The Productivityist Podcast: A Time Management and Personal Productivity Talk Show

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Summary

On this episode of the podcast, I spoke with Craig Kulyk. Craig writes about how to customize your morning to build better habits and be more productive.

Show Notes

On this episode of the podcast, I spoke with **Craig Kulyk**. Craig writes about how to customize your morning to build better habits and be more productive. We spoke about intentionality, how routines set the tone for the day, how you can shift and adapt your rituals over time and more. 

Here are a few highlights from the show:
  • The power of routines
  • Building constraints (or you find yourself eating too many cookies)
  • Starting points at building a routine
  • The idea of sunk costs
  • The role fear of missing out (FOMO) plays in our decision-making process
  • Establishing breathing room or space into your mornings
  • Questions to ask that are causing challenges in your morning routine
  • Planning your day
  • The power of small changes
  • Different things Craig has tried in his morning routine such as meditation, fasting, etc.
  • Craig's experience with the Tribe Conference
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What is The Productivityist Podcast: A Time Management and Personal Productivity Talk Show?

Hosted by productivity strategist Mike Vardy, The Productivityist Podcast is a weekly show that discusses tips, tools, tactics, and tricks that are designed to help you take your productivity, time management, goals, to do lists, habits, and workflow to new heights - both at work and at home. If you're looking to focus your efforts on getting the right things done and start living the good life, then this weekly conversational podcast – crafted in the tradition of Slate's Working, Back to Work, and HBR IdeaCast – is for you.