Superorganizers

How smart people organize what they know.

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How hard should I push myself?

What the science of stress tells us about peak performance

474 Jan 26, 2021 by Dan Shipper

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The CEO of No

How entrepreneur Andrew Wilkinson turns emails into opportunities

406 Sep 11, 2020 by Dan Shipper

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The Four Kinds of Side Hustles

The CEO of Kettle and Fire breaks down how he thinks about side business opportunities

353 Sep 16, 2020 by Justin Mares

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The CEO with an Empty Calendar

How the founder of Doist manages a team of 80 without meetings

188 Aug 11, 2020

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How Josh Kaufman Does Research 

The author of The Personal MBA shares his process for finding answers hiding in plain sight

180 🔒 Aug 20, 2020

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The Fall of Roam

I don’t use Roam anymore. Why?

176 Feb 12, 2022 by Dan Shipper

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Following the White-Hot Fire Inside of You

In the Studio with Painter Brian Rutenberg

144 🔒 Mar 17, 2022 by Kieran O‘Hare

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How to Make Yourself Into a Learning Machine

Shopify’s Director of Production Engineering explains how reading broadly helps him get to the bottom of things

133 Mar 3, 2020

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The Double Life of Productivity’s Most Famous Doctor

YouTuber Ali Abdaal shares how he makes the productivity videos that have netted him 1M subscribers

132 🔒 Sep 24, 2020 by Dan Shipper

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How I Got My Brain Back

Using observation, investigation, and productivity methods to understand my depression

122 🔒 Nov 16, 2021 by Brie Wolfson

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Managing Your Manager

How Helping Your Manager Succeed Will Help You Succeed

120 Mar 9, 2022 by Brie Wolfson

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Amanda Goetz Doesn’t Believe in Balance

The VP of Marketing at the Knot Talks About Blending Rather Than Balancing Work and Life

118 Oct 7, 2020 by Dan Shipper

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How the Head of Growth at Superhuman Does His Email

Gaurav Vohra on how he uses focus and flow to find order in the chaos of his work life

109 🔒 Aug 29, 2020 by Dan Shipper

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Against Ikigai

And How to Move Toward a Diversified Portfolio of Meaning

105 🔒 Apr 6, 2022 by Simone Stolzoff

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Andrew Huberman’s Morning Routine, Backed by Neuroscience

A Summary of How the Podcast Host Starts His Day

102 🔒 Jan 25, 2022 by Dan Shipper, Julie Mosow, and Eric Thompson

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What Worked for Me in 2021

I’m constantly experimenting with tools, systems, routines, books, and supplements to try to live a better life. Experimentation is the esse

82 🔒 Dec 22, 2021 by Dan Shipper

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How to Win the Great British Bake Off

Peter Sawkins Sits Down to Discuss Framing, Faith, and Finding His Path

80 🔒 Feb 1, 2022 by Kieran O‘Hare

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The Notetaking Cold War

Digging into the philosophical roots of the battle between Tiago Forte and Conor White-Sullivan

75 🔒 Jun 26, 2020

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Surgical Reading: How to Read 12 Books at Once

How to efficiently get what you need out of reading, multiple books at a time

72 Jun 23, 2020

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5 Ways to Get the Most Out of iOS

Examining the hidden gems inside of your iPhone

67 🔒 Aug 13, 2020

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Walking as a Productivity System

How walks create the foundation of Craig Mod's creative work

65 Jul 27, 2021 by Kieran O‘Hare

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Seth Godin Hates Being Organized

We talk about how you might be wasting time organizing instead of shipping, how he writes his blog posts, and how he gives speeches.

65 Mar 11, 2020

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What is underneath productivity?

I’ve been obsessing about productivity for a long time. I used to spend a lot of time thinking about tools for thought and second brains. Bu

65 🔒 Oct 22, 2021 by Dan Shipper

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Why You’re Not Doing Creative Work

And how to start again even if you don't have time

60 🔒 Feb 28, 2022 by Dan Shipper

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How To Do Hard Things

A founder explores his journey with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

58 🔒 May 4, 2022 by Casey Rosengren