent yourself from being overcommitted. It’s hard for a lot of us – me (Brooks) included. Saying no is my productivity kryptonite. You find …
 
In today’s episode, we’re going to share how to get ready for next year. In our last episode, TPS382, we talked about how to review the past year, see how you did, and maybe come up with some changes you want to make for the next year. In THIS episode, we are going to connect that to the upcoming year. 1: What are the things you need to do to wrap …
 
Today’s episode is going to be a bit different. From time to time we do episodes about how we do things at AE, for two reasons: Going back to the early days of the blog in 2011 and the podcast in 2015, we get a LOT of questions about behind the scenes aspects of running AE We are always doing experiments to try to improve the company, be more produ…
 
Today’s episode is going to be slightly different than what you might be used to from us. This is Thanh Pham, the founder of Asian Efficiency. I was recently interviewed by Sachit Gupta, the host of the Conscious Creators Show: https://link.chtbl.com/thanh If that name sounds familiar, I actually interviewed Sachit on episode #348: https://www.asia…
 
In this episode, we are going to talk about Calendars, or more specifically doing a Calendar Cleanup. Any way you can get your Calendar in top shape will have an immediate impact today and going forward. There aren’t many productivity changes you can make that will do that! If your calendar has become cluttered with “not real”, out of date, or irre…
 
Today’s episode is going to be slightly different than what you might be used to from us. We’re always looking for ways to make the podcast better, more fun, and insightful. Every podcast episode is still actionable but the format might be different every now and then like today’s episode. We are going to talk about something that has been in the n…
 
In this episode, we are going to do our Annual Productivity Gift Guide. What do you give to someone who is into productivity? Or maybe you’d like to give them something that would help them out. This year, we are going to do something different. We are going to share some of our favorite productivity gifts from past shows, since those have stood th…
 
In this episode, we are going to talk about everyone’s favorite topic: Meetings. Believe it or not, there’s a way to make meetings less painful, and to even make them events that people WANT to attend (or at least don’t actively hate) If you run meetings, we’re going to give you tips to make them effective and a great use of everyone’s time. If you…
 
Apple released a new feature for iOS and macOS called Focus Mode to help you focus and customize your notifications for fewer distractions. In this episode, we’ll unpack this feature, how we use it and how you can use it to focus and get less distracted. Even if you don’t use an iPhone or Mac, we’ll also cover Windows and Android alternatives. If y…
 
A comment in a recent podcast recording Livestream made us realize that there’s this misconception that we are these notification-less monks, who have all of our devices on Do Not Disturb and never get notified about anything. This is not quite true – we actually embrace notifications and reminders! The only difference is that they need to do somet…
 
Even if many of us are back in the office, at least part-time (or never left), it is inevitable that so much of our day is spent in online meetings. We fire up our computer, connect to Zoom or Teams, sometimes for back-to-back calls! There are some things you can do to make your Zoom or Teams experience better, and some best practices to make the m…
 
We’ve all been there. You had a day that just went all wrong. Maybe you or someone else made a mistake, or some crisis came up and your day went totally downhill, or maybe you have some sort of habit you’re trying to keep (or break) and you backslid a bit. Maybe it was a healthy eating goal, or a fitness goal, a reading goal, or maybe you talked ov…
 
Every year at The Productivity Show we have an episode where we share our favorite productivity apps. This time we’re making it different by only highlighting the apps we don’t frequently talk about, but we absolutely love. We have six apps for you that are about to make you more productive and efficient. You can find links to everything that we sh…
 
The average person spends about 2.5 hours a day on prepping food, cooking, eating and drinking. That’s a lot of time and an opportunity to save time. Not only that, many of you struggle with eating healthy because it might be time consuming. You come home, you’re tired and not sure what to eat, so you order takeout or have food delivered to you. Us…
 
Over the years, we’ve done many podcast episodes about organization and decluttering, but we always get questions about one specific area: photos! We decided to call in an expert, so in this episode, I am joined by Isabelle Dervaux, a professional photo organizer and family photo curator. She has a background as an artist, is a regular speaker, and…
 
At Asian Efficiency we follow a project management philosophy called “Scrum”. You might have heard of it. It’s popular in the software industry but not so much outside of it which is a shame because it’s a powerful way of getting things done for teams. One of the elements of practicing Scrum is called a “Retrospective” and that’s what today’s topic…
 
Today I’m joined by Jeffrey Madoff, the founder of Madoff Productions, based in New York City. His company has produced commercials for brands such as Ralph Lauren, Victoria’s Secret, Tiffany, and other big name brands you’ve heard of. He also teaches a course on creativity at the Parsons School for Design, and that is also today’s topic for the po…
 
Have you ever wanted to work on a project after work, you knew what you needed to do, you had the time to do it….you come home and then….you crash. You were too tired to work on it and then moved it to another day, for it only to repeat this cycle again. This is a common problem people have. So today we want to give you three tips to help you have …
 
Nowadays, many of us have the option to work remotely and from home. This opens a whole new world of possibilities. What used to be reserved for digital nomads, people like you and me can now work from anywhere in the world and still get stuff done. That’s what we call a workation, you get work done while enjoying some vacation time too. In this ep…
 
In this episode I’m thrilled to welcome Valerie Recore – she’s a productivity specialist who works with overwhelmed and overcommitted moms. With a background in mental health and corporate training, she helps people who feel like they’re pulled into different directions. Even if you’re NOT an overcommitted mom, you’ll get a lot out of this episode …
 
Some of our favorite episodes are ones that come directly from listener feedback, and this episode is no exception – how has our productivity thinking evolved over the years? Are there any “productivity rules” we used to have, but we now do the opposite? What causes these changes, anyway? We’ll dive into all of it in today’s episode. Thanks to Sane…
 
On The Productivity Show we’ve talked a lot about the power of habits but we know it can be difficult to add new habits to your life. One strategy that helps you introduce new habits is called “habit stacking” and that’s what we’ll be going over today. It’s an easy way to add habits and I’ve used this myself in the last decade before it even had a …
 
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