I finally finished Deep Work, by Cal Newport, and immediately started reading it again. I started it as soon as I finished because it was so chock full of amazing recommendations for how to employ deep work that I needed to read it again to make sure I absorbed everything. While I’ll give you an… Continue reading Wildly Important
On a car ride home, Patti and John reminisce about one of their top vacations of all time, an all-inclusive resort called Twin Farms. Click here to listen or subscribe from your favorite podcast app!
Some Salesforce studying, iPhone 8 reboot instructions, and education on gender judo round out our random learnings for the week. The theme for the week is Building Trust. We talk about the different components for building trust and two books about trust - Tribes, by Seth Godin and The Speed of Trust, by Stephen MR… Continue reading Podcast #10 – Building Trust
My summer was full of Important Learnings! I hope that some may resonate with you, too. I feel like some of these deserve either future conversations on my podcast or deeper dives as blog fodder. Let me know if any of these or the previous ones piqued your interest and if you'd like to hear… Continue reading Important Learnings From My Evo Planners, Part Two
We reminisce over the past weekend with framily before diving into this week’s theme, How to Juggle. We mention the apps Slack, Asana and Basecamp as project management trackers we use. We talk about the Evo Planner and how our Four Tendencies personalities affect our ability to use planners in general. We switch up Vertellis… Continue reading Podcast #9 – How To Juggle
Random learnings led us to talking about Hurricane Dorian relief! If you want to donate to the Bahamas for disaster relief, the Giving Voices Project is collecting funds ASAP. You can give a tax deductible donation by calling 386-986-7505. Our theme for this week is Joy & Play. Joy is more sustaining than just doing… Continue reading Podcast #8 – Joy and Play
One of my time management tools I use it the Evo Planner. As you may know, I love personality tests, and the results of this one pointed me to a planner that matched my personality type. The Evo Planner has four different types, and mine (The Architect), has me review things I'm grateful for, make… Continue reading Important Learnings From My Evo Planners, Part One