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Episode 44 – Imperfect Action For Real Results With Neha Naik

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Joining me this week is Neha Nayek; Entrepreneur & Founder of RecruitGyan and several other businesses. We covered a lot of ground in our conversation – including Neha’s daily routine with the importance of doing what matters first: ExerciseFamilyDaily Planning Neha’s also a strong believer in balance – having started several businesses, built teams, and helping run the family she...

Episode 43 – Setting Your Environment For Success – Sydney Wong

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Joining me this week is Sydney Wong; Entrepreneur & Co-Founder of VenturX, and author of “How to have a good day.” We talked about her daily routine – she has very specific routines for both her mornings and evenings and these involve things like setting the most important tasks for the day, weighted blankets, and bubble baths! (She is the second guest to mention bubble baths so I’m...

Episode 41 – Growing Every Day With Zeb Evans Of ClickUp

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Joining me this week is Zeb Evans, founder and CEO of ClickUp. Being an entrepreneur from an early age, Zeb taught himself how to code, dropped out of college and created a social media firm. A lot of frustration from productivity software at the time was what inspired Zeb to create ClickUp. If you haven’t heard of it, ClickUp is a project management & productivity app I’ve been using for the...

Episode 40 – Organized For Success With Dr. Frank Buck

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Joining me this week is Dr. Frank Buck, productivity speaker, author, and time management coach. His efforts towards being an organized person began back in his high school years and went on through his college years and his almost 30 years in the public education system, and now beyond. Even though Frank has been going mostly paperless and managing his organization digitally since 2001, he still...

Episode 39 – Creating Effective Leadership Skills With Randy Clark

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Joining me this week is Randy Clark, leadership trainer and Amazon best-selling leadership author. Over the last 30 years, Randy has helped a lot of companies and managers improve their leadership with his training; much of it based on mistakes he made in management. He shared a lot of valuable content during our talk that can help just about anyone…not everyone in a managerial position...

Episode 34 – Early Growth For Better Results With Grant Bledsoe

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Joining me on this episode is Grant Bledsoe, owner of 3 Oaks Capital – a capital management firm that he founded in 2014. Grant makes use of many practical devices to stay productive and manage his time well, including automations from tools like Zapier that let him connect his software tools in order to spend more time focused on what matters – his clients and their results. But it’s...

Episode 33 – Organizing Necessity With Amy Donaldson

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Amy Donaldson, real estate trainer with a strong background in sales and business development, joined me to discuss productivity from the point of view of a real estate agent and showed how many of these “issues” can apply to the rest of us – both the problems and the solutions. We touched on several areas, including finding and understanding your Most Important Task – but also...

Episode 32 – Integrating For Better Results With Angela Kristen Taylor

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Joining me on this podcast episode is Angela Kristen Taylor, an integrative productivity expert.  We went into several topics surrounding the main issues that we all face in terms of life, productivity, and managing everything that that entails. Angie is no stranger to chaos and finding her way out – through her own experiences she has found the frameworks that work (pun intended!) and...

Episode 31 – Running Remote In A Bear Suit With Matt Barnett of Bonjoro

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Joining me for this podcast episode is founder, or Papa Bear, of Bonjoro – Matt Barnett! As usual, we covered a lot of ground in this discussion but it did center around remote teams with the ups and downs that come with a truly worldwide operation. Matt and his team are located in Australia, London, the Philippines, the United States, and other locations – he’s learned both the good...

Episode 28 – Putting Priorities First – Interview With JCron, President Of Kajabi

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Jonathan Cronstedt, or JCron, the President of Kajabi, joined me for a great interview and look into how he organizes himself, his business, and his team for the best results. It’s a fast-paced look into where, and how, he prioritizes while putting powerful principles to work: Saying “no” Focusing on One ThingHaving an on-site teamUsing mutual buy-in to move the team forwardFocused...

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