About two years ago, I said to myself “I think I’d like to create a podcast”. I then spent 18 months doing pretty much nothing to progress that thought. But four months ago, I took action. Given all the research I’ve been doing around the science of how to create the perfect workday, I was keen to hear about how some of the world’s leading innovators structured theirs.
I thought that starting a podcast would be relatively easy. Surely all you needed was a microphone and some guests? Turns out I massively underestimated what was involved (which is the topic for another post…).
Workload aside, I am very excited to launch “How I Work”, a podcast about the tactics used by leading innovators to get so much out of their day. So far, I’ve had some super interesting chats with people like Adam Grant (author of Originals, Option B, and Give and Take), Matt Mullenweg (co-founder of WordPress and Automattic), Amanda Palmer (rockstar), and several others.
I’d love to ask a couple of favours if you are up for it:
1. Subscribe to the podcast in iTunes
2. If you like what you hear, give it a review (maybe five stars?) and leave a comment – doing this will help other people find it.
3. Share it with others that you think would like it.
And I’d love to hear any feedback you have on it at firstname.lastname@example.org