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Best Robert Plotkin podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Robert Plotkin podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Robert Plotkin, co-creator of the “Hack Your Mind” series at MIT, explores the intersection between the practice of mindfulness and the use of technology in the modern age on the Technology For Mindfulness Podcast. Show notes can be found at TechnologyForMindfulness.com/, and you can also follow us at https://twitter.com/TechForMindful and https://www.facebook.com/TechnologyForMindfulness/. Come back often and feel free to subscribe in iTunes or add the Technology For Mindfulness Podcast to ...
 
Hi, I'm Paul. This is my podcast where I teach people about productivity, business and self-improvement. I'm completely obsessed with productivity, automation, optimising my time and income so I can live on my terms. I now earn a living as a “virtual consultant” and love sharing what I've learned about how to grow successful and productive businesses. Enjoy the show!
 
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In episode 71, Ashley Sumner joins us for a conversation about how to connect more with people throughout the world, face-to-face. Ashley is the CEO and Co-Founder of Quilt, an app that allows women anywhere to spark offline conversations that bring community together in a fun, safe, and intimate way. Throughout our conversation, you’re going to le…
 
When you’re met with a big goal, it’s easy to feel intimidated by the gap between where you are now and where you’re trying to get. Whether your goal is to lose weight or grow your business, overcoming this mental barrier is crucial to making progress and achieving your goals. Regardless of your goal or the new habit, you’re trying to form, start s…
 
We create to-do lists with the best of intentions; to plan our work so we can be more productive. But if we’re not careful, a task list can quickly become bloated, messy and overwhelming, making us feel guilty and less productive than before. As I’ve worked with more and more clients to help them with Asana, I’ve noticed some common task management…
 
In episode 70, Charlie Hartwell joins us for a conversation about scaling mindfulness technologies. Charlie is the managing partner of Bridge Builders Collaborative. He’s part of a group of successful investors who have invested in startup companies in the mental wellness, consciousness, and spirituality spaces. Throughout our conversation, Charlie…
 
Slower? You want to go slower, I hear you ask! Why is someone who writes about productivity talking about going slower? Don't worry, I'll explain everything in this episode! Show notes » https://paulminors.com/164 Download my productivity blueprint and learn the processes and tools I use to be more organised and achieve more in my business and home…
 
Whenever I’ve worked with customers who tell me they have ‘too much to do’ or they’re feeling overwhelmed, I usually find they haven’t created processes that help them to do their work. Without a process, it’s very easy to get lost and confused in all the work that you’re doing. It’s like trying to navigate without a map, you’re basically just gues…
 
In episode 69, Dr. Wayne Pernell joins us to talk about realigning actions with intent. As a Global Executive Coach, Wayne brings a suite of resources, training and coaching to lift people up to reach their highest potential of productivity, personal effectiveness, and fulfillment. Throughout our conversation, Dr. Wayne Pernell shares his story for…
 
We all want to be happy, right? But the trouble with pursuing happiness is that it’s so vague. Happiness comes from so many things. For example, feeling fulfilled by how we spend our time, removing stress and conflict from our lives, from relationships and feelings of contentment. If I just tell you to “be happy” that’s not very helpful. Instead, y…
 
Most people need consistency more than they need intensity. Show notes » paulminors.com/161 Download my productivity blueprint and learn the processes and tools I use to be more organised and achieve more in my business and home life. You'll also get my FREE 3-part video training series where I'll explain 1) 4 simple steps to supercharge your produ…
 
In episode 68, Marygrace Sexton, Natalie Sexton & Bethany Baker join us to talk about their organization: A-GAP. This nonprofit organization hosts events called reprieves, where people learn to recalibrate their relationships with technology in both their work lives and personal lives. Throughout our conversation, the A-GAP team shares their origin…
 
When I meet new people and tell them that I run a one-man consulting business, I often get asked how I'm going to "scale" my business. I usually respond by saying that I don’t want to scale. I explain that I’m making good money that supports my wife, son and I and that hiring employees would add a lot of stress and responsibility to the business. K…
 
Happy new year! It’s that time of year again. A time to set goals and make change. You’re probably thinking: “This is MY year! This is the year I’m finally going to … (fill in the blank)”. You’ve probably already read a load of blog posts about how to plan your goals and “succeed” in 2020. Show notes » paulminors.com/159 Download my productivity bl…
 
In this special episode, Robert Plotkin closes out 2019 by unpacking some helpful tips for developing healthy digital habits that you can cultivate in the coming year and decade. He provides strategies and tips for engaging in deeply reflective practices to assess your relationship with technology and how to break free from the unhealthy technology…
 
In episode 66, Amy Giddon, Co-Founder and CEO of Daily Haloha, joins us for a conversation about her app that functions as an alternative to existing social media platforms. It provides a structure within to engage in social networking more mindfully. Throughout our conversation, Amy shares her personal story about what inspired her app. It all sta…
 
One of the reasons I love to track my time is because of the power you get from having an awareness of where your time goes. As 2019 comes to a close, I wanted to know how I’ve spent my time this year so I can make better choices going into 2020. And I thought it would be fun to share some of the insights with you. Enjoy this detailed summary of ho…
 
Recommended Tools » paulminors.com/157 Download my productivity blueprint and learn the processes and tools I use to be more organised and achieve more in my business and home life. You'll also get my FREE 3-part video training series where I'll explain 1) 4 simple steps to supercharge your productivity 2) common mistakes to avoid 3) the 10 product…
 
In this episode, Ariel Garten joins us for a conversation about how her company’s device, Muse, provides you with real-time feedback about your own internal state while you meditate. Muse is a brain-sensing headband that tracks your brain activity and uses sound as a stimulus to get your brain back to focusing on your breath. Throughout the convers…
 
This month marks 3 years since I left my full-time job to work exclusively on my own business. I can’t believe how fast the time has flown by and how much has changed in the last few years. I feel so privileged to be able to do what I do and I want to start by thanking you, dear reader (or listener), for allowing me to do what I do. My goal has alw…
 
A few months ago, I published a blog post titled: 10 Things I need to remind myself every day. I received a great response to this post and loads of people emailed me to say how useful the list was. Here’s a quick summary of the list (you can go back and read the post to learn more about each): Slow down You don't have to do everything right now Re…
 
In episode 64, Jay Vidyarthi joins us for a conversation centered around attention activism, including the value of just paying attention to your repetitive habits with technology. Jay Vidyarthi is a frequent speaker and educator on the topic of attention activism and mindfulness, with specific expertise on the user-experience and design aspects of…
 
In this episode of the Paul Minors Podcast, I interviewed a client of mine, Josh Krueger, all about his approach to automation and systemising your business. Josh is the founder and CEO of Dotcom Design, a web development and digital marketing agency. I've been working with Josh and his team since July, helping them to systemise their business usin…
 
If you’ve done any kind of reading or research into productivity, you’ve probably heard many times about the importance of saying no. Show notes » paulminors.com/153 Download my productivity blueprint and learn the processes and tools I use to be more organised and achieve more in my business and home life. You'll also get my FREE 3-part video trai…
 
In episode 63, Christina Crook joins us for a conversation about how to savor the experience of disconnecting from technology. Christina is the founder of JOMO: The Joy of Missing Out, where she helps people find balance in the digital world and connect with others again – outside of technology. In this episode, Christina starts by telling us the s…
 
Over the years through Technology for Mindfulness and as a teacher, martial artist, and technology developer, we’ve helped countless people learn how to become aware of, confront, and ultimately win their invisible wars with technology. We’ve worked with people from all walks of life. And from professionals to college students, the one group that I…
 
One of the reasons I think I’m able to be productive is because I’ve cultivated a “task-centric mindset”. As more and more stuff clogs up our mental inbox, it's easy to get overwhelmed with “too much to do”. This makes it harder to prioritise your time, good ideas can be forgotten about and you always feel like you’re trying to catch up on life. Ha…
 
In episode 62, Nina Hersher joins us for a conversation about finding a community focused on digital wellness. Nina is a co-founder of Digital Wellness Collective, a unique organization where people working together on digital health and wellbeing can collaborate with each other, meet one another, share experience, support each other, promote one a…
 
Today, I’d like to explain a little more about why I believe Bitcoin is the future and why I’m buying small amounts of Bitcoin each and every week. I’m writing this post for absolute beginners and people who have heard of Bitcoin who don’t understand it and want to learn more. My goal with this post is to pique your interest so you can go and do mo…
 
When we prioritise our time, we generally think of things in terms of importance or urgency. Having a list of non-negotiables is like having a set of rules that allows you to override anything important or urgent. This episode is sponsored by TextExpander. Show notes » paulminors.com/150 Download my productivity blueprint and learn the processes an…
 
In episode 61, Christina Malecka joins us for a conversation around how to implement a digital mindfulness retreat into your life, and why this will positively transform your relationship with technology. AS a Seattle-based psychotherapist, Christina has had a front-row seat to the emotional impact smartphones and social media have had on her clien…
 
I was recently asked by some of the members of my Slack group about my experiencing hiring and working with a virtual assistant (VA). Working with a VA is something I’m still fairly new to so I’m by no means an expert on the subject but here are my thoughts and tips on the experience so far. Show notes » https://paulminors.com/149 Download my produ…
 
In this episode of the Technology for Mindfulness Podcast, I wanted to cover some simple steps you can take in how you interact with technology to create positive change in your life. I've had other experiences in life where I had changed my own habitsI had control of myself and knew that it came down to how my mind and body reacted to the phone ri…
 
Asking yourself thought-provoking questions can be a great way of dealing with internal conflict and finding happiness. In this episode, I share three questions I try and ask myself on a semi-regular basis that I find help me to unload any stress I’m feeling and focus on the things that make me happy. Sometimes I simply think about these questions …
 
In episode 60, David Ryan Polgar joins us for an engaging conversation around the history of digital wellbeing and what it means to be human in the digital age. David takes a different approach to how people should combat oversharing personal data and addiction to technology. Instead of focusing on what we, as end-users, need to do to combat overus…
 
On today’s episode of the Technology For Mindfulness podcast, I’m going to share with you some of my own journey in grappling with stress and distraction from technology. In this episode, you will learn: How I’ve developed techniques and habits that I use to stay grounded and focused with my smartphone and other devices and how you can too How I de…
 
Every day we get bombarded by emails, ideas and incoming work requests. Some of these things may be worth your time but most of it probably isn’t. The trouble is that we’re social animals and love to please people. This is why we so often say ‘Yes’ to things we really shouldn’t be doing. Removing the word ‘maybe’ from your vocabulary and making qui…
 
In episode 59, Tracy Dennis-Tiwary joins us for a thoughtful discussion around how parent-child relationships are impacted by technology use. She dives into the details of how the human eyes have evolved to function in social settings, tracking eye movements and sharing gaze with others—and how technology can disrupt that communication. Dr. Tracy D…
 
Over the last few years of writing this blog and recording my podcast, I’ve repeated myself more than a few times. In this episode, I’d like to consolidate all the most common advice I seem to keep repeating into one place. I’ve included lots of links in the show notes in case you’d like to learn more about any of these ideas. Show notes » https://…
 
In this episode, I’d like to talk about some of my favourite products and the gear I use on a daily basis. Before I get into the list, I’ll start by saying that I try to be a very responsible consumer. In other words, I think carefully before I make a purchase and ask myself, “Do I really need this?”. I also like to purchase things that have a long…
 
In episode 58, Dr. Richard Chambers joins us for an engaging discussion about how he encourages and teaches people to experiment with their use of technology. In particular, he prompts them to pay attention to both how they feel subjectively when they are using technology in different ways, in different situations, and also how they feel when not u…
 
On the podcast this week I talk to Megan Yelaney who is a business coach and host of the Pretty Awkward Entrepreneur Podcast. I really enjoyed this interview and took away so many actionable tips of things I need to do or improve. In this episode, we talk about: An introduction to Megan and her background (2:50) Why the barriers to starting an onli…
 
This week I made one of the biggest changes I've ever made to my business. I switched email providers from Mailchimp to ConvertKit. While this may not seem like a big deal to some, I've been a Mailchimp user for the last 5 and a half years, it's become the #1 I interact with and grow my audience and by my estimate and I've sent around 15 million em…
 
In episode 57, Teodora Pavkovic—psychologist and parent coach focused on parenting in the age of technology—joins us for a discussion about how technology has impacted the relationship between parents and their children. Specifically, she talks about how, as children grow up, there’s a discrepancy between what mentoring and monitoring technology lo…
 
For years I was very stubborn when it came to working with other people. I was like: “Well, I don't want to grow so I’ll do everything myself”. And sure, in the beginning, it’s probably a good idea to do everything yourself so you can save money and learn more about different parts of the business. However, as I’ve grown I’ve learned that I can’t a…
 
On this episode of "Unlock The Power Of Your Mind" I have an AWESOME conversation with former Pro-Baseball player and Entrepreneur Ray Navarrete. Ray shares his the wins and the adversities he has faced both on and off the baseball diamond. Founder of Digmi clothing, Ray shares strategies with the listener on how to win in business and in life. Thi…
 
You’ve probably heard loads of advice about how to be more productive. Perhaps you’ve been told (probably by me) to block your tasks onto your calendar. Maybe you’ve tried the Pomodoro technique or the Getting Things Done (GTD) method. Some people will tell you to write down “three absolutes” for the day or week. These techniques are what I refer t…
 
In episode 56, Teru Clavel—author, speaker, and global mom—joins us for a discussion about world-class education for kids and the role that technology plays in the classroom. Together, we discuss the difference between learning with and without computers, tablets, and other forms of technology, and how that affects kids’ retention rates. Teru Clave…
 
I hear from people all the time who are confused about which tools to use and how they all fit together. In this day and age, most of us rely on a collection of tools and services to organise our tasks, plan our time and to actually do our work. However, things get tricky when you consider that some tools are quite similar and it's not always clear…
 
On this episode of Unlock The Power Of Your Mind I speak with Allison Manzi. Allison isa dedicated health and wellness professional who has a true passion for helping people. Allison realized early on in her professional fitness career that helping people to be the best version of themselves went far beyond the work that was done in the gym. This e…
 
On this episode of "Unlock The Power Of Your Mind" I speak with Robert Plotkin. Robert is an accomplished attorney, but I invited him on the show to discuss the incredible work that he is doing in the Mindfulness and Technology space. We all know in the world we live in today how easy it is for technology to disrupt our ability to concentrate, Robe…
 
On this episode of "Unlock The Power Of Your Mind" I speak with Dr. Larry Martin. Dr. Martin shares his unique history and story in the medical field. After being injured in an accident and looking for a productive use of his recovery time, Dr. Martin became an expert medical professional in Holistic Health and Wellness. In our conversation we disc…
 
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