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. More time spent with fewer ideas — Daniel Scrivner

    After a coffee with one of the founders of Tiny Capital, Daniel was invited to join the project management software company Flow, as their CEO. He combined his design and product experience with a desire to help lead teams. Daniel turned a business that was contracting into a growing one, overseeing ...


  2. Mind, body and spirit, with Raymond Sagayam

    Ray originally wanted to be a doctor, but found an interest in trading during his teens, and as the son of a diplomat, he grew up with an affinity for understanding other cultures and ways of working. Graham and Ray begin by discussing the impact the pandemic has had on the ...


  3. Be ruthlessly serendipitous, with Fred Pelard

    Strategic consultant and former rocket-scientist Fred Pelard has worked with brands like Nike, Barclays, the Guardian and more, and is the author of [_How to be Strategic_]( Fred lays out the difference between management and strategic consulting, creating space for structured brainstorming, and solving complex problems. > Being strategic is a skill, ...


  4. Humour, Seriously - with Jennifer Aaker and Naomi Bagdonas

    Jennifer Aaker is a behavioural psychologist and General Atlantic Professor at Stanford Graduate School of Business. Naomi Bagdonas is also a Stanford lecturer, a strategy media consultant, and an improv comedian. Together, they co-authored the book, [Humour, Seriously]( > It’s a lot easier and more accessible than people think, to tap ...


  5. A family of 40,000 artisans, with NK Chaudhary

    Social entrepreneur Nand Kishore Chaudhary is no stranger to working from home. He started his career selling shoes in his father’s shop, and declined the offer to join a nationalised bank to strike out on his own. Now he runs a business working with over 40,000 rug weavers, spanning over ...