On this episode of the show, I speak with New York Times best-selling author Dan Schawbel. Dan is the author of Back to Human: How Great Leaders Create Connection in the Age of Isolation and the host of the 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel podcast. He's also Partner and Research Director at Future Workplace, and the Founder of both Millennial Branding and WorkplaceTrends.com.
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Dan and I have a history back when I was the Managing Editor of Lifehack and while we've never spoken prior to this episode, we were able to jump into a lively conversation about using technology as a bridge to more human conversations rather than making it a barrier, how technology can also help deepen relationships, the importance of getting out to events and gatherings that push your comfort zones, and more.
- Back to Human: How Great Leaders Create Connection in the Age of Isolation | Dan Schawbel
- The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains | Nicholas Carr
- How our 269 billion emails a day have made us miserable | Fast Company
- Introduction to Back to Human [FREE DOWNLOAD]
- The Back to Human Office Party [Comedy Sketch] | YouTube
- "5 Questions with Dan Schawbel" podcast
- Dan's Website
Thanks for listening and I'll see you next time. Until then, keep moving things forward!
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.