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Love Your Work is the intellectual playground of David Kadavy, bestselling author of three books – including Mind Management, Not Time Management – and former design advisor to Timeful – a Google-acquired productivity app. Love Your Work is where David shows you how to be productive when creativity matters, and make big breakthroughs happen in your career as a creator. Dig into the archives for insightful conversations with Dan Ariely, David Allen, Seth Godin, James Altucher, and many more. ...
 
The Hacking UI podcast is hosted by Sagi Shrieber and David Tintner, a designer and developer who are also both entrepreneurs, bloggers, productivity/time-hacking maniacs, and all around tech geeks. The first season of the podcast is titled ‘Scaling a Design Team’, in which they speak with design leaders from top notch companies like Facebook, Apple, Invision, and Intercom, to discuss various team structures, responsibilities, and workflows. After quitting their day jobs to work full time on ...
 
You’re listening to the Book Talk Today podcast. A podcast that inspires readers to obtain valuable insights to inform, educate and improve lives. My name is Aun Abdi. I’m an avid reader best known for the creation of the One Minute Book Review community and I’m sitting down with authors to delve deeper into the books they have written to uncover the story, behind the story. Contact - info@booktalktoday.com
 
Attitudeable opens the door to a New World of curious people transforming lives and the way we do business. We can translate words into everlasting experiences! Changemakers, thinkers, authors, and icon stars will share ideas, dreams, experiences, communication, self-growth tips, relationships, and Entrepreneurship. This space is made up of Attitude plus the human capability and responsibility to communicate with a conviction that ATTITUDE-ABLE humans can change our world. Let’s MOVE FORWARD ...
 
This show is about creating a life beyond the 9 to 5 through meaningful work. With strategies for making the most of the daily hustle, intimate stories from dreamers around the world, and unfiltered musings about the questions that keep us up at night, join Joyce, the Abundance Coach, in creating a legacy we can be proud of.
 
The ROAMHOWL PODCAST 2.0 is an ongoing conversation hosted by Jennifer Gardner about a more authentic and intuitive way of pursuing marketing strategy and small business success... Where we dig into the trends and new ways of thinking that are taking hold in the entrepreneurial and digital online marketing space and explore what it means to embrace technology and do business in the 21st Century. The world is changing, how we develop our business is changing and how we connect with our potent ...
 
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On Episode #71 of the Book Talk Today podcast, we are joined by Farhan Samanani. Farhan completed his Ph.D. in Social Anthropology at the University of Cambridge. done work on diversity, migration, and belonging for a number of organizations, including the World Bank, the Runnymede Trust, and Share Action. Today we are discussing elements from his …
 
Do you ever feel like you don’t have the time and energy to learn about everything you want to know? Is it hard to stay focused on reading one book, when there’s ten others you want to read? You need curiosity management. Curiosity management is the management of your thirst to know things. In a world with unlimited access to information, and finit…
 
Five years ago, I wrote about how - after ten years as a self-employed independent creator - I hoped to "make it." I now realize, I never will. Five years ago, I sat at my keyboard to have a serious conversation with myself. It had been ten years since I had woken up to a day with nothing scheduled, and wondered how I was going to fill it with some…
 
I recently advertised my book on a billboard in Times Square. It was cheaper than you think, and was up for less time than you might expect. But it’s still paying dividends. Times Square is a big deal (duh) Times Square is the epitome of mainstream success. The biggest brands have locations there, and any big brand you can name advertises there. 35…
 
Scott Young is an expert on rapid, effective learning. This ep will help you learn new skills effectively and quickly amidst the chaos of real life. ----- You can also read this episode here. Sign up here to get upcoming audio essays emailed to you Follow the MTTM journey on Twitter or LinkedIn! If you haven't already would you do me a favor and ta…
 
In fifteen years as a self-employed creator, I’ve learned how to finish what matters. I follow a nine-step process that makes an easy-to-remember acronym, that also describes what this process does: E.R.A.S.E. F.E.A.R. Fear is Resistance Fear is at the root of most struggles to finish creative projects. Even when you think you’re merely getting int…
 
On Episode #70 of the Book Talk Today podcast, we are joined by Ben Aldridge. Ben is a writer and speaker on practical philosophy, comfort zones, mental health and adventure. We discussed his new book ‘How To Control The Uncontrollable’. Ben’s Website - https://www.benaldridge.com/ Watch on YouTube - https://youtu.be/Fe0D_ddQeLM…
 
On Episode #69 of the Book Talk Today podcast we are joined by David Kadavy. David Kadavy is an author, podcaster, and self-publishing coach. His books include, The Heart to Start: Stop Procrastinating & Start Creating, Design for Hackers and his latest book Mind Management, Not Time Management. David’s Website - https://kadavy.net/ David's Book - …
 
When Facebook was first expanding, they used a timeless military strategy to win their most-crucial first users. You can use this strategy to attack your toughest projects, by leveraging hidden complexity to lend devastating power to simple actions. Facebook faced tough competitors When Facebook was starting, in the mid-aughts, it was only availabl…
 
Rob Fitzpatrick is the author of The Mom Test, and he'll help you fight the good fight to bring your ideas into the world. ----- You can also read this episode here. Sign up here to get upcoming audio essays emailed to you Follow the MTTM journey on Twitter or LinkedIn! If you haven't already would you do me a favor and take ~40 seconds to rate/rev…
 
Industrial Society and Its Future, is otherwise known as “The Unabomber Manifesto,” written by Ted Kaczynski. Kaczynsnki is a terrorist who killed three people, and injured twenty-three others, by sending bombs through the mail, between 1978 and 1995. He used his terror campaign to exploit the negativity bias of media and pressure the Washington Po…
 
On Episode #68 of the Book Talk Today podcast we are joined by Harry Parker. Harry joined the British Army when he was 23 and served in Iraq in 2007 and Afghanistan in 2009 as a Captain, before stepping on a bomb while on foot patrol - he now walks on metal legs. He is now a writer and artist, based in London. Harry’s Website - https://www.harrypar…
 
There are some invisible structures in language, and using them can be the difference between your message being forgotten or living through the ages. These are The Elements of Eloquence, which is the title of Mark Forsyth’s book. I first picked this up a couple years ago, and have read it several times since then. I think it’s one of the best writ…
 
On Episode #67 of the Book Talk Today podcast we are joined by Dan Bigham. Dan Bigham is an Aerodynamic Engineer turned cyclist of HUUB Wattbike Cycling Team and director of his own sports componentry brand. He has worked with many cycling institutions and works record holders, which he is one himself. We discussed his first book, “Start At The End…
 
In Trust Me, I’m Lying, Ryan Holiday reveals the media manipulation tactics he used as Marketing Director of American Apparel, and for his PR clients. Meanwhile, he exposes the inner workings of a modern media machine in which incentives make it impossible for the version of reality depicted in the media to come close to resembling the truth. I thi…
 
In 2018, Matthew Walker was on a media blitz, promoting his book, Why We Sleep. I was one of the many people who picked up the book. It slowly ruined my sleep. But recently, I fixed it. No, this is not a takedown Before I go further, this is not a “takedown” of Why We Sleep, like the one that’s been floating around. I’ve read that takedown, and I d…
 
Ash Maurya introduces "The Innovator's Gift" to help you find problems worth solving, and navigate the uncertainty of new product ideas. ----- You can also read this episode transcript here. Sign up here to get upcoming audio essays emailed to you Follow the MTTM journey on Twitter or LinkedIn! If you haven't already would you do me a favor and tak…
 
On Episode #66 of the Book Talk Today podcast we are joined by Richard Eaton. Richard Eaton is an American historian currently working as a professor of history at the University of Arizona. He is known for having written the notable books on Indian history before 1800. In this conversation we discussed his most recent book, ‘India In The Persianat…
 
One thing I hear from a lot from readers of The Heart to Start, is that many people have no problem starting new projects. They instead struggle with finishing them. I can relate. Like many creative people, I once struggled to finish projects. I always had new ideas, I left books half-read, projects half-finished. I had done lots of creative work, …
 
On Episode #65 of the Book Talk Today podcast we are joined by Dr Nate Zinsser. Dr. Nate Zinsser is an expert in the psychology of human performance who consults to individuals and organizations seeking a competitive edge. We discussed: 📚 How To Achieve & Maintain Confidence 📚 Routines To Maximise Performance 📚 Optimising Your Mindset Dr Nate’s Twi…
 
On Episode #64 of the Book Talk Today podcast we are joined by Oliver Bullough. Oliver is an author and journalist. He’s published multiple books including the financial expose Moneyland, a Sunday Times bestseller and his most current book, Butler To The World: How Britain Serves Oligarchs, Gangsters and Kleptocrats. We discussed: 📚 How Britain bec…
 
What will the future look like? In his most recent November appearance on the Tim Ferriss Show, entrepreneur and investor Balaji Srinivasan presents a cohesive explanation of the current world, and plausible scenarios of how things will play out. I found Balaji’s theories so mesmerizing, I listened to the four-and-a-half-hour podcast several times,…
 
How to apply continuous discovery techniques to a nascent, early stage product that doesn't yet have product-market fit. ----- You can also read this episode here. Sign up here to get upcoming audio essays emailed to you Follow the MTTM journey on Twitter or LinkedIn! If you haven't already would you do me a favor and take ~40 seconds to rate/revie…
 
On Episode #63 of the Book Talk Today podcast we are joined by Heather Hansen. Heather Hansen is a Global Communication Specialist, TEDx speaker, and Founder of Singapore-based communication training and consulting firm, Global Speech Academy Pte Ltd. We discussed: 📚 How to become ‘Unmuted’ 📚 Finding your authentic self 📚 The importance of speaking…
 
It seems even the most devout techno-utopiasts carry around a Moleskine notebook. They appreciate the way writing longhand on paper alters their thought processes. Yet the same people think writing on a typewriter is absurd, performative, pretentious, or a deliberate troll. Over the past year, I’ve grown to love writing on a typewriter. I didn’t wr…
 
On Episode #62 of the Book Talk Today podcast we are joined by Ian Stewart. Ian is an Emeritus Professor in the Mathematics Department at Warwick University, where he divides his time equally between research into nonlinear dynamics and furthering public awareness of mathematics. He has published more than 120 books, yes you heard that correctly, o…
 
On Episode #61 of the Book Talk Today podcast we are joined by Sam Gilbert. Sam is an affiliated researcher at the Bennett Institute for Public Policy at the University of Cambridge. He is also an expert in data-driven marketing being part of the fintech startup Bought By Many as the chief marketing officer. Today we will be discussing his most rec…
 
There’s a reason the expression, “unfinished business” has such provocative power. Unfinished projects stack up like skeletons in our cluttered mental closets. We know if we crack open that door, we’ll be reminded of our failed intentions, our foolish optimism, and our broken promises – to others and to ourselves. But unfinished business doesn’t ge…
 
On Episode #60 of the Book Talk Today podcast we are joined by David Robson. David an award-winning science writer specialising in the extremes of the human brain, body and behaviour. We discussed: 📚 The Expectation Effect 📚 How to harness your positive attitude 📚 Boosting mental and physical performance Visit David’s Website - https://davidrobson.…
 
On Episode #59 of the Book Talk Today podcast we are joined by Joe Zammit-Lucia. Joe is an entrepreneur, investor, leadership advisor and commentator. He is an investor and Non-Executive Director in entrepreneurial ventures and advises senior business and institutional leaders on leadership in contemporary culture. oday we are discussing his new bo…
 
There’s something I want to talk about, but frankly, I’m a little embarrassed to do so. However, I write with my former self in mind, and my former self would want to know about this. So here I go. I want to talk about how to be somebody. What do I mean by “somebody?” To be somebody is to be known for your work. To have your name synonymous – or ev…
 
On Episode #58 of the Book Talk Today podcast we are joined by Andrew Hankinson Andrew is writer in Newcastle upon Tyne, northern England. He’s written for many different publications including Wired, The New Yorker and the BBC and has reported from places such as Haiti, Iraq and Ukraine. We discussed: 📚 Comedy at the Comedy Cellar 📚 Comedy & Free …
 
Systems save energy. Especially if the system helps you with something you do every day. This is why I have a system for cooking. When you’re hungry, you make bad decisions, such as grabbing the quickest food you can find – which often happens to be unhealthy food. My cooking system ensures I never have to think about what to eat, or how to prepare…
 
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