46-50 Fin­ish the Job

Im­prove your odds of getting through your lis­ten­ing list with these high-pow­ered pro­duc­tiv­ity pod­casts

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HOW I BUILT THIS

Guy Raz, host of the Ted Ra­dio Hour (see page 81), quizzes the up­per ech­e­lons of the busi­ness world – such as James Dyson and Richard Bran­son – about their em­pires. Sit­ting on a great idea? This show will get you mov­ing.

THE AC­CI­DEN­TAL CRE­ATIVE

Whether you cre­ate for a liv­ing, man­age artis­tic tem­per­a­ments or use the term as a eu­phemism for “prone to pro­cras­ti­na­tion”, Todd Henry – the “arms dealer for the cre­ative revo­lu­tion” – will in­spire you.

GETTING THINGS DONE

Hailed as “the defin­ing self-help busi­ness book of its time” by Time, David Allen’s Getting Things Done has even be­come an ini­tial­ism: GTD. This pod­cast ver­sion sup­ports your prac­tice with es­sen­tial ad­vice.

HBR IDEACAST

Har­vard Busi­ness Re­view is a hot­bed of in­no­va­tion, and its pod­cast – un­like much of its con­tent – is free. Fea­tur­ing “the lead­ing thinkers in busi­ness and man­age­ment”, many episodes come in at un­der 20 min­utes – a sound in­vest­ment.

EAT SLEEP WORK RE­PEAT

The side hus­tle of Twit­ter’s Euro­pean vice-pres­i­dent Bruce Dais­ley, a dis­arm­ingly chummy Brum­mie, the num­ber-one busi­ness pod­cast on itunes looks at pro­duc­tiv­ity through the lens of work­place cul­ture and hap­pi­ness.

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