Time Off

14 EpisodesProduced by John Fitch

Rest is essential. Unplugging in today's busy world is both a skill and a competitive advantage. Is it possible to get more done by working less? On this podcast, we talk to those who successfully take time off through sabbaticals, active vacations, more play, fascinating hobbies, and other methods … read more

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Less Phone, More Real Life With Tim Kendall

March 3rd, 2019


The Moment app helps people disconnect from their phones and get back their time. The app is growing at an impressive rate. Everyday, all Moment users combined get back around 49 years of time to spend on what really …

Swedish Time Off With Maddy Savage

February 15th, 2019


In Sweden, people are expected to have a balance in their employment – not just in terms of balancing their personal lives, but also balancing other things that are of importance to them or create personal growth. …

Graduate Wisdom

January 28th, 2019


I love watching commencement speeches. They are shortcuts for gaining the wisdom one can gain through a college experience. This episode highlights …

10 Actions From 2018

December 31st, 2018


I learned a lot from the 2018 lineup of podcast guests. I benefitted most by putting some of their ideas into practice. Here are 10 actions I have …

Time Over Money With Cassie Holmes

December 20th, 2018


What if you had a bank account for your time? If we were more time aware, what would we do differently? Do you keep track of how you are spending …

AI = More Rest With Max Frenzel

December 14th, 2018


Max is a Quantum theorist turned AI researcher. We discuss how Max wrote his Ph.D. thesis while resting on a Greek island, how AI has the potential …

Quality Working Time With Jonas Downey

November 13th, 2018


Jonas is a designer for a calm company called Basecamp. He is living proof that things don't have to be crazy at work. We discuss how we can focus on quality working time rather than just clock time.

Work-Life Harmony With Mike Sturm

November 2nd, 2018


Writer Mike Sturm believes “Work-Life Balance” can be replaced with something better. Rather than balancing our career and our personal lives, we …

Learning How to Learn With Kevin Kelly

October 20th, 2018


Why should you travel and have a beginner's mind? What will be left of humans given Artifical Intelligence is rapidly growing? Why would anyone build …

Sailing Time With John Zeratsky

August 13th, 2018


John is a successful technologist and a co-author of both "Sprint" and "Make Time". He had a comfortable life in San Francisco, but he and his wife …

No Tech Zone With Ivan Cash

July 10th, 2018


Ivan and I both believe that strangers are one of the most untapped potentials around you every single day. We discuss a number of Ivan’s fascinating experiments and why silence can help you get out of struggles in your …

Thinking Straight With Darius Foroux

June 10th, 2018


How can we live a useful life that matters? Over 4 million people have been seeking this answer, and many of them have come closer thanks to Darius’ …

Tech Shabbats With Tiffany Shlain

June 10th, 2018


What would happen if you went without digital screens from Friday evening to Saturday evening? If you had any anxiety while thinking about it, you …

Making Time With Jake Knapp

June 10th, 2018


Make Time is Jake Knapp's new book. It's about creating time and finding focus in daily life. We discuss how you can be more like a caveman, the …

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