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

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Summary

It's time for another podcast episode and this week, I am joined by Dr. Mark Lavercombe - a respiratory and sleep medicine physician from Melbourne, Australia. He is also a senior lecturer at The University of Melbourne and writes about productivity, clinical education, and leadership at The Productive Physician.

Show Notes

On this episode of the podcast, I spoke with Dr. Mark Lavercombe. Mark is a specialist physician and medical educator, who writes on productivity, clinical education and leadership at The Productive Physician. We spoke about how he defines productivity, how he became passionate about productivity, how he sets boundaries and more.

Here are a few highlights from the show:

  • Why misdiagnoses are common
  • Know why you are doing something is essential
  • How good assumptions can actually lead to bad habits (such as leaving email open)
  • The balance between being reactive and proactive
  • Identifying what you want to achieve as well as why you want to achieve it
  • Linking motivation with the emotional and intellectual basis for goals helps clarify thinking
  • Making time for yourself
  • Setting boundaries according to rules that you establish

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I hope you enjoy this episode. Thanks for your support and I'll see you again soon for a new bonus episode!

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.