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Being Productive hits 30,000 and counting

Podcast listeners are all about the people I'm able to help. These milestones only add fuel to the fire on a quest to help more people be productive.

A quick bit of celebration here…Being Productive has hit 30,000 all-time plays and continues growing. For a niche podcast talking about, well, being productive, it’s a great feeling to know it’s helping people. Nothing is more motivating than hitting these kinds of milestones. If you’re a listener…thank you so much! If you’re not a listener, maybe now is the time to give it a try!

The Myth of Multitasking and Meetings vs Collaboration – Being Productive – Ep 55 Being Productive

In this episode, I share some follow-up thoughts about an upcoming episode of ProductivityCast delving into the book, The Myth of Multitasking by Ben Crenshaw.  Also, I climb back up on my soapbox to talk about the challenge of replacing meetings with collaboration tools. — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beingproductive/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beingproductive/support
  1. The Myth of Multitasking and Meetings vs Collaboration – Being Productive – Ep 55
  2. Productivity metrics, attention management, and workers PTO – Being Productive – Ep 54
  3. Productivity Articles from around the web- Being Productive – Ep 53
  4. Task Management Part 3 – Lists vs Boards – Being Productive – Ep 52
  5. All About Task Management – Part 2 – Urgent and Recurring – Being Productive – Ep 51
  6. All about Task Management – Part 1 – Being Productive – Ep 50
  7. Remote Working: Office Spaces with Augusto Pinaud – Being Productive – Ep 49
  8. Ep 48 – Being Productive – I have a Notion to save some money
  9. Ep 47 – Being Productive – Gen-Z, the Boomer will Zoom you now
  10. Ep 46 – Being Productive – Working at Home and Thoughts from the web

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