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A podcast about personal productivity, getting more done with the time you have, avoiding procrastination, and being more efficient. We separate the hype from productivity tools and talk about ways to use your email and task list to become more productive.

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Dec 7, 2017

This episode is sponsored by Inogic.

In this episode of ProdCast, Matthew and Joel discuss writing--how to get started, what our writing processes are, and what tools we use.

Matthew recommends Scrivener, a great way to collect and organize your ideas and combine them into a document or blog post.

Joel shares a tip for...


Nov 23, 2017

This episode is sponsored by D365UG.

It's thanksgiving in the US, and we are celebrating with a grab bag of productivity tips.

  • Creating appointments from emails
  • Quick steps
  • Make your life easier when connecting to recurring meetings from your phone
  • Microsoft Teams
  • Productive cooking tips for Thanksgiving

This episode...


Nov 2, 2017

This weeks episode (sponsored by KingswaySoft) covers meetings you should have with yourself. Too often we let our schedules get dictated by others, it is important that we schedule focused time for specific purposes. We discuss what types of meetings you should have with yourself each week.

In "that's not productive,"...


Oct 30, 2017

In the latest episode of ProdCast (sponsored by Maplytics™ by Inogic), Matthew Anderson discusses how he developed the habit of journaling, and how it has helped him over the past decade. Topics discussed include:

  • Paper vs. digital
  • When to jornal
  • Work vs. personal jornaling
  • The benefits of handwriting
  • How to start...


Oct 30, 2017

In this episode (sponsored by KingswaySoft), Matthew C. Anderson and Joel Lindstrom discuss Evernote vs. Microsoft OneNote. While they may seem similar, there are differences between their approach to organization and how to optimally use them.

  • Which is better for work?
  • Which is better for personal notes?
  • Tagging and...