Valiant Growth: Earn Self-Esteem, Build Amazing Relationships and Achieve Freedom through Radical Personal Development
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Valiant Growth is a podcast on personal development that empowers you to earn self-esteem, build amazing relationships and achieve freedom!
Self improvement is a varied field, and topic choices reflect on that: from personal finances and productivity to relationships, the podcast provides actionable, in-depth strategies to build an amazing life.
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0050 - How To Make Your Productivity System Easy To Run - with Jake Desyllas
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So you’ve followed the advice my previous talk with Jake Desyllas and set up your own basic productivity system. You know that a system like that is not a pedantic badge of honour, but is in fact the best way to add actions to your ideals - to LIVE your values. You also know the three components of any successful productivity system: Capture: Get things out of your head Review: Check everything regularly Organize: Put things in their right place You probably are in a happy place - so allow me to flame some dissatisfaction. At this phase, your system can be quite clumsy. That means more effort. More effort is more fragility - will you be able to keep things going when you a hit a lower motivation cycle? I've invited Jake Desyllas of The Voluntary Life podcast once again to help us sharpen the edges of this new set of tools we are building together. Make Your Reviews Easier How do you make sure everything's covered in your weekly review? And how do you make sure you actually do it? A Handy Checklist Going through these steps will give you the confidence that you aren't missing anything: 1. Clear the decks Get all the emails, text messages (known as Inbox 0) and social media that slipped through. Everything relevant must be in your capture system (notebook, index cards, Evernote etc.) before you start. Remove old notes from the system itself if needed. 2. Look at your projects list A project is anything composed of more than one step. It's really helpful to keep