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93 - Productivity Tools & Hacks for Side Hustlers (with Shawn Razek)

93 - Productivity Tools & Hacks for Side Hustlers (with Shawn Razek)

There’s only so much time in the day when you’re side hustling…

So leverage every moment using tools that actually help you, rather than distract you from what needs to get done.  My guest today, Shawn Razek, is an electrical engineer, aspiring entrepreneur and productivity hacker who’ll show you a thing or two about productivity tools.

51 - Corporate's Perspective on Hacking Corporate (with David Lee)

51 - Corporate's Perspective on Hacking Corporate (with David Lee)

How does a Corporate Executive feel about hacking corporate?

My goal for this interview was to understand how to approach a corporate Executive with a proposal that would provide you, my listeners, the ability to escape your cubicle, and gain the freedom and autonomy you desire in an office setting, and how to negotiate such an arrangement.

What you’ll hear may surprise you!

49 - Making Corporate Life Work for You (with Laura McClellan)

49 - Making Corporate Life Work for You (with Laura McClellan)

A living example of how to lead an exceptional life in corporate and at home.

Laura McClellan is a lawyer, a writer, a productivity enthusiast, a self-proclaimed tech geek, who’s also the host of an award-nominated podcast about productivity for busy women, The Productive Woman podcast

48 - Conquering Corporate Time Demands (with Francis Wade)

48 - Conquering Corporate Time Demands (with Francis Wade)

Time management is hard, especially in a busy corporate environment.  Fortunately my man Francis Wade has made it his personal mission to make time management improvements easy for people, everywhere, forever.

You're going to enjoy this presentation of The Make it Snappy Productivity Show, I guarantee it!

47 - Escaping Your Cubicle & Other Office Hacks (via Blab)

47 - Escaping Your Cubicle & Other Office Hacks (via Blab)

You can become skilled at escaping your cubicle and hacking the stuffy office environment.  Hacking corporate isn’t unethical or illegal, but there’s a right way to do it, and a wrong way.
The right way is to FIRST serve the company, then (and only then) you can think about serving your own interests.  There are a ton of layers associated with hacking Corporate, but every successful corporate hacker knows it’s a marathon, not a sprint.