A goal has been met! Now to make it bigger. But another has led Joe down a completely different path. Did we mention Josh became a starfish for a while?
This show comes with a disclaimer as Mike and Joe talk about faith, the church, and business. There are fine lines and lots of opinions on all of these.
Josh encourages Joe to sell the Guild and not be dumb as the Pro section opens. And they both dive into an interesting conversation on being genuine online.
Joe and Drew talk about working from home, freelancing, and keeping your own schedule. Also of note: A new package from Joe’s secret admirer.
Josh has been waiting and waiting for this show to get here. And now it’s here. You’ve been warned. Also, Joe has some big news about the Guild.
This week Mike and Joe talk about the cognitive biases that they struggle with and the ones they are fascinated by. And it seems there are a lot of these. So picking a few is not as easy as it sounds.
Fires all around. Joe adds to the list of people he blames for missed goals. Josh is not losing weight. And they both struggle with being real on the internet.
Joe goes to MacStock and sparks a discussion on the subject of conferences. Drew takes a deep dive into the strength of ‘Input’ and the helpful benefits of personality assessments. Also…Joe considers blacksmithing?
Josh doesn’t like sleeping and learned some things about writing without mental reserves. Joe rebranded the Guild and started pulling in content. And both of them digress on finances and chip cards.
Saying No. It’s something neither Mike nor Joe enjoy doing but know they need to embrace. The question is whether or not they can bring themselves to do it.
Are Josh and Joe trading places? And how does one go about marketing themselves without coming across as pushy? Also, they want to share more tidbits. So there’s more tidbits.
Joe gets a new computer, and the purchase sparks some discussion on the merits of the touch bar. It’s…good? Drew provides some iOS 11 note-taking updates, and brings up the topic of Twitter and the idea of meaningful distractions.
Mike Schmitz joins Josh and Joe this round to discuss the new goals they’ve chosen for season two. Which is tricky since Josh started the show with only two goals.
As you can tell by my co-hosting of three different shows, I have embraced my love for podcasting. But, apparently, running three shows of my own isn’t enough. I started doing some interviews on other shows and the first of these to release is my chat with Jay Miller over on the Productivity in Tech podcast.
This round Mike and Joe are joined by Joe’s other podcast co-host, Josh Rensch, to discuss the challenging dysfunctions that teams can be plagued by. It turns out that Josh has a rough backstory about his introduction to this book.
It’s the end of a season, which means Josh and Joe need to go through the last 12 weeks and review their progress. Some things went really well and others were a dumpster fire. But that’s to be expected.
Drew goes to the library, Joe gives an all-important nap update, and the two talk about note-taking habits, memorization, and task managers.
Going after a task with unending motivation. This is something a go-getter has and that Joe and Mike struggled with.
Josh is full of requests this time. He also has a moral dilemma that Joe is unable to help with. But it’s at least interesting to consider.
WWDC 2017 is over, and a new iPad may or may not have been bought. Apple’s updates are discussed, along with the future of productivity and how tech like augmented reality and voice assistants might come into play.