Josh gets fancy with his shaving. He’s also removing peanut butter. Joe likes video calls. Even as a millennial, he prefers the face-to-face meetings. Weird. Oh, and Joe played with OmniPlan.
Joe is fighting with Office 365. Josh is carrying over goals. And Theoretical Accountability is making some big changes.
It’s time to be honest and see what Josh and Joe accomplished (or failed to accomplish) over the last 12 weeks. The results are mostly dumpster fires with occasional kittens sprinkled on top.
Josh is making last minute changes. Joe has a theory on goal-setting. And season two isn’t looking good as we hit the home stretch.
Josh is now a sitter. Joe got ripped off. And that means this episode goes into legal conversation and the woes of doing freelance work online.
Let’s just say Josh gets fired up this round. Thus, an explicit rating is required. In the end, we all need to learn how to work together on teams. Oh! And Josh invented a new rating.
Joe sabotaged Josh’s weight loss goal. He had to do something since he had dumpster fires and didn’t want to be alone in the fire.
Joe has lost all the good words. Josh is making a derivative of bacon. And goals were mentioned in here somewhere. Which means this is likely the backwards show.
Josh had a rough first recording. So they re-recorded this week’s episode in person. So the audio is a bit raw. Ignore it. Focus on the dumpster fires instead.
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?
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Joe has three thumbs up this week. It’s about time. Josh hates meetings but they both decide to contemplate their goals for the next round.
Josh and Joe are blaming their wives for various things. That’s not always wise but they have a plan forward regardless.
Although Joe doesn’t like audiobooks, he has created them. And Josh loves being frozen. There’s also a bit of a personal note in this one.
Joe is finally getting Discourse League back on track. And Josh has excellent intercellular water levels. Throw in an added goal and a tweaked goal and the week is complete.
Josh finished up one of his goals! And that means this show has a lot of conversation about Ignite Minneapolis.
Ignite time is here and Josh is getting nervous. And Joe will be there to make sure he doesn’t screw it up. But all-in-all their goals on getting back on track.
The parenting questions continue while Joe struggles to do anything on his goals and Josh preps for his Ignite talk.
Raising kids is hard. And sometimes a bad experience for your child invokes a guttural and passionate response by the parent. Thus, Josh’s tirades.
Joe had to (almost) double his development rates. Josh keeps trying to do math. It doesn’t go as well as expected.
Joe has not seen Star Wars. Josh likes to make bacon. And somehow in the midst of diversions, they manage to discuss their goals for the next 12 weeks.