The Get-it-Done Guy's Quick and Dirty Tips to Work Less and Do More is a celebration of, well, getting things done. Join host Stever Robbins to learn how to be more productive at work and at home, and have more fun while doing it.
Most people think of productivity as doing stuff faster. It isn't. In this podcast, we find ways to do things better, and really dig into what's even worth doing in the first place. You can act on the tips immediately, whether they're about details such as labeling your files, or about the big picture of your life, such as finding ways to collaborate with colleagues, friends, and family so you work together helping everyone reach their goals.
We choose topics requested by readers, and will cover topics including:
- How do you decide what to do and what to drop when you're overwhelmed?
- How do you recapture three days a year by using voicemail more wisely?
- How do you keep a project moving ahead?
- What's the best way to learn so you never make the same mistake twice?
- How do you balance work, play, and life?
About Stever Robbins
Stever Robbins is a successful entrepreneur, Harvard MBA, and MIT grad whose mission is helping people reach their dreams and be happy doing it. He loves productivity, in the service of fun. A veteran of nine startups, including FTP Software, Intuit, and HEAR Music, he authored "It Takes a Lot More than Attitude" and speaks on leadership, entrepreneurship, culture, and persuasion. As CEO of Stever Robbins, Inc., he coaches executives in building stronger businesses, careers, and lives.
He works with younger and emerging business leaders by mentoring high- school students through Junior Achievement, serving as career coach and business plan judge at Harvard Business School, and participating in Boston's "Principal for a Day" program. He is a former Big Brother of America.
In his spare time, Stever's hobbies include comedy improv, swing dancing, NLP, singing, interactive theater, Ericksonian hypnosis, and strategy board games. He's learning guitar and is very happy to announce he can play "E." The note, not the chord.
To book a lecture event with Stever Robbins, contact Macmillan Speakers.
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