Beyond Busy

--- Graham Allcott ---

Beyond Busy is a podcast by Graham Allcott of Think Productive, author of How to be a Productivity Ninja. In this show, he interviews people from all walks of life about productivity, work/life balance, happiness and success.

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Latest Episodes…

  1. “Your boss is trash!” — David McQueen

    Graham speaks down-the-line with coach, facilitator and speaker David McQueen. They talk about valuing one’s time and experience, telling hard truths, and the prejudices faced by black and other ethnic minority professionals that are often unchallenged. David shares his L4 framework of loving, listening, language and learning for moving conversations forwards, ...


  2. Productivity during a pandemic

    Graham was a guest on the Happy Startup School's Friday Fireside, discussing productivity during lockdown, and taking questions from the livestream audience. Graham provides tips for prioritising work, managing commitments and boundaries, trust and autonomy. [Graham Allcott]( is the founder of [time management training]( "Link:") company [Think Productive]( This podcast is produced ...


  3. How to Go to Work, with Lucy Clayton & Steven Haines

    Graham sits down with authors of _How to Go to Work_, Lucy Clayton and Steven Haines. They share their experiences helping younger people enter the world of work, dealing with bad bosses, managing holiday and allocating energy. [Graham Allcott]( is the founder of [time management training]( "Link:") company [Think Productive]( This ...


  4. A compelling case for the four day work week, with Alex Pang

    Graham talks with author Alex Pang about the four day week, creativity, competing in the job market for peace of mind over higher salaries, and how running shorter meetings can translate into better social capital within a more traditional work week. Both Alex and Graham are proponents of the four day ...


  5. Walking the Squiggly Career path, with Sarah Ellis

    Graham speaks with co-founder of career development company Amazing If, Sarah Ellis, about uncertainty, social media’s comparison culture, and the importance of a personal manifesto. They both share personal moments from their time in lockdown and Sarah shares her insights on company values from her time working with Sainsbury’s. Sarah has ...