As a bonus to subscribers of Productive Entrepreneur, I’m conducting a series of audio interviews on topics related to productivity with successful online entrepreneurs.
In these audio interviews, we focus on aspects of productivity that applies specifically to someone trying to be productive and successful online. And someone who is, most probably, trying to do so on their own.
These high quality interviews are available for download free of charge to subscribers of Productive Entrepreneur.
Here I speak to Chris Garrett about energy in relation to productivity. Chris is a good friend and personal mentor, and I can highly recommend his products and services. He’s the co-author of ProBlogger — Secrets to Blogging Your Way to a Six-Figure Income.
In this interview Chris discusses energy management. Without energy, we can achieve nothing. And we are not merely referring to physical energy here…
You will discover…
|The difference between physical and creative energy, and why it’s important to find the time of day that your energy levels peak,|
|Chris’ top 6 productivity tips, with advice on reducing the draining effect of mental chatter, managing your time, maximizing your energy, and getting your head right,|
|The important distinction between projects and tasks, and how to prioritize your tasks into groups of vital, significant and nice-to-have, and|
|How almost drowning in real life taught Chris a valuable lesson about keeping your online business afloat.|
Johnny B. Truant
In this interview I speak to Johnny B. Truant about the difference between important and urgent tasks. Johnny is someone I’ve always looked up to, and he has a unique style that really accelerated his online success. In my opinion, he’s one of the best writers on the web (read his stuff!).
As I mentioned, the topic was supposed to be the difference between important and urgent work, and how to eliminate the latter, but the conversation took on a life of its own. We covered some really helpful ground.
You will discover…
|Why you should try to eliminate urgent tasks and focus on important work that’s not necessarily urgent, and a couple of ways you can go about doing exactly that.|
|How achievement can only come from progress, and how you can practically focus on progress every day.|
|How to get used to the fear and uncertainty that pursuing greatness brings, and why these emotions never leave any successful entrepreneur.|
|Johnny’s top advice for online entrepreneurs just starting out (or making slow progress). Johnny gives advice about making important progress on a daily basis, and explains the role of self-reliance in achieving real, long-term success.|
Periodically come back here to check for new interviews. I am planning a good couple over the next few months.
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