Much needed!
I'm not your typical business podcast listener as what I do tends to demand a great deal of fluidity in not only schedule, but also in job responsibilities. One of the pitfalls of this is that it can become pretty easy to allow fluidity to excuse me from intentionality which can lead to days that are simply ineffective in helping me accomplish anything meaningful. I've enjoyed conversations (both personal and overheard via podcasts and social media) with Erik for years and began listening primarily just to hear what he is up to. What I found were broader themes that not only help improve the focus of high achievers who already have a great deal of focus professionally, but can also be applied to arenas where adaptability and creativity benefit from being corralled in order to make the most of the opportunities presented. The quality of the guests thus far has been fantastic and Erik brings a very conversational tone to the discussion. Erik also asks great questions to make the most of the opportunity to hear from some top notch people. Early indicators are that this will be a podcast that I will continue to listen to, apply, and benefit from both personally and professionally.Read full review »
mattmorrison268 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/10/12
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Erik has hit on a great topic (personal productivity) with an interesting format and guests who have a lot to offer. I have picked up several useful tips in each show and I look forward to listening to each new episode.
SJRoberts via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/01/12
Money? You can make more. Time? It's a fixed resource that can get away from the most diligent among us. Erik's case study interviews give you a detailed look into what others are doing - things that work and things that don't work. The podcast provides a useful template from which we...Read full review »
RandyCantrell via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/27/12
Don't listen to this podcast unless you're ready to make some changes to your workflow and priorities. If you want to waste time and be lazy then this won't be a fun show for you to listen to. This is Erik's first crack at a show on his own and he does very well. It's...Read full review »
andytraub via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/03/12
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