★ Interviews with wildly interesting people about analog things, analog strategies and tools. ★ Solo episodes about self-improvement, self-help and self-actualization. ★ It's a lot, but I promise it will be fun :) ★
Carl Pullein (https://www.carlpullein.com/) is a productivity and time management coach who has helped thousands of people around the world to get better at managing their time and become more productive using technology they carry around every day.Topics from Podcast #6:How did Carl's career path look like - why didn't he end up as an attorney and finally decided to become a productivity coach?
Why did Carl start to teach English in Asia - for what reasons has he chosen to live in Korea?
How does technology affect our productivity - what tools do we need to plan our organization system?
What are the reasons to start a digital detox - is it necessary in today's world? -
Why has Carl chosen Todoist (https://todoist.com/) as his task manager tool?
How does Carl's organization system look like - what strategies he uses in order to increase his productivity?
Carl's morning routine - what kind of journaling does Carl prefer?
Why has Carl decided to exercise daily - what are the benefits of being active?
How to find inner motivation and set measurable goals - why constancy is a must-have when you are willing to succeed?
What is the definition of failure - is it always such a bad thing or is it just our perception?
What is the one analog thing that Carl would have chosen?
Why you shouldn't consider quitting your current job? Don't change your job until you hear about these 3 reasons.
Why you shouldn't consider quitting your current job? Don't change your job until you hear about these 3 reasons.Topics from Podcast #5:Outsourcing the control over your feelings. You should be the person who is in control of your own thoughts and emotions - don't make them dependent on external factors.
Discomfort = growth. The fact that you are feeling unwell in a situation is an opportunity for a change. Discomfort might stimulate your development.
You have not explored all the options. You should check all the opportunities that the job offers and then make a reasonable choice.
You are responsible for your own life experiences.
Greg Albrecht - Albrecht&Partners
(https://gregalbrecht.io) is the guest of today's episode. Greg is an executive advisor and strategist, a coach, an investor, and a co-founder at Albrecht&Partners. We are going to talk about how to use coaching to improve business capability and also about all the analog things that are not technically related.Topics from Podcast #4:What has Greg's path looked like - did he always know that he will become a coach and an advisor?
At what point did Greg decide that he needs to find a coach for his personal development - how did it affect his life?
What is the difference between psychotherapy and coaching - how to choose the best option for yourself?
Is there a certain cause that more and more people need therapy and coaching nowadays - how does the availability and awareness of these tools affect it?
What are Greg's favorite strategies that he uses in helping people to rearrange their lives - what kind of technics Greg applies as a coach?
Why exploring is a good tactic for coaching - how the details of the situation can give you the answers you need?
How to deal with people who are not ready for a change - how to balance between opportunity and stability?
How meditation can affect your personal and business life - what kind of benefits can you expect?
Is it possible to use technology wisely - what are the upsides and downsides of using the internet?
What are Greg's favorite analog rituals - what kind of productivity tools does Greg use?
Why law firm employees need life coaching like oxygen?
Why law firm employees are in a deep need for life coaching? I'm going to share observations based on my 16 years of career experience in the legal industry.
Working in a law firm is a very challenging job - the hierarchy structure of the law firms is complicated. The law firm employees are under a lot of stress because of the high expectations of their clients.
Law firms are poorly organized, which manifests itself in making bad organization decisions. Partners of law firms often feel that they are experts in every field.
The resistance to the digital transformation - we could experience it during the pandemic when we had the chance to work remotely.
Law firms don't react to bullying behaviors and miscommunications between the employees - there is a diffusion of responsibility.
Multiplying exceptions over exceptions - it is difficult to understand the company values and culture.
The decisions made in the law firms are usually made out of fear and under pressure - those choices don't harmonize with the long-term strategy.
Feel free to join a life coaching community that I'm creating – we will be talking about improving our lives.
Life is always 50/50
How life is never uniquely happy or uniquely sad - it's our decision on how to see events in our lives and how we feel about them.
Let yourself feel emotions - our emotions serve a wide variety of purposes - even those negative ones play an important role in our life.
Even negative events in our lives can turn into changes that will lead you to better alternatives. You might finally find the time to do things you always wanted.
Exercise for today: write down the situations in your life that were difficult but also turned out positively.
Share your experience with me in the comments.
Feel free to book a coach session with me - a discovery call. Let's find out if we are a good match for each other.
What this podcast is about?
In this episode I tell you why I have decided to finally publish a podcast in English and what this podcast will be about. There will be 4 main themes or sections of this podcast, all of which I describe in this episode. If you want to contact me feel free to write an email at email@example.com Talk to you soon!