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

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Summary

On this episode of the podcast, I am joined by Eliot Wagonheim, a lawyer and the author of Fire, Aim…Ready: Management. We talk about partnerships, setting boundaries, and even touch on how improvisation can help you in your business.

Show Notes

On this episode of the podcast, I am joined by Eliot Wagonheim, a lawyer and the author of Fire, Aim…Ready: Management. We talk about partnerships, setting boundaries, and even touch on how improvisation can help you in your business.

Some of the takeaways from our conversation include:

  • The four key questions you need to ask before entering into a partnership or agreement.
  • How to make contracts that really work through storytelling.
  • Why saying “no” is extremely valuable, and it is extremely positive for a business to be able to say it.
  • The importance of stepping back. I believe it’s incredibly valuable and sometimes I’ve been guilty of overlooking it, particularly when things get frantic. But I think you have to have a number of devices to do that.

Relevant Links
Home – Farsighted Business
Farsighted Business Podcast
Fire, Aim…Ready: Management: The Start at the End Approach to Crushing Competition, Crafting Culture, and Cementing Relationships by Eliot Wagonheim | Amazon
Eliot Wagonheim (@Wagonheim) | Twitter

Thanks for tuning in! Until next time, remember to stop guessing…and start going.

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.