The Podcast is a podcast I’ve been recording with Radek, Nozbe’s VP of Engineering. After more than 4 years of pretty regular weekly shows, now it’s not as regular as we’d like.
Last week on The Podcast we discussed if the pandemic is gone and if everyone got back to working from their offices… or not really… and should we double down on what we believe - on working the “modern way”, with work-from-home option, with flexible hours, with trust vs control? Here’s our discussion:
This week on The Podcast we are gossiping we’re talking about our favorite competition (and inspiration!), Basecamp guys pre-announcing a new version of their product for next year, and launching a new email service HEY - we’re just wondering what it’s all about…
This week on The Podcast we discussed how my co-host turned from software engineer to “face shields” designer/manufacturer to support hospitals and other front-line workers in this pandemic. Amazing story:
Last week on The Podcast we had a discussion like no other - we tried a different format - where we just casually chat about kaizen and performance of our team…
This week on The Podcast we discuss my latest invention - CORE HOURS - a concept that has helped me have a very productive start of the year… listen up as it’s really a great deal for me and can be a game-changer for you:
|Last week on The Podcast we discussed lean manufacturing and three books related to it: “The Machine that changed the world” (Amazon||Audible) , “2-second lean” (Amazon||Audible) and “Lean thinking” (Amazon||Audible) … and why these ideas are still applicable to us:|
This week on The Podcast we have an explicit episode because the books that we discuss are “bold” - and they are a great entry to modern stoicism. Why we just care about too many things that don’t matter - and what to do about it:
Last week on The Podcast we celebrated the 200th episode - and to commemorate the milestone we prepared our “best of” of sorts - which episodes really impacted us, changed our lives, made us different / better? To find out, listen up!
This week on The Podcast we discuss the proper way to give and receive feedback. No, it’s not as easy as it sounds: