This is the 2point5, a podcast that connects innovators through conversations.Carl Pullein loves to create himself and sees time management as a tool to achieve the things that are important in life. With his work, including his COD system, he is reducing the complexity of systems such as GTD Getting Things Done because he has "an allergy to complexity". This episode is for innovators that want to get things done.Find Carl Pullein on his website, Apple Podcast and Youtube.If you have liked the show, give it a review on Podchaser.Find the full show notes on The 2pt5 website.The 2pt5 - conversations connecting innovators podcast is hosted in Baden-Württemberg, Germany by Klaus Reichert.
Carl Pullein - Getting Organized After 50 Inside Science & Technology Interview Series Welcome to the Not Old Better Show. I’m Paul Vogelzang and this is episode #336. As part of our Science & Technology interview series, we are speaking with author, productivity and management coach, and technology expert, Carl Pullein. Carl Pullein’s mantra is that he helps people get important things done. Carl Pullein has been doing this work for over 20 years, and Carl Pullein likes to say, “Building a life of joy and happiness begins with knowing what you want to achieve and creating a plan to go out and achieve it.” Whether you’re starting your second act, downsizing, repairing a home, helping your extended family, sorting through eventualities, an expert, in the flesh, such as Carl Pullein, will bring order to chaos, prioritizing important items, clearing your mind and your living area of clutter that can eliminate focus on getting things done. Please join me in welcoming to The Not Old Better Show via internet phone, Carl Pullein. To learn more about Carl Pullein, please check out: https://carlpullein.com For more information about The Not Old Better Show, please go to https://notold-better.com
Episode 49 features Carl Pullein. He is a sought after and renowned productivity and life management coach. Carl has over 25 years of experience and has helped thousands of people around the world get better at managing their time and become more productive using a simple system and the technology they carry around with them every day. Originally from Leeds in the United Kingdom, Carl has lived and worked in Seoul, South Korea since 2002. Carl knows what it is like to feel overwhelmed by work and distractions. He has developed strategies and systems to get the tasks done. Carl is the author of three productivity and time management books including the popular Your Digital Life and Your Digital Life 2.0. During this episode, Carl chats about mastering productivity and why he's on a mission to help one million people to become better at time management and be more productive by 2020. To learn more about Carl's productivity resources visit http://www.carlpullein.com.
This week on the show we talk to productivity coach Carl Pullein. We discuss his own productivity tools ( Todoist and Evernote), how and why they work for him and also what are the common challenges he faces when mentoring or coaching clients. How he devised his own productivity map and what to do when you fall off the wagon.
Carl also shares his one tip to making productivity work for you.
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On this episode of the podcast, I spoke with Carl Pullein. Carl is a personal productivity specialist, presenter and author of Your Digital Life and Working With Todoist: The Book. We spoke about the term “productivity,” how to get the most out of applications and more.
Here are a few highlights from the show:
What productivity means
Why it's so important to capture quickly
How culture affects perspective and productivity
What "hard edges" are and why it's so important to productivity
Using tools for their designed purpose
The problem with having too many choices
Why it can be great to stick with one app that has a specific purpose
Why approach is more important that application
We tend to overcomplicate applications
Your Digital Life & Working with Todoist
How to Turbo-Charge Your Productivity by Using Hard Edges and Single Apps
You Have a Choice and That's the Problem
Why the Front End Work is Essential if You Want to be Productive
I hope you enjoy this episode. Thanks for listening!