David Kadavy

David Kadavy is author of the #18 Amazon best-seller, Design for Hackers, & host of Love Your Work

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Love Your Work, Episode 47 – Getting the most out of email: Jocelyn K. Glei

October 13, 2016

jocelyn-k-gleiJocelyn K. Glei is author of the new book, Unsubscribe: How to Kill Email Anxiety, Avoid Distractions, and Get Real Work Done. It’s an awesome book that I really wish I had when I was first trying to get things done with email in the working world. I’ve since gotten my email decently organized, just through learning the hard way. Still, Unsubscribe had some very useful ideas and tools for me, I’ll be exploring it all in my conversation with Jocelyn today.
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Love Your Work, Episode 46 – #YOLO (so point your face at a blank wall)

October 06, 2016

Back when I was writing my first book, I was shocked how hard it was. I was spending all day just trying to get into that flow state.

So, here’s one way I’ve found to help make that flow state happen on demand.
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Love Your Work, Episode 45 – Cards Against Humanity’s Max Temkin

September 29, 2016

max-temkinMax Temkin is co-creator of Amazon’s #1 selling card game – actually the #1 seller in all of the whole Toys & Games category. It’s a game for horrible people, and it’s also America’s #1 gerbil coffin. It’s called Cards Against Humanity, and you’ve probably played it before.

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Love Your Work, Episode 44 – I Failed.

September 22, 2016

This week, I share you a story of failure. I know everyone seems to be obsessed with failure lately, and I always thought it was strange. I didn’t usually look at things as failures, but as lessons learned.

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Love Your Work, Episode 43 – Stop Giving a F*ck? Mark Manson

September 15, 2016

new-headshot2-1-300x225Mark Manson is known for writing personal development advice that doesn’t suck. He writes at markmanson.net, which has more than 2 million readers a month. Mark writes about a variety of topics, including happiness, self-knowledge, habits, and relationships. keep on reading »

Love Your Work, Episode 42 – Leave North America

September 08, 2016

On Tim Ferriss’s podcast, Malcolm Gladwell urged his 30-year-old self to “Leave North America…. Which is – despite the fact that it pretends to be the only place that matters – is not the only place that matters.” keep on reading »

Love Your Work, Episode 41 – What Would Noah Kagan Do?

September 01, 2016

kagan-kadavyNoah Kagan is a close friend of mine who has been one of my secret weapons in my own battle as an entrepreneur. Years ago, when I first started out on my own, and I was wandering from cafe to cafe in San Francisco, working on a Facebook app, Noah Kagan invited me to bring my laptop to his office space. He was building his own Facebook app empire at the time. keep on reading »

Love Your Work, Episode 40 – Three Productivity Lessons from Google Calendar

August 25, 2016

Google Calendar has been adding new features lately. You can find time for your goals, and set reminders, for example. I played a very small part in these features, but I learned a lot about my own productivity in the process.

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Love Your Work, Episode 39 – Embrace Constraints: WheezyWaiter

August 18, 2016

craig-benzineCraig Benzine hit rock bottom when he wasn’t getting any tables at his job as a waiter, and he feared he wouldn’t be able to pay his rent. So, he started making YouTube videos. keep on reading »

Love Your Work, Episode 38 – Build the Habit First

August 11, 2016

We all have habits that we’d like to build. But we usually aim a little too high. If you understand that the building of the habit is in itself something to achieve, then building good habits will be easier. This article originally appeared on Medium.
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