As entrepreneurs we’re always looking for the latest hack, tool or app that will give us more time and make us more efficient.
The expert on this topic, Mike Vardy of Productivityist, is here to share his wisdom on the subject.
Mike is the author of several books and a well-known speaker on the subject of productivity. He was also the managing editor at LifeHack.com; he knows more than a little about being the most productive entrepreneur we can be!
On today’s episode Mike and I breakdown what it takes to super charge your own entrepreneurial productivity and become more effective and efficient – and why it’s important to do so in that order.
“Time moves on whether you want it to or not.”
Mike Vardy, Productivityist
Essential Learning Points From This Episode:
- Why it isn’t about doing things as fast as possible.
- How can you get in and out of the flow easier?
- What are waypoints?
- Why constraints are often a good thing.
- What does M.A.P.S. stand for and how can you use it?
- Much, much more!
Important Links & Mentions From This Episode:
- Productivityist – Mike’s productivity blog.
- Productivityist – Mike’s popular podcast.
- The Front Nine – Mike’s latest book.
- Mike on Twitter
- ToDoist.com – The ‘To Do List’ on Steroids!
- Asana – Project Management Software.
- Tropical Think Tank 2016
This Episode’s Sponsor – Aweber
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