Andy Traub on capturing ideas and priorities – BTTDL002

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In 2009 he started his company to help businesses create audio content to build better connections with their customers. In 2011 he launched the Take Permission Media Network to consolidate his podcasts and offer a place for other content creators to post their shows. Now I host podcasts and help businesses create audio products. Andy has also written a great book on practicing the tough work of being more productive by rising early: The Early To Rise Experience: Learn To Rise Early in 30 Days.

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  • http://www.christopherbattles.net/ Christopher Battles

    Thank you Erik and Andy.
    What stood out was the attitude Andy has of serving his wife with coffee and such.
    That is inspiring.
     
    K, bye

    • http://www.andytraub.com andytraub

       @Christopher Battles Thx brother. Appreciate that came across.

      • http://twitter.com/ErikJFisher ErikJFisher

         @andytraub  @Christopher Battles It’s something people don’t often consider when it comes to productivity: The WHY of getting the stuff done. It’s to serve. 

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