Deep Questions with Cal Newport
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Ep. 241: The Virality Trap
Ep. 240: Disciplined Laziness
Ep. 239: On Time and Stress
Ep. 238: The Joys of the Reading Life
Ep. 237: Reimagining the Internet
Ep. 236: Hacking Remote Work
Ep. 235: Is Productivity Overrated?
Ep. 234: Ambition without Burnout
Ep. 233: Escaping Your Tyrannical Inbox
Ep. 232: The Lumberjack Paradox
Ep. 231: Fight Burnout with Work Cycles
Ep. 230: How Well Are You Living?
Ep. 229: Developing Discipline
Ep. 228: A World Without Busyness
Ep. 227: Visions of the Deep Life?
Ep. 226: The Productivity Dragon
Ep. 225: Should I Become A Thriller Writer? (w/ J.T. Ellison)
Ep. 224: A World Without Twitter?
Ep. 223: Could This Meeting Have Been An Email?
Ep. 222: Did Cavemen Use To-Do Lists?
I think this has the best discussion about "how" you need to start your realistic time block planning. Face the productivity dragon, accept you may need more time than you are currently allowing for job demands than you may be assigning at present and are then going over the time you want to be working; effectively sacrificing you spare time.
can you make an app/website rather than a time block planner book... like the one similar to toggle but a it bit more flexible
just a note, Patrick Rothfuss wrote Name of the Wind, not Sanderson.
Cal, can we get transcripts of these Podcasts in the description? If so, i would really appreciate it.
The timestamps don't match the audio...
Don't let them have one in the first place
the quidditch shade lmao
Library Work 31:51
i really like the ig for artists' idea
another great episode
i think im the first listener of this episode. thanks for your content
01:01:46 this part about the need for two clashing theories is very interesting! Noticing where this does not apply could help to discourage dogma in so many places.
Another practical episode and I particularly liked the focus on prioritisation and even the radicalisation slot at the end.
Honestly impressed by how good his advice on marriage was
There is always loads to think about whenever I listen to Cal. He's so insightful. I'm already reaping personal benefits from putting into practice what I hear so encourage others to listen if you want to boost personal productivity.
Another excellent episode today! The segment on daily vs. weekly planning has given me a lot to consider when it comes to how I plan out my time as I look to boost productivity.
When he said "don't get me started" about tiktok, I really wanted to hear the rest of what he had to say 🤣
Great episode today. Reducing friction in my productivity is something I'm definitely pursuing and this podcast has a lot to offer.
tik tok is brain poison. 😆😆💯💯