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Some of our favorite episodes are ones that come directly from listener feedback, and this episode is no exception – how has our productivity thinking evolved over the years?

Are there any “productivity rules” we used to have, but we now do the opposite?

What causes these changes, anyway? We’ll dive into all of it in today’s episode.

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You can find links to everything that we share in the show notes by going to theproductivityshow.com/365.

Cheat Sheet:

  • Top 3 productivity resources for this week. [2:19]
  • Who is this episode targeting mainly? [4:37]
  • How has Thanh’s thinking evolved while running Asian Efficiency? [7:26]
  • How has Thanh’s productivity thinking changed over time? [10:15]
  • Why is Brooks a morning person? [14:09]
  • How Brooks changed his thinking over the years? [18:56]
  • Why does Thanh prioritize processes over tools? [21:43]
  • What is something Thanh used to obsess over that he no longer swears by? [26:59]
  • What is something Brooks tends to have a hard time with? [31:15]
  • Why isn’t “Eat Your Frog” for everyone? [32:06]
  • Actionable steps you can take to integrate today’s topic into your life. [37:38]


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