Be Productive! With Mike Vardy @productivityist: Episode 76

I’m so happy for you to meet my guest this week.  Mike Vardy is a fellow Canadian who is all about productivity and doing the right things the right way. Mike also has left his job in corporate America Canada to start his own business.  He has a lot to share and I’m thrilled to share with you my conversation with him.

Mike Vardy

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Mike Vardy is a writer, a speaker, and a podcaster whose work has appeared in the page of SUCCESS Magazine, The Huffington Post, Lifehacker, 99u, and many more.

Mike is also a sought-after speaker on topics related to productivity and technology, and his Productivityist Podcast is a fantastic resource for those of us interested in working better and smarter.

Mike lives in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, with his wife, daughter, and son.

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  • Rodrigo Rocha

    Mr. Cesar,

    Hi again, here is Rodrigo from Brazil!

    What coincidence! I start to listen your podcast last week as the same time that i start to listen Mike VArdy in productivityist podcast. Both great to me at this time that i’m between jobs period.

    Very good question about why productivity it’s so important now and not is so important at our parent’s time. How many distractions we have now, invasive in our lives? I suppose it’s a matter of

    distracting contexts, not only distracting tasks. For sure we distracting time is the same, as in the past, but our parent do not have the mobile phone to compete with their tasks, is not true?

    Thanks a lot again for this great interview,

    Rodrigo Rocha, 34

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    • Cesar Abeid

      Rodrigo, thanks for listening! I’m sure Mike will be happy to know you’re a listener of his show as well.

      Yes, a lot of the technology that is here to help us is also a source of distraction. but, as with anything, tools can be used for good or for evil.:]
      Thanks again for listening, and let me know if you would like any specific topic covered on future episodes.

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