BrainChains was a listener recommendation that taught Mike and Joe a lot about how technology affects our minds. From attention to focus, it’s all covered.
If you’re looking for a way to set goals and achieve a year’s worth of work in 12 weeks, then The 12 Week Year is an excellent choice and structure to try.
One of the most valuable tasks you can begin is the development of your self-awareness. This week Mike and Joe delve into the questions posed by Peter Drucker that prompt you to learn how to manage yourself.
Mike and Joe get a breath of fresh air with a book on productivity. There are a lot of tips here that they’ve both practiced for years but learned a lot regardless.
Mike almost put this one down. The business principles discussed are vital but the book itself was a challenge.
This week Mike and Joe talk about the value of finding a “why” in everything we do and what happens when companies start with “how” or “what.”
We’re trying a different flavor of book this time and discussing our relationships and feelings with Brené Brown’s Daring Greatly.
When you step out beyond time management you land in the world of energy management. It’s a simple concept that is drastically different for everyone embarking on the journey.
Mike has a new Apple device despite his minimizing efforts and Joe has finally done something about his email issue.
This week Mike and Joe talk about cutting back and simplifying life with Joshua Becker’s book The More Of Less.
Joe gets too much email, Mike thinks he should hide his email address, and they both have an interest in saying “no” more often.
We all deal with something painful in our lives. And although they are hard to talk about, it’s these obstacles that strengthen us for the future.
Whether it’s writing or building a business, we all struggle to put in the work to create. Mike and Joe discuss going pro with their art and overcoming resistance.
Whether it’s overcoming an addiction to email or sticking to a diet, The Willpower Instinct is excellent at helping you develop the self-control to accomplish your goals.
Welcome to Bookworm! To kick things off, we’ve reread a book we both rely on heavily in our lives, Getting Things Done by David Allen. This is the best discussion either of us have had about GTD in a long time.