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In this episode, Ivonne shares 3 books she lives by, 2 people she looks up to, and 1 productivity trick she finds helpful. All under 15 minutes.
In this episode, Thibault shares 3 books he lives by, 2 people he looks up to, and 1 productivity trick he finds helpful. All under 15 minutes.
In this episode, we talk to Will Pearson, Co-founder at Scalero. He's a typical "inbox zero" person who makes sure his inbox is clear of any unread emails at all times. But interestingly, he runs Scalero, a platform that helps companies send a lot many emails efficiently and effortlessly.
In this episode, Noah shares 3 books he lives by, 2 people he looks up to, and 1 productivity trick he finds helpful. All under 15 minutes.
In this episode, we talk to Sean McGinty, Partner at Bentley McGinty. He's the most experienced guest yet on the Mailman podcast. He shares how he stayed productive back in the day when there were no productivity apps or even the internet. He also shared how he started a "Narrowcast" (term used for Podcasts in 1995) and his undying fascination for audio.
Mike shares 3 books he lives by, 2 people he looks up to, and 1 productivity trick he finds helpful. All under 15 minutes.
Danielle Lovell is Chief of Staff at MotionHall. She shares her productivity system, build entirely inside Notion and how she organizes her life around her 2-year-old toddler.
Alex West is the founder of CyberLeads. He has helped many agencies make over $100,000 with getcyberleads.com
In this episode, we talk to Andrew Case, founder of Stacklingo, about how he organizes his day inside Evernote and doesn't shy away from turning off his phone to get productive.
Jordan is the founder of Closet Tools. In this episode he shares 3 books he lives by, 2 people he looks upto and 1 productivity trick he finds helpful. All under 15 minutes.
In this episode we talk to Rolf Zipf, founder of Rindus. He talks us into how he manages to get 4.5 hours of focused work done everyday!!
Steven is the co-founder of Centered.app, the number 1 flow state app in the United States.
Girish Shivani, Executive Director at Yournest, shares how he organizes his work & life around the calendar.
Aron Levin has worked at bigwigs like King games and Spotify. He's also the founder of Relatable (recently sold to Bambuser) and another fintech startup called Willa. Listen to him talk about his experience working at and building all these amazing companies.
Alex Bass is the founder of CyberBytes and Efficient.app. In this episode, we'll learn how Alex leverages automations to make his life easy and more productive.
Karson Chrispens, a bioengineering sophomore, built his own time-blocking calendar, that he uses to track all his activities.
Daniel Scrivner, who has worked with Apple, Square, Nike, Disney, and is an investor in 100+ startups, tells about the missing item from our to-do lists.
Manish believes what's more than the desire for more time is the ability to see what’s essential and what’s not and doing them based on that priority order.
Brenden Mulligan, after selling his startup "LaunchKit" to Google, went all-in on his love for building products. He built ten products in 12 months.
Maintaining a sane calendar is hard, especially if you’re someone who likes helping people a lot. Paul McKellar reveals his trick.
Zach Phillips has a family, runs a film-making studio and a startup, and also writes every single day. How does he manage so many things without driving himself crazy?
Adam Suzor, the founder of Suzor IT, has a unique and controversial way to have productive team meetings.
Brett Farmiloe is a CEO of a 15-person company and is starting a new startup. Not just this, he makes sure to give enough time to his three kids as well. How does he do it all? Let's find out.