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Let’s catch up on what’s been happening in our industry and new trends that you need to be aware of so you stay ahead of the curve.

Aside from the industry news, we also have 3 important topics to go over:

  1. Is the 40-hour workweek an outdated concept?
  2. Are Google’s suggestions helpful or annoying?
  3. What do you do when people you admire give conflicting productivity advice?

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  • Top 3 Productivity Resources [2:56]
  • What is Brooks’ first topic for the day? [4:54]
  • What is something to be aware of if you use Notion for personal use? [10:20]
  • What is Thanh’s first piece of industry news for the day? [12:48]
  • How Does Thanh feel about a Four Day Work Week? [18:01]
  • What does Brooks have to say about Google Suggestions? [24:19]
  • What makes Google Suggestions and Grammarly different from each other, according to Thanh? [27:39]
  • How does Brooks handle conflicting advice from productivity content creators? [31:41]
  • Action step to integrate today’s topic into your life. [37:56]

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