David Kadavy

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

Love Your Work, Episode 54 – 8 Things I Wish I Had Known About Building Online Courses

December 01, 2016

One of the best ways to impact others, while making money, is through building online courses. And, if you’re considering writing a book, developing an online course is a great way to validate your idea, and see if your advice works. keep on reading »

Love Your Work, Episode 53 – James Altucher: Invest in Yourself

November 22, 2016


This week, we’re talking to James Altucher. I assume he doesn’t need an introduction for many of you. But for the rest, James is currently best known for his book, Choose Yourself, which is a National Bestseller, and which USA Today named in the top 12 business books of all time.
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Love Your Work, Episode 52 – My $40,000 DIY MBA

November 17, 2016

One of the more subtle underlying themes of this show is that you should invest in yourself. There’s a lot of noise out there you’ll hear from others who want you to spend your money in ways that will benefit them. Ultimately, you have to be mindful in your decisions so that you’re sure you’re really investing in yourself. keep on reading »

Love Your Work, Episode 51 – Dan Ariely: Self-Motivation Through Behavioral Economics & Psychology

November 10, 2016

dan_ariely_-_poptech_2010_-_camden_maineDan Ariely is a researcher on the forefront of behavioral science. He specializes in understanding irrational behavior, for example, why do people take less candy if you give it out for free, than if you charge a penny for all the candy you want? keep on reading »

Love Your Work, Episode 50 – Productivity isn’t about getting things done anymore

November 03, 2016

The current productivity wisdom is all about getting things done. Now, productivity is about making creative breakthroughs happen. keep on reading »

Beating “Chronic Lyme Disease”

November 01, 2016

About two years ago, after something like 20 years of mysterious maladies, my doctor diagnosed me with “Chronic Lyme Disease.” This diagnosis raises red flags for many people, because it’s doubtful whether “Chronic Lyme Disease” even exists (I discuss this further down in the post under “Diagnosis”). I share some of these doubts, but I’ll continue to refer to the condition as such for the sake of simplicity. keep on reading »

Medium.com Writing, Book Positioning & Marketing Psychology w/ Nir Eyal & David Kadavy – Love Your Work, Episode 49

October 27, 2016

nir-eyal-david-kadavyThis week’s episode is a bit of an experiment. I’ve had Nir Eyal, author of Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products, on the show before. We had a little debate about digital distraction back in episode 21. keep on reading »

Love Your Work, Episode 48 – Make it easy to do what’s good for you

October 20, 2016

If you have certain behaviors that you want to encourage in your life, you can be intentional about making them happen. Here’s a trick I devised to make it easy to do things that are good for me, and a little harder to do things that are bad for me. keep on reading »

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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