Listen to what they aren't saying
Erik Fisher is finally getting his own show. After co-hosting many shows for some time now, he's blazing a trail with a purpose, as you can see by the title of his show. And purpose is exactly what we need in this age of meaningless urgencies and not enough importance. One of the things that Erik said on the most recent show took me by (pleasant) surprise, and it's a habit I think all podcasters need to emulate -- he listens to his own show! In my opinion, that equals quality control. And so far, it has been full of quality content. It also suggests that he'll learn from his experiences, which means the content is going to get even better. Additionally, I like the fact that he asks every guest the same question (at least one question has been the same on every show as I recall). In my opinion, that drives home the purpose of the show and really helps you hear and compare what the guests say and even what they don't say. If you want to be successful--we are taught--emulate the success of others. This podcast is a great way to do just that, to survey the techniques of many.Read full review »
Mark and Beth Jones Jr. via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/02/12
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Lately I have not had a lot of time to listen to podcasts, but I have enjoyed listening to Erik's new podcast and the content couldn't come at a better time for me. I went back to work recently and have struggled with managing my time with non-work stuff and scheduling them. I can't...Read full review »
halosfan via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/28/12
Beyond the To Do List is a great productivity podcast that goes beyond the tools and apps. Erik Fisher talks with people who are finding success because of _how_ they use the tools they have. But more importantly, Erik and his guests challenge us with _how_ to think and _do_! Erik has previously...Read full review »
Daniel J. Lewis via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/28/12
As a self employed individual who works from home, there tends to be a gap between the knowledge and practice of effective time management principles. Erik's blog has both reminded me to practice some habits that I've 'let go' since becoming self employed as well as equipping me...Read full review »
Brett Faulknor via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/06/12
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