In Special Episode #4 features a special audio book chapter reading from Ben Greenfield of Ben Greenfield Fitness. During the reading Ben highlights his Top Ten Tips for improving productivity and efficiency across all aspects of life.
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Time Stamped Show Notes:
- 00:15 – Introduction from Ari, including a synopsis of Special Episode #4
- 04:34 – Beyond Training Chapter 20—as read by author Ben Greenfield
- 04:55 – This chapter covers 10 of Ben’s top time-saving and productivity tips
- 05:25 – Checklists are cruel—employ the “buckets” strategy
- 07:21 – Eliminate TV—don’t throw out your TV—but eliminate cable, satellite, etc.
- 08:36 – Eat simply—minimize your choices
- 10:00 – Outsource everything as much as possible
- 14:04 – Take the time to study the principles and lessons of Ari Meisel from Less Doing, More Living
- 14:18 – Be smart with email
- 16:54 – Eliminate distractions
- 17:53 – Avoid snacking
- 18:35 – Mini breaks add up—avoid them
- 19:00 – Aggregate content
- 21:47 – Start with the hard stuff—start the day with your most challenging task
- 24:20 – Keep your mind clear
- 26:15 – Beware of psychological associations
- 27:50 – Check out LifeHacker, Less Doing, Udemy, 43 Folders, Dumb Little Man, 4-hour life
5 Key Points:
- Eat simply, live simply.
- Be smart with email and communication tools in general.
- Read Less Doing, More Living by Ari Meisel
- Outsource as much as possible.
- Avoid checklists—use productivity buckets