Mike Vardy is a husband, father, writer, speaker, and productivity strategist (or “productivityist” for short).
In addition to being the founder and chief writer at Productivityist, he continues to contribute guest articles to several blogs on the topic of productivity, time, and task management. He has served as Managing Editor at Lifehack, and as an editor at The Next Web and WorkAwesome.
Along with his written work, he has given talks on productivity and technology, including a TEDx talk, a panel at SXSW, and facilitating a three-day workshop for creativeLIVE. He currently hosts The Productivityist Podcast, a weekly show that examines personal productivity and tactical approaches to work and life.
In this episode, Mike and I chat about:
- Theming your days
- Using modes to batch your work more effectively
- Productivity myths
- Morning and evening routines
- Stacking habits and routines
- Respecting boundaries and saying no
Links mentioned in the episode:
The 5 Zeros You Should Achieve Every Day to Give You Peace of Mind
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