The more specific we get about something, the more we pay attention to it – and that’s what we did with this episode.
Jake Kahana is a designer and entrepreneur. He is a co-founder of Caveday, a company founded to maximize focus for individuals and corporations through facilitated focus sessions training. Their global community has participated in over 50,000 hours of deep work “In The Cave.” As a US faculty member with The School of Life, Jake teaches workshops in emotional intelligence for corporate teams.
In this episode, Jake tells us how Caveday came to be with a couple of like-minded friends who wanted to focus on their tasks and build a community – together. We talk about the power of asking the right questions and how being open and vulnerable as an entrepreneur can be life-changing.
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Links Worth Exploring
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- Get a 1-month FREE trial of Caveday
- Watch Jimmy Kimmel & Jimmy Fallon’s April Fool’s prank
- Related Conversation: Episode 420: Daniel Coyle talks about The Culture Playbook
- Related Blog Post: The Value of Imperfect Focus
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