Staying on Task
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Staying on Task
7 episodes, 6 hours 29 mins
Episode 2 - Where Do You Want To Be? SMART Goal Setting
You are listening to this podcast course for one of two reasons: 1. You know where you want to be 2. You know where you don’t want to be. You’re moving toward something or moving away from something. A podcast course like this speaks to a person who want to take action and, for whatever reason, has not been able to (yet). Today we'll learn more about your goal and you; simply put, you'll remember more about who you are to develop your goal. We'll talk about what's gone really right in your life, get deeper into some of your favorite stories, then return to where you are today and where you want to go tomorrow. Ready, of course you are you rock star. Onward, revolutionary. Let's do this!
#42 Atul Gawande: The Path to Perpetual Progress
The world-renowned surgeon, writer, and researcher Atul Gawande shares powerful lessons about creating a culture of safe learning, the critical difference between a coach and a mentor, and how to ensure constant improvement in key areas of your personal and professional life. *** Atul Gawande is one of the most impressive individuals I’ve had the pleasure to interview. He’s one of the world’s top surgeons, a researcher, a prolific writer at The New Yorker, a multiple time best-selling author, and a husband and father to boot. In this fascinating interview, I’m sure you’ll find that Atul is wise and generous with the lessons he’s learned over a dynamic and accomplished career but also maintains a childlike humility, curiosity and eagerness to learn. We cover a lot of ground in our discussion, so here are a few excerpts to give you a taste of what you can expect: I like having a lot of irons in the fire. I like being a jack of all trades and finding the edges between things is o...
How to solve an impossible challenge w/Megan Smith (U.S. CTO, Google, shift7)
Faced with an impossible challenge? Don’t reinvent the wheel. Find someone who’s already solved the problem – and help those inventors keep inventing. Megan Smith calls that technique “scout and scale.” She used it as the United States' CTO. She did it as an exec at Google. She did it as CEO of PlanetOut. And she continues today with the company she co-founded, shift7. Cameo appearance: Monique Sternin (co-founder of the Positive Deviance Approach & Initiative).
#401: Gary Keller — How to Focus on the One Important Thing
"My life is better when I'm spontaneous after I've done my most important thing. Being spontaneous before that, that's where it becomes a distraction and does me harm." — Gary Keller Gary Keller (@garykeller) is the co-founder, chairman, and CEO of Keller Williams (KW), the world's largest real estate franchise by agent count. In 2019, KW, which also ranks number one in units and sales volume in the US, was named by Fast Company as the "most innovative company" in real estate. In 2015, Gary began driving KW's evolution into a technology company, now focused on building the real estate platform that agents, buyers, and sellers prefer. He is competing with multi-billion-dollar, venture-backed companies using his own money. Gary is the bestselling author of The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results, The Millionaire Real Estate Agent, The Millionaire Real Estate Investor, and SHIFT: How Top Real Estate Agents Tackle Tough Times. You can find Gary's podca...
This week, the girls discuss how to focus! They talk about ways to refocus and stay present, despite our omnipresent cell phones! Join the Patreon for bonus episodes & prizes at https://www.patreon.com/selfhelpless.
52: 7 Outstanding Ways to Stay on Task
Staying on task is tricky. With all the distractions around us and our mind wandering, it feels much harder to keep just on one task. This episode will hopefully help by introducing methods & tools for you all. Our August Sponsor Sanebox is our first sponsor back. Time to get your email under-control! And get $25 off and 14-day free trial with our link (new accounts): https://www.sanebox.com/toolstheyuse 7 Ways to Stay on Task Use Toggl or Timely Introduce a Freedom or Forest Host a Buddy Accountability — For remote or non-remote Plan Your Breaks Don't Overstack Lists Office Rituals Todoist Open Comment
Ray Dalio - How to embrace conflict
Want to improve any idea? Find someone who disagrees with it. This is something legendary investor Ray Dalio knows. But there’s a difference between constructive and destructive conflict – and Dalio is a master at spotting the difference. In constructive conflict, a team has a shared goal, whether or not they have differing opinions. And this is the key to success. Cameo appearances: Steve Horgan (USA Field Hockey Director of Umpiring),Daniel Amen (psychiatrist, founder Amen Clinics). Ray's latest book, Principles for Success, is out now. Subscribe to the Masters of Scale newsletter: http://eepurl.com/dlirtX
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