Tag Archives for " Efficiency "

039 | Cut The Sh!t To Simplify Your Business And Life

039_Cut The Shit To Simplify Your Business And Life

In this episode, I introduce the concept of eliminating tasks and activities from your life to reclaim your time. I reveal the best way to figure out how much your time is worth, help you discover what you should eliminate, and explain three simple methods of effectively cutting your sh!t without suffering any repercussions.

I also discuss simple ways to service your clients better, increase your efficiency, lighten your workload, leverage the talent of others, and increase your profits.

I hope you enjoy my episode on eliminating and encourage you to start cutting your sh!t immediately. Now let’s jump right in and get to the straight talk!

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038 | Strategies To Activate Your Productivity Daily With Rachel Wenman

038_Strategies To Activate Your Productivity Daily With Rachel Wenman NEW

In this episode, I sit down with Rachel Wenman, Co-Founder and Vice President of Urban Seed Inc., a startup that is reinventing and repositioning not just the way we grow food, but the way we provide it from produce to packaging, across the world. Rachel discusses how to activate life flows that lay the groundwork for increased productivity, her typical day wearing many hats in a startup, and ways she effectively sets boundaries as it pertains to her time.

We also talk about how feeling bogged down motivated Rachel to seek life flows activation, the morning routine she slowly cultivated over time that helps her prepare for each day, and how she utilizes intentionally programmed music to activate her motivation and energy and get in the zone.

This was an awesome discussion with Rachel I hope you enjoy. Now let’s jump right in and get to the straight talk!

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036 | Putting The Right People And Processes In Place With Josh Haynam

Putting The Right People And Processes In Place

In this episode, I sit down with co-founder of Interact Quiz Builder, Josh Haynam, to discuss how putting the right people and processes into place in his company led to them helping over 40,000 brands create lead generation platforms in the form of quizzes, assessments, and giveaways. We talk about how the recession forced him into entrepreneurship and got him hooked on building things, a typical day as CEO over in-house, remote, and flexible employees, and what he refused to let go of that had him banging his head against the wall for two years.

We also cover Josh’s stark realizations that allow him to get more done, developing processes to increase efficiency, and how he transitioned from being the doer to being the person creating the processes then delegating them.

This was an awesome discussion with Josh I hope you enjoy. Now let’s jump right in and get to the straight talk!

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029 | Top Time-Saving Tools I Use To Run My Business

Top Time-Saving Tools I Use To Run My Business

In this episode, I take you on a tour through my toolbox and share my top time-saving tools I can’t live without. I discuss the key functions of each program, their unique features, ways to customize them to meet your unique needs, and discuss why I absolutely love using these particular tools in my business.

I also talk about the solution to wanting to read more, the problem with Frankensteining your processes and tools, and the must-have program that can turn any small business owner into a self-sufficient graphic designer.

I hope you enjoy my episode on time-saving tools and encourage you to pursue finding tools that could level up your business. Now let’s jump right in and get to the straight talk!

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028 | Productivity Amplified: Doing What It Takes To Put Butts In Seats The Smart Way With Jeff Civillico

Productivity Amplified... To Put Butts In Seats

In this episode, I sit down with successful entertainer and show producer Jeff Civillico as he walks us through his journey from doing shows for his parents in their kitchen to headlining on the Las Vegas Strip and offers insight into his creative thinking process and productive routines that enable his numerous skillsets, passions, and projects to functionally overlap.

We also discuss how Jeff leveraged his network to found and manage the non-profit Win-Win Entertainment, the top three activities he does on a regular basis that move the needle, and how he creates balance between all of his task-oriented and relationship-oriented activities.

This was an awesome discussion with Jeff I hope you enjoy. Now let’s get to the straight talk!

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027 | Pushing Past Your Breaking Point

027 Pushing Past Your Breaking Point

In this episode, I dive into why it’s so important for entrepreneurs to take breaks even when you feel like you don’t have the time, how breaks actually increase your productivity, and ways you can fit breaks into your schedule.

I also discuss the types of breaks that best serve your energy levels and divulge my top tips and creative techniques for taking productivity-increasing breaks. As a bonus, previous Productivity Straight Talk guest Mariah Secrest Comer chimes in to offer some actionable ideas for simple work breaks that can improve your health.

I hope you’ll enjoy my episode on taking breaks and encourage you to start scheduling them into your routines. Now let’s get to the straight talk!

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025 | The Art Of Multitasking: Friend or Foe?

025 The Art Of Multitasking Friend or Foe

In this episode, I reveal the truth about multitasking, introduce the concept of switchtasking, and offer suggestions to complete your workload with the utmost efficiency.

I also talk about the effects of multitasking, the best way to power through your tasks effectively, and how to combat natural triggers that lead you off a productive path.

I hope you enjoy my episode on multitasking and encourage you to examine your methods of maintaining efficiency to see if changes are needed. Now let’s jump right in and get to the straight talk!

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022 | Time Management Techniques For Every Personality Type With Brianna Berner

022 Time Management Techniques For Every Personality Type with Brianna Berner

In this episode, I sit down with Brianna Berner of Spiked Parenting as she unpacks the different 16 personality types, unfolds what we don’t know about how they influence our time management, and shares how she uses Myers Briggs as a tool in her business.

Brianna also dissected my personality type and instructed how to use your personality strengths and weaknesses to obtain the results in time management you desire.

This was an awesome discussion with Brianna I know you’ll enjoy. Now let’s jump right in and get to the straight talk!

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021 | Digital Task Lists: 9 Reasons You Need To Make The Switch

021 Digital Task Lists 9 Reasons You Need To Make the Switch

In this episode, I lay out the top features of digital task lists that make them the right choice for entrepreneurs, discuss how they can make you more effective and efficient, share useful tips for getting the most out of your digital task list, and divulge how using one can lead you to refocus your efforts on revenue generating activities.

I also offer recommendations for productivity enhancing task management programs and encourage you to stay away from a popular one that is not worth your money.

I hope you’ll enjoy my episode on digital task lists and encourage you to make the switch to digital, or start maximizing the capabilities of your digital task list. Now let’s jump right in and get to the straight talk!

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020 | Workcations: Disconnecting To Hypercharge Your Focus Powers With Holly Worton

020 Workcations Disconnecting To Hypercharge Your Focus Powers with Holly Worton

In this episode, I sit down with author, podcast host, and business mindset alchemist Holly Worton as she walks us through how she went from being an eco hotel owner to a successful business coach. She discusses her initial struggle to figure out why her business wasn’t working at first, helping people achieve their goals and release energy blocks, and her favorite method to hyperfocus and get important work done: taking workcations.

Holly further discusses what she does the day before workcations that enables her to clear her mind and prep to focus, the possible perks of using the same location each time, and the length of time workcations should last to not risk burnout.

This was an awesome discussion with Holly I know you’ll enjoy. Now let’s get to the straight talk!

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