I got to speak with Alexander Tibbets of IFTTT.com the other day and I was really excited because as I’ve written before, IFTTT is one of the most useful productivity tools in existence. By allowing you to create simple automations between the web services you use on a daily basis, you can get more done while the internet works for you. Alexander talked about the beginnings of IFTTT, some of his personal shared recipes, and plans for the future.
Today’s podcast features interviews with Chris Hawkins of SignNow – a service that lets you fill out, sign, and even notarize documents digitally – and Lee Hnetinka of WunWun – which stand for What You Need When You Need it, and will deliver or provide on demand labor for whatever you need. Announcements: On Thursday January 24th at 8PM EST I will be hosting a live Google Hangout where you can sign in and ask me any productivity questions you want. The group should include current students of my Udemy Courses…
I spoke about my MetaWatch and time shifting, and interviewed Ginni Chen from iDoneThis and Stuart Levinson from TalkTo. Links from the podcast: MetaWatch iDoneThis (exclusive discount) TalkTo
Today I got to speak with Matt Salzberg of Blue Apron, a really cool company that sends you ALL the ingredients you need to make three fresh and delicious meals each week in under 35 minutes. Matt has been nice enough to offer a discount to all of my Less Doers so visit Blue Apron for 25% off your first order. In other news, starting in November I will offer an online Webinar and Workshop through CoJourneo, make sure to check it out.
Today I interview Brad Patterson from WriteThat.Name as well as share some tips on breaking up tasks, making “fat” salad, and delegating tasks on the go.