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Podcast 23 – Mac at Work with David Sparks

This week’s episode of the Work Awesome podcast features David Sparks. David hosts the popular Mac Power Users podcast, maintains a regular posting schedule on his MacSparky website and finds time to work as a full time lawyer. How does he do it? You’ll have to listen to find out…
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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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To Read or To Listen?

Thanks to the dawn of “The eBook Era,” reading is becoming more accessible (if not necessarily more popular – thanks still to television).  If you have an iPad or Kindle (or one of the many eReaders in the marketplace) or simply use another mobile device, ebooks are literally in the palm of your hands.  These devices allow the user to carry a catalog of books that would fill a backpack (and then some!), making it easy to carry around whatever books you’d like to have at your disposal.

But what about audiobooks?

Formerly known as “books on tape” these are still popular in that you can absorb the story while driving or commuting in some other fashion.  If you’re exercising you can have them at the ready on your MP3 player of choice.  Basically, they fill a similar gap as podcasts – only they’re a “tad” longer.

Productivity and self-development books are massively popular in both formats.  You can even buy them in (gasp!) actual printed book form should you choose to.  In terms of brushing up on these skills and systems, which do you prefer – reading or listening…or a combination of all formats? Click Here to Read Article …

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