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.
Brought to you by Graham Allcott of Beyond Busy

Latest Episodes…

  1. How to stop trying to do everything, with Oliver Burkeman

    Oliver is the author of [Help! How to Become Slightly Happier and Get a Bit More Done](, and has been writing his Guardian column about self-help literature, [This Column Will Change Your Life]( since 2006, so he and Graham begin by discussing the origins of the column, and how it ...


  2. How to have the energy, with Colette Heneghan

    In the wake of the re-release of Graham and Colette’s book on nutrition for better, more sustained productivity, the two authors discuss how the project came to be. > I was making bad choices on a regular basis Colette describes how her busy international career left no room for her ...


  3. How Spies Think, with Sir David Omand

    Sir David Omand is a former GCHQ Director, and was a Permanent Secretary at the Home Office. During his time in public service he has played a key role in modern British history. Graham opens with Sir David by talking about secrecy, and how information is revealed to the public after ...


  4. The productivity of kindness, with Christina Kisley

    This week, Graham is joined by Christina Kisley of Kisley and Wild, an organisation that makes it part of its mission to spread kindness. The episode features one of Think Productive’s free webinars on the productivity of kindness. > Rejecting the “business baddy” narrative Graham begins by talking about some ...


  5. Redundancy and getting un-stuck, with Eleanor Tweddell

    Eleanor named her company Another Door after being told that “when one door closes, another door opens”, a sentiment that irritated her. > If they can do that, so can I. Eleanor talks about how people’s apparent success in difficult times like redundancy can act as fuel, or can knock ...