David Kadavy

David Kadavy is author of Mind Management, Not Time Management, The Heart to Start & Design for Hackers.

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Love Your Work is the intellectual playground of David Kadavy, bestselling author of three books – including Mind Management, Not Time Management – and former design advisor to Timeful – a Google-acquired productivity app.

Love Your Work is where David shows you how to be productive when creativity matters, get things done and breed Black Swans in your career as a creator. Dig into the archives for insightful conversations with Dan Ariely, David Allen, Seth Godin, James Altucher, and many more.

David is an underrated writer and thinker. In an age of instant publication, he puts time, effort and great thought into the content and work he shares with the world.
—Jeff Goins, bestselling author of Real Artists Don’t Starve

To hear interviews of David, here is a complete list of podcasts he’s been on.

Posts from the Love Your Work Podcast Category

FOMO: Get the Good & Miss Out on the Bad – Patrick McGinnis – Love Your Work, Episode 229

May 07, 2020

patrick mcginnis fomoCan you feel the anxiety piling up? You know what it is – it’s FOMO. The Fear of Missing Out. In a hyper-connected world, FOMO is more intense than ever.

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11 Simple Ways to Be 100x More Effective Than Most People – Love Your Work, Episode 228

April 30, 2020

100x more effective

To get exceptional results, you need to do exceptional things.

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Ari Meisel: More Productivity, Less Doing – Love Your Work, Episode 227

April 23, 2020

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Ari Meisel (@arimeisel) created a productivity system out of necessity. He was suffering from a chronic and life-threatening illness that was so severe, he had no choice but to make the most out of every ounce of energy he had.

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The End of Time Management – Love Your Work, Episode 226

April 16, 2020

end time management

As the nineteenth century was turning to the twentieth century, Frederick Taylor grabbed a stopwatch. He stood next to a worker, and instructed that worker on exactly how to pick up a chunk of iron.

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Andrew Mason: When Your Plan B is a Billion-Dollar Idea – Love Your Work, Episode 225

April 09, 2020

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Andrew Mason (@andrewmason) started a little website called The Point. An investor friend of his gave him a million dollars in seed money.

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Sloppy Operating Procedure – Love Your Work, Episode 224

April 02, 2020

sloppy operating procedureMany businesses have “SOP’s” It sounds very official as an acronym, and what it stands for sounds even more official: Standard Operating Procedure. It’s a document which outlines a process within a business. What’s the purpose of the process? What are the steps to follow? Who will do different parts of the processes, and which parts can’t begin until another part is finished?

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How to Support the Grieving: Megan Devine – Love Your Work, Episode 223

March 26, 2020

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Megan Devine (@refugeingrief) is the author of It’s OK That You’re Not OK, and runs the Writing Your Grief workshop. It wasn’t until Megan, a therapist, experienced grief herself that she discovered how we as a culture utterly fail to support the grieving.

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Stop Listening To My Podcast – Love Your Work, Episode 222

March 19, 2020

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What are you doing?! Didn’t you read the title of this episode?

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How to Predict the Future: Dylan Evans – Love Your Work, Episode 221

March 12, 2020

dylan evans utopia experiment risk intelligenceDylan Evans (@evansd66) had an intense experience with uncertainty. He was fifty percent certain that civilization would collapse within several years.

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I Moved to the Third World for a Better Life – Love Your Work, Episode 220

March 05, 2020

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In the 1600s, Penelope Kent boarded a ship from Holland to the New World with her new husband. Their ship wrecked off the coast, but still, Penelope and her husband made it to shore.

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