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Remote Work Q&A, Part 2

This part may be even better than Part 1. Love the commentary on shared calendars and documenting over meetings.

https://share.transistor.fm/s/2a0efd93

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Remote Work Q&A, Part 1

Great podcast on the transition to remote work from some of the guys that have been doing it for years. Strongly recommend anyone working remotely, especially managers or “leaders”, listen.

https://share.transistor.fm/s/afeec331

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Schooling – The Minimalists Podcast

You have to listen to this! If you don’t think you have time, start at 45 minutes. T.K. Coleman makes some great points.

Schooling – The Minimalists Podcast

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Moments That Change Lives with Dan Heath

Love the idea of creating peak experiences. In fact, I’m reading the book now.

The EntreLeadership Podcast: #259: Dan Heath—Moments That Change Lives

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This Week in Tech 663 Reasonably Miserable

You need to listen to this Twit episode.

This Week in Tech 663 Reasonably Miserable | TWiT.TV

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What The Future Holds… (How to Use Physics to Predict the Future) with Michio Kaku

Probably more questions than answers, but still very interesting.

338 – Michio Kaku: What The Future Holds… (How to Use Physics to Predict the Future) – Altucher Confidential

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Become an overnight success in 10 short years

Everyone should listen to this podcast, but especially anyone just starting out.

Become an overnight success in 10 short years

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Surviving the Unthinkable

You never like to think it could happen, but it’s always a good idea to be prepared.

310: Tim Larkin: Surviving the Unthinkable

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Herding Tigers

Loved this Entreleadership podcast, and the book sounds like it could be interesting as well.

243: Todd Henry—Be the Leader Creatives Need

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Cousins Maine Lobster – Pushing Past Fear

Great episode on risk, entrepreneurship, and bootstrapping.

#257: Cousins Maine Lobster—Pushing Past Fear

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