David Kadavy

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

Write first. Coffee later. – Love Your Work, Episode 64

March 09, 2017

How do you feel first thing in the morning? If you’re human, you’re probably at least a little bit groggy. You aren’t thinking straight, you can’t focus. You’re a wasted morning just waiting to happen. keep on reading »

Make your dreams reality. Peter Bragiel of In Transit TV – Love Your Work, Episode 63

March 02, 2017

peter bragiel of intransit tv canoes the mississippiPeter Bragiel wanted his own travel show. So, he got a camera and started traveling. At first, not much happened. He just kept stowing the tapes away in a box. keep on reading »

Love Your Work, Episode 62 – My Top Rejections

February 23, 2017

Rejection hurts. Sometimes it hurts a little more than other times, but it still does hurt. But, rejection is a part of life. If you never get rejected, you’re not really trying. keep on reading »

Ignore Everybody. Hugh MacLeod of Gaping Void – Love Your Work, Episode 61

February 16, 2017

i-love-this-and-its-terrifyingToday’s guest is a hero of mine, who helped me find my own path. It was 2004, I was sitting in a gray cubicle in Nebraska. And I discovered a PDF on the Internet called “How to be creative.” I read it, and it was one of the most moving and inspiring things I had ever read. keep on reading »

ConvertKit vs. ActiveCampaign: Which is better for your email marketing?

February 15, 2017

Choosing the right email marketing platform is critical if you’re running an online business. There’s nothing I spend more money on in my business than sending emails. (There’s also nothing that makes me more money than sending emails.) keep on reading »

Love Your Work, Episode 60 – How Practical Minimalism Helps Me Focus

February 09, 2017

bolivia-692955_1280I’ve talked on the podcast about minimalism with Craig Benzine on episode 39, and with James Altucher on episode 53. I’m not an extreme minimalist. I don’t count the number of things that I own, trying to keep the number down. I consider myself to be a practical minimalist. I have just enough things to improve my focus, but I don’t have so many things that it hurts my focus. keep on reading »

The net appears. Vinnie Lauria of Golden Gate Ventures – Love Your Work, Episode 59

February 02, 2017

vinnie-lauriaVinnie Lauria found his calling after backpacking around Asia. He had just sold a company. He had just gotten married. He feared that if he spent a year traveling, he’d run out of money, and he’d run out of momentum. He worried it would be career suicide. keep on reading »

Love Your Work, Episode 58 – How I Quadrupled My Creative Productivity

January 26, 2017

creative-productivity

We’re well into 2017 now, and I’ve been reflecting on 2016. It was a great year. In fact, I more than quadrupled my creative output. keep on reading »

What I learned about productivity while reinventing Google Calendar

January 23, 2017

You may have noticed that 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 57 – How Noah Kagan Manages His Mental Energy

January 19, 2017

Noah Kagan podcast interviewNoah Kagan first appeared on Love Your Work back on episode 41. On that episode, we talked about why discomfort is your compass, and learned that Noah even makes his bed in hotel rooms. keep on reading »

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