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Dec 8, 2020

It is one thing to be financially rich and another to be time rich. What does it take to become the latter?

In today’s new episode, top-rated podcaster and author, Steve Glaveski, shares where he got the idea for writing his new book, Time Rich: Do Your Best Work, Live Your Best Life. Aside from that, Steve and I also talked about the importance of instilling an entrepreneurial mindset among children and how it applies to situations outside of business set-ups. Interestingly, we also explore the history of the pre-COVID working condition as we discuss how companies are coping with the current challenge of work-from-home situations. 

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We’ll talk about:

Steve’s professional experience [02:51]

Teaching an entrepreneurial mindset to kids [06:34]

Idea behind Time Rich [10:20]

Flow state: Avoiding time and productivity waste [15:24]

Tim O’Reilly’s business model for the new economy” [23:07]

The power of the rule of two [30:20]

Presence and significance of the Pareto’s principle [33:14]

PCOATS roadmap [37:31]

Steve’s take on nootropics use [43:10]

Tips on increasing memory retention [45:10]

Time to embrace asynchronous communication [48:05]

What’s next for Steve [53:24]

The one thing Steve recommends [56:17]


About Our Guest:

An entrepreneur, author, and podcaster, Steve Glaveski is on a mission to untap the potential of people to lead more meaningful lives. He forwards this mission through his different ventures, such as the Collective Campus, an innovation accelerator; the Lemonade Stand, a children’s entrepreneurial program; and his podcast, Future Squared. In his latest book, he shares how being time rich is more valuable than living “comfortably miserable” lives. 

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