Our (Strange) Habits

The spiritual successor to our lost episode: The Quantified Self.

In this episode, Kyle and Mark discuss some of their productivity habits that they are a bit obsessed about and that may be a bit strange to all of you … even us! Get into this discussion to about our strange habits. All of this and more in this episode of The Productivity Lab!

Rebroadcast: Scary Fast Book Review

https://mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/6unrbf/TPL_E57_Rebroadcast_Scary_Fast_mixdown_LUF.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | RSS | More This is a rebroadcast of Episode 30: Scary Fast Book Review. Today we take a turn from the best sellers list and take a deep dive into the self publishing Read more…

Refuse to Choose Book Review

Do you want to learn and do everything? Do you find it hard to choose one thing to start? Do you feel like a failure because you never complete a project? You’re not alone!

Author Barbara Sher promises to help us achieve everything we want to do. Can she do it? Find out in this episode of The Productivity Lab.

Distraction Logging

What where we doing, oh, right!

Continuing with challenges from the Productivity Project book, Kyle and Mark start tracking their distractions. What did they learn? What distracted them the most? Find out in this episode of The Productivity Lab.

Maintenance Days

The Routinery App helps you create and manage your routines with guided task completion, task timer, and routine reminders. Does the app do what it claims? Does it help you build a routine? Kyle and Mark put the Routinery app to the test; find out their results in this episode of The Productivity Lab.

Routinery App Review

The Routinery App helps you create and manage your routines with guided task completion, task timer, and routine reminders. Does the app do what it claims? Does it help you build a routine? Kyle and Mark put the Routinery app to the test; find out their results in this episode of The Productivity Lab.

Analog by Ugmonk Review

Like the infamous Paper Only episode, Mark and Kyle jump back into the world of analog productivity with Analog by Ugmonk! Kyle, the digital loving productivist, and Mark, the paper loving planner, takes the Analog kit for work-day test to see how the system works for me. Did Mark find a new paper love? Will Kyle ditch digital for his to-do’s? What did they think about the Analog productivity kit? Find out in this episode of The Productivity Lab.

Algorithms To Live By Book Review

Algorithms to Live By from authors Ben Christian and Tom Griffiths, looks at how to apply computer algorithms, such as caching, sorting, or scheduling to your everyday life. In this episode, Kyle and Mark attempt to wrap their heads around the proposed algorithms. Find out what they thought and more in this episode of The Productivity Lab.

Don’t Break the Chain

Don’t. Break. The Chain!

How long can you go in building a streak, a habit, or in completing a daily goal with no breaks in-between?

In this episode, Kyle and Mark discuss their methods and results in following the Don’t Break the Chain productivity challenge. What did they choose? Did they succeed? Find out in this episode of The Productivity Lab.