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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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Jun 14, 2018

his episode is brought to you by Ingenius.

Email is something we love to hate, but since it is necessary for most of us, how can you make it easier for the people to whom you are sending messages and improve your likelihood of getting a response?

  • Tips on making your emails more respond-able
  • How to ask questions in...


May 30, 2018

This episode is brought to you by D365UG.

Matthew gives Joel productivity tips for his new Android phone, we discuss Microsoft Teams and how Matthew uses a personal team to organize his life, and we revisit Onetastic and some of the macros for OneNote.

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  • Remove your phone number from iMessage: 


May 17, 2018

This episode is brought to you by Maplytics by Inogic.

Being busy does not equal productive, but we all have times that are super busy. How do you keep productive and make progress on your personal goals during very busy times?

  • Taking time for training/learning while busy
  • Maintaining relationships while...


Apr 25, 2018

This episode is sponsored by Ingenius.

Today on ProdCast Matthew and Joel talk about minimalism--what is it, and how can it help you be more productive? And not only in reducing unnecessary possessions, but also digital decluttering.

We also discuss strategies for reading books productively--how should you approach...


Apr 11, 2018

This episode is sponsored by Maplytics by Inogic.

Matthew C. Anderson is joined by special guest host Shawn Tabor to talk about password managers. What’s more productive: sticky notes, notebooks, or apps like KeePass and LastPass?

Matthew also gets Shawn’s take on the following...