Beyond Busy is a podcast by Graham Allcott of Think Productive, author of How to be a Productivity Ninja. In this show, he interviews people from all walks of life about productivity, work/life balance, happiness and success.
The Commando Mindset, with Ben Williams
Former marine Ben Williams discusses leadership, performance, and his work with the England football team.
How to stop trying to do everything, with Oliver Burkeman
Author and Guardian columnist Oliver Burkeman shares his thoughts on the attitudes towards productivity and happiness.
How to have the energy, with Colette Heneghan
In the wake of the re-release of Graham and Colette’s book on nutrition for better, more sustained productivity, the two authors discuss how the project came to be.
> I was making bad choices on a regular basis
Colette describes how her busy international career left no room for her to consider diet, and sapped her energy leaving her saying no to things she otherwise would have wanted to say yes to. This realisation led her to retrain as a nutritionist, leaving her former career behind.
> The title was broken
Graham describes how the previous incarnation of the book was difficult to position within the market, despite readers finding it to be a “hidden gem”.
> Choose how you want to feel
The first point in the book’s nine-point plan empowers us to make choices as to what we eat and drink.
> Eat the rainbow
By having a broader range of colours on our plate, we eat a broader range of nutrients, which is a factor that will improve our dietary health, so Colette describes how “each colour has different gifts to give us”.
Graham Allcott is the founder of time management training company Think Productive.
This podcast is produced by Radio Burrito.
How Spies Think, with Sir David Omand
Intelligence gathering, good decision-making and acting under a crisis, with a former GCHQ Director.
The productivity of kindness, with Christina Kisley
Business baddies, kind leaders, and making space for what matters, with Christina Kisley.
Redundancy and getting un-stuck, with Eleanor Tweddell
The founder of Another Door talks passionately about her experience of redundancy, and how that led her to found her company and write her book.
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Great honest authentic podcast discussing productivity in an honest manner
Informal and relatable
Graham has managed to ask deep, insightful questions without making the podcast too heavy to listen to. You're able to get on the same level as the people he's chatting with and realise not everybody has figured it out yet!
This might be the greatest podcast of all time.
If you like productivity chat but you want it to sound a bit more real, then this is for you.