A strategy for dealing with the hardest tasks - The Podcast May 2018

The Podcast is a weekly conversation between Michael (our CEO) and Radek (Nozbe VP Apple.) In May, our hosts discussed how to approach the hardest type of task and how to spend money. Read on and choose which episode you want to listen to boost your efficiency.

145: Don’t say that

A real snapshot of how Michael and Radek work together. Michael is working on a presentation about remote work for the infoShare conference, and they iterate on the draft, together, live.

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144: Staring at a blank canvas

A strategy for dealing with the hardest kind of tasks. Hint: it’s not by trying to make it 100% right in one go.

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143: How to spend money

Exploring the domain of personal finance: analyzing your spending, how to save money efficiently, why (saving on things you don’t care about so you can spend on things you do), and Michael’s rant on young people.

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142: Aliens among us

Questioning the format, purpose, length, and need for the semi-annual Nozbe Reunion — the only time when our remote company is in one physical location. More learning from our mistakes, old and new. And how to let go.

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Habits, systems, and reminders are crucial, but it is possible to go too far and end up hoarding them. Every now and then, it’s worth questioning which are really essential, and which no longer serve a purpose; what can be removed, simplified, automated, or delegated.

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