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Free Resource (#780) - March 30th, 2009
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David Allen Company Podcast

David Allen is the bestselling author of the productivity classic Getting Things Done, and in this podcast he discusses a number of the central principles for managing your time and work, including tips for dealing with email, interruptions, and other issues that arise. Currently on the feed there's a series of interviews with Allen conducted by Merlin Mann who is the creator of the popular productivity website 43 Folders. Allen also takes listeners inside his new book, Making It All Work. Learn how to increase your productivity in business and in life with the David Allen Company Podcast.

David Allen Company Podcast

Also, in case you missed our latest newsletter, we just uploaded 600 new podcasts to our podcast directory! Here's our blog post with links to new podcasts:

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Truly inspiring and practical suggestions for managing the effects of daily stress. "Inner Calm" includes these 6 half-hour segments:

1. In this age of communication overload, hear our provocative profile of Ojai, California-based David Allen , the best-selling author who brilliantly helps us find ways out of the feeling of "overwhelm."

2. The main challenge to avoiding burnout and keeping relaxed, says David Allen, is to clear your head of unfinished business, and thus free up mental space to focus on the relationships and life experiences that matter most.

3. Using a unique blend of stand-up comedy and stress management advice, Loretta LaRoche cautions us not to "catastrophize" and "awfulize" especially when conditions are not all that extreme anyway.

4.This documentary examines voluntary simplicity , a lifestyle choice that is not about poverty or deprivation, but about an individual's discovering what is "enough" in their life - and discarding the rest.

5. This program, featuring Harvard Medical Professor Dr. Herbert Benson, MD, explains simple relaxation techniques to help you ease the effects of daily stress. Hear how patients have used these techniques to reduce chronic pain, insomnia, fatigue and other stress conditions. These practices can help you prevent high blood pressure, hardening of arteries, heart attack and stroke.

6. Stress in Schools- Often a high-stress zone for both teachers and parents, some schools have introduced formal training in medically based relaxation techniques aimed at calming nerves and enhancing performance.

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World-renowned expert in leadership and organization, Stephen R. Covey, presents an in-depth look at The 7 Habits. Filled with never-before-released material from Dr. Covey, this series includes new and insightful examples in the author's trademark engaging speaking and teaching style. This is not a reading of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Instead, this content is drawn from a variety of recordings of Dr. Covey teaching these important principles. The result is an intimate and thorough exploration of The 7 Habits, including relevant, current examples to illustrate the points. Here are the 7 titles that go in-depth on the 7 habits, all available on audio download:

Habit 1: Be Proactive

Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind

Habit 3: Put First Things First

Habit 4: Think Win-Win

Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood

Habit 6: Synergize: The Habit of Creative Cooperation

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