TMBA 387: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity

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Dan and Ian are always looking for new ways to increase their productivity.

But generally, they find there is a mental cost that comes with any kind of productivity boost. Namely, the harder someone works, the more stress is added to their life. But, what if there were a few easy steps to increase productivity, whilst minimizing those kinds of costs?

Dan has been spending some time New York City recently. And, whenever he makes his way to NYC, he makes it a point to catch up with Taylor Pearson, who is one of the most productive people he knows. Taylor is the author of The End of Jobs, and a very frequent guest on this show.

In this week’s episode, Taylor shares four productivity strategies that he has tested himself and teaches his students. He recommends them as do-able ways to become more capable and productive.

Transcript

Listen to this week’s show and learn:

  • Why it is important to talk about productivity. (5:36)
  • How the concept of the “90 Day Sprint” can help some entrepreneurs be more productive. (11:45)
  • The difference between leading and lagging indicators of success. (17:42)
  • How to make money with courage and wisdom, rather than labor. (29:07)
  • Some of Dan and Taylor’s favorite tips for increasing productivity. (35:44)

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A big thanks to Growth Ninja – this episode’s sponsor. Are you looking for a reliable and hands-off way to scale your company’s revenue? Growth Ninja is an industry proven Facebook ad service that can explode your sales funnel.

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Published on 05.04.17

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