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Do you wish there were more hours in a day? Are you starving for more free time? Then this episode is for you! We’ll show you 3 ways you can create more free time and we’ll share tons of examples of how we’ve done it ourselves to win back over 5 hours a week.

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You can find links to everything that we share in the show notes by going to theproductivityshow.com/357. And now, on with the show.

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Cheat Sheet:

  • Top 3 productivity resources for this week. [2:32]
  • What does TEA Framework stand for? [5:05]
  • How does Brooks track time? [6:55]
  • What is Thanh’s first recommendation for taking back your time? [9:53]
  • How do you optimize your workflow? [15:01]
  • What has Brooks done to optimize his workflow? [17:08]
  • How does Thanh optimize his time? [23:00]
  • What is an alternative to saving time through optimizing your workflow? [26:34]
  • What does the Eisenhower Matrix do? [28:42]
  • How does Thanh implement the Eisenhower Matrix? [31:07]
  • What is one important thing to remember about the Eisenhower Matrix in a team setting? [34:24]


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Thanh Pham

I grew up in The Netherlands, went to university in Los Angeles and now I'm living in different places every couple months. When I'm not writing about personal productivity or time management, I'm probably trying out a new restaurant in the city I'm in (I love food!). One of my specialties is time management for organizations, executives and employees. The reason I started this blog with Aaron is that I love sharing my knowledge with people and helping them become a better person. This blog is a footprint I want to leave behind and I hope you get a lot of value out of my articles. Feel free to get in touch with me anytime!

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