The TasCast Show
About This Show
Basically, here Anastasios Pardalis is sharing his insights in entrepreneurship, marketing, innovation, ideas generation, motivation. From time to time we have a guest speaker and a person to interview on the show. If you want to talk and appear on the show let us know.
Most Recent Episode
The Shower Lifehack Day One
[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HnINCD1M0Ho[/embed] Hello hello listeners from all over the world. Thank you for being patient and continue listening to my podcast even during a period without much new content creation and thank you very much for your support and kind words. Above you can see the video from my new podcast episode in the form of Vlog and at the end of the post you can find the podcast. As always you can listen to my podcast on iTunes and Stitchers as well as Lybsin. I’m changing my approach from simply having guessed onto the show to me creating short episodes, blogs, and even a vlog, yes a vlog so you can put a face to my voice if you want to. I’ll continue talking about life hacks, motivation, marketing..as well as some experiments that I’ll do to become more productive, energetic and organised. So without further ado, in this episode, I want to talk about the 90 seconds shower hack. Yes, you heard right, a shower hack. Yesterday I read a post on LinkedIn, posted by the Entrepreneur Media account, written by Phil Dumontet, Founder, and CEO of DASHED about a morning shower trick that can energize you for your work day. I did not know Phil or his company Dashed before I read this post so let me note here, you can see why content and guest posting are powerful inbound marketing techniques. Dashed is a food delivery service in the Northeast United States, delivering food from the best restaurants in the Northeast. I will probably never use this service as I have never been to the USA but any of you listeners out there might use it. With that being said, Phil talks suggests that when you reach the end of your morning shower turn the water to the coldest temperature possible for 30 seconds, then to the hottest possible for 30 seconds, and then finish with another 30 seconds with the coldest temperature possible. He did a very nice job explaining that if you simply take a shower it will help you relax, and in fact taking a shower is recommended as a technique that helps you go to bed at night. But adding the temperature changes at the end and making sure that you always finish with cold water will energize you. So I’ve tried it this morning for