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A podcast about personal productivity, getting more done with the time you have, avoiding procrastination, and being more efficient. We separate the hype from productivity tools and talk about ways to use your email and task list to become more productive.

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Feb 18, 2020

This episode is brought to you by Inogic. Check out their new Kanban visualization for Dynamics 365 and Power Platform.

Learning is important. Joel has started a bi-weekly LinkedIn newsletter about learning--why it is important to be a life-long learner, choosing a learning goal, and tools to help learning. On the...

May 17, 2019

This episode of ProdCast is brought to you by D365UG.

In today's episode we revisit our moves to Outlook Web in last episode. One month in, what is working well, and what do we miss?

We also revisit our ongoing discussion of personal mission statements--what does Joel mean when he says his goal is to do amazing work,...

Mar 17, 2019

In today's episode (brought to you by D365UG), Matthew and Joel talk about being more efficient with your browser sessions during demos and screenshares, and Microsoft Teams productivity--is Teams the new Trapper Keeper or the new flapper binder?

Chrome browser profiles
Working with multiple demo personas and D365...

Feb 9, 2019

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In today’s personal productivity episode, Joel Lindstrom and Matthew C. Anderson discuss lifelong learning, and why you should be self-taught.

Joel’s five tips for learning a subject:

1. Read a variety of types of literature
2. Make connections

Jan 25, 2019

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Sometimes input from others is necessary before you can complete a task, and if those people aren’t responsive, it can become a roadblock to your productivity. In today’s episode, we discuss how you can get more control over these tasks by...