On this episode of the podcast I chat with Avrum Nadigel. He is an author and relationship therapist. He co-produces “It’s the anxiety, stupid!” – a podcast about relationship angst, and draws a comic about intimacy called “Ball and Change”. His new book, Learning to Commit (The Workbook): Becoming Your Best Self to Find Your Best Match, will be published by Self-Counsel Press in November 2016.
We talk about his move away from GTD (Getting Things Done) and back to a higher level of thinking and workflow (a la Stephen Covey), the things that drive him nuts that productivity authors and users, and dive into his biggest fear.
- Avrum Nadigel | Official Website
- Why I’ve Left GTD Behind: Part One | Productivityis
- Why I’ve Left GTD Behind: Part Two | Productivityist
- Why I’ve Left GTD Behind: Part Three | Productivityist
- Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits
- The 8th Habit by Stephen Covey
- Getting Things Done | Official Website
- Back to Work 261: The Illusion of Ease
- The Covey Community
- Daylite by Marketcircle
- WISHCRAFT by Barbara Sher
- Autofocus: a closer look at “dismissal” | Mark Forster
- What is a “no list” system? | Mark Forster
- Deep Work | Cal Newport
- The Human Search for Meaning | Farnam Street
- Learning to Commit
- Avrum Nadigel on Twitter
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