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WorkAwesome Podcast: Episode 14 – Stever Robbins

This week on the WorkAwesome podcast, our editor Mike Vardy had the opportunity to chat with Stever Robbins, better known as The Get-It-Done Guy.

Stever’s book has been reviewed here at WorkAwesome, and during this interview we dig a little deeper into the book, as well as other aspects of productivity and workflow that he offers on his website and his regular podcasts. Stever’s practical and accessible advice on productivity makes what many consider a dry topic more entertaining and still very informative.

In addition to the interview, we’ve started to implement some of our listener suggestions. This week we slowly venture into offering tips — with just one tip offered. But it’s a big one that can be challenging for many of us.
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Book Review: Get-It-Done Guy’s 9 Steps to Work Less and Do More

David Allen is known as the GTD Guy. Stever Robbins is known as the GID Guy. Both offer great insights on productivity using very different approaches. Both are also published authors, and Robbins’ latest book, Get-It-Done Guy’s 9 Steps to Work Less and Do More, hit bookstores a few weeks back. The book is a fairly light read, yet brimming with tips and information that are sprinkled with Robbins’ signature humor and style.
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Get-It-Done Guy’s 9 Steps to Work Less and Do More: Book Drops Tomorrow!

For those that like their productivity advice with a dash of humor on the side, Stever Robbins (best known as the Get-It-Done Guy) has been at it for years.  Whether you regularly visit his site or listen to his brief – but informative – podcasts, he delivers the goods with a light touch.  His approach is a great way to attract an audience to what some consider to be a “dry” topic…and Robbins does it very well.

We should have a review of the book up soon. In the meantime, if you want to head on over to the book’s social media release, it offers audio samples of the book, an interview with the author and much more. All these “extras” are there to help whet your appetite before the book drops tomorrow.

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