Sean McCabe comes back to report in on what happened when his year-long sabbatical smacked into a pandemic and how he keeps his focus while winding up a new business.
David & Mike do an audit of their productivity workflows and share what's working (and what isn't).
Is willpower enough to plow through? In this episode, Mike and David look into that question.
We're all a lot less objective than we give ourselves credit for. David & Mike attempt to figure out why by considering limiting beliefs, learning loops, and the slippery slope of self-sealing logic.
At what point does your quest for productivity and efficiency become toxic? It's a good question and an easy trap. Mike and David have a few ideas.
Gmail ninja Colleen Wainwright joins us to talk about delegating work to others, the evolution of the attention economy, and working out of email without going crazy.
Mike and David tackle one of the most difficult subjects of focus, Communication.
Ken Case joins us to talk about how the Omni Group focuses their work teams, the lessons they've learned from forced changes due to COVID, and the benefits of planning for disruption.
Mike and David get into note-taking (and note-making), listener feedback, and the pesky problem of productivity vs. grinding.
Rosemary Orchard joins us to talk about juggling projects, automation, kanban boards, and keeping the jobby job.