In episode #1021, we discuss how to get the most done without actually working. Tune in to hear the secret to being productive without actually producing anything yourself.
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TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
- [00:27] Today’s Topic: The Optimal Way to Get the Most Done in a Day Without Working
- [01:05] We have a friend whose job it is to tell people what to do, but not actually to do anything himself.
- [01:26] Eric spent his whole day on an iPad and was able to delegate.
- [01:45] We are both more efficient on an iPad than a desktop.
- [02:10] Neil was doing tasks that he didn’t need to do, when he could have delegated.
- [02:50] Frame is a great place to get feedback on videos.
- [04:48] Neil still does push notifications, but he knows he should delegate.
- [05:05] Basically, delegate everything and you won’t have to do anything.
- [06:10] Puffin is a great app that will give your iPad a desktop format/view.
- [07:08] That’s it for today!
- [07:16] Don’t forget to check out Single Grain for more info about our free live event in June.
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