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Productivity Cast

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The weekly show about all things personal productivity

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015 Creating Your Ideal Workspace – ProductivityCast

Where do you work best? And for what type of work (focused thinking work, diffuse thinking work, mundane/ministerial tasks, big projects that require multiple modalities, or specialized handcrafting) do you do best in what environment? Creating your ideal workspace is important to being able to be and stay productive. In this cast, the ProductivityCast team discusses the factors and tools to get and sustain productivity in your workspace.

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In this Cast

Augusto Pinaud

Francis Wade

Art Gelwicks

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are you ready to manage your work and

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personal world better to live a more

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fulfilling productive life then you've

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come to the right place

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welcome to productivity cast the weekly

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show about all things productivity here

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are your hosts Ray Sidney-Smith and

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Augusto Pinaud good morning everybody and

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welcome to productivity cast the weekly

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show about all things productivity today

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we have Francis Wade and Art Gelwicks

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with us and with me Augusto Pinaud

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and Ray is somewhere in the world

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missing hopefully having fun or sleeping

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according to the recording time we have

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today we are going to be talking about

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creating your ideal workspace it is

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important to understand what are the

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needs of your work-place mostly or the

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workspace mostly because you know will

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allows you to establish higher levels of

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productivity in that space or if you are

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the lucky kind who can have it anywhere

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anywhere so today we would like to split

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the show in three parts the first part

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will be where do we work best the second

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part were the factors for that

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and finally the effects on having that

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ideal workspace and what you should if

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you should have ownership on it or not

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so how are you guys this morning

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I'm fine a bang I'm doing well it's a

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kind of drizzly day here right now but

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you know mountain about mmm working

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weird work needs to be done so I'm doing

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well how about you been pretty good

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doing pretty good and joined a really

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nice day out of the window so I'm

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working on the home office today and

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record in actually from the home office

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let's start this conversation where did

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you work best my first thought was that

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