Very practical and actionable advice. I highly recommend listening to this podcast as it has the ability to positively impact your business and life.
This podcast always delivers creative and tangible advice. I enjoy listening to all the different lessons! Would recommended this podcast to everyone!
I love this podcast, I really do. But of the episodes I have listened to, I am finding it really hard to relate to my life. A lot of these people run their own businesses and while that is likely more than a 40 hour per week gig, it also allows them a lot of flexibility. I listened to the Katie Krimitsos episode recently hoping to find some helpful tidbits for a working mom. Instead I hear that she doesn’t start her day until 9:30 and usually ends about 2. Those are not normal working hours for most working moms. She also mentioned getting a kid-free 24 hours every week. While it’s nice that she has so much flexibility, that just isn’t realistic for most of us. Alllll that to say, I do like the podcast I am just hoping for more relatable guests in the future. As a mom who works a full time, 8-5, Monday - Friday job, I would love to hear from someone who has navigated that scenario successfully.
This podcast is such a great blend of practical how-to’s AND mindset shifts - I always walk away with something I can immediately apply to my everyday productivity efforts. And I get plenty of book recommendations! I definitely recommend this podcast to everyone!
Beyond the to do’s is so good. All about being more efficient and therefore getting more time – the thing that’s most precious to all of us. Great stuff - john
I just wanted to take a moment and say thank you for creating such an impactful podcast! I believe that we all have a voice that deserves to be heard. Thank you for putting this into the world! BE UNBROKEN! @MichaelUnbroken
It has been already 7 years since I became a fan of the Beyond To-do List. Erik straight to the point ideas and profound questions make each interview interesting to listen. I owe a good part of my body of work to the show.
You’ll walk away from every single episode learning something very useful and actionable. Erik asks thoughtful questions so guests open up and drop golden nuggets throughout. He is amazing at pulling out value. Don’t think twice- just subscribe. It’s a great use of your time.
You're a really good podcastor, you are so good @ facilitating these conversations! Great job!!!
After listening to numerous summary episodes elsewhere, I had to subscribe here. I’ve found the information useful and I’ve been introduced to new productivity books and podcasts. Thanks!
I believe we struggle with these things multipple times in our life. Especially with big life changes. Erik explans how to organize and get a hold of these issues in a simple an effective way!
Erik Fisher hits all the right notes in his podcast "Beyond the To-Do List". The emphasis on community and taking action are exactly what are needed to thrive in our current business climate. A Must Subscribe!
Erik, host of the Beyond the To-Do List podcast, highlights all aspects of productivity and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!
Amazing interviews and information. Erik does a great job in his interviews with people who DO get stuff done. Looking forward to many more episodes and continued learning from this podcast.
I love this podcast. Erik is without a doubt one of the best podcasters out there, especially in the productivity. He consistently gets guests to open up and have real conversations. I have heard some of the same guests interviewed on other shows and got nothing out of it except a lot of booty-kissing and mutual bromance/ego-boosting. However, Erik pulls out real information from people and gets their personalities to shine. I learn so much from his interviews and he's introduced so many authors, books, and tips that have improved my life. Highly recommended!
There is no better podcast out there to learn how to stop procrastinating and get stuff done. If you want to improve time management and productivity, this is your place to go!
In this podcast really helpful people are interviewed such as Mamie lKanfer Stewart. Sometimes I pause the podcast to take notes.Sometimes I buy the person’s book. I’ve been binge listening to it. But don’t listen to episode 303 that guy is really depressing. He wants everyone to think he’s super happy and is hawking his book about doing things that are fun even though he comes across as super angry. It was just sad and spoiled my drive home.
This is a great show to have in your feed because there are always great discussions and perspectives on getting stuff done in a better way. Subscribe and listen often you will learn great things!
Erik's show explores a wide array of productivity hacks that range from the classic time management to more new age minimalism. There’s something for everyone. Plus, superstar guests like Michael Hyatt! Highly recommend adding this one to your favs! -Amber Beam, Career Coach
Erik, love the show but the audio coming from your mic is almost impossible to listen to. It’s high pitched with all mid range and no lows. Please fix so I can listen again!!! Keep up the good work.
I dare you not to learn something from each and every podcast. Love this podcast!
Started listening today on my morning drive and already rolled through Joel Comm and Eric Zimmer’s interview. Love this podcast. Usually, the hustle, grind, to-do list perfectionist. It’s great to hear experienced leaders and professionals give advice, tools and best practices on achieving your goals while living a balanced life.
This is one of my favorite podcasts ever!! I always have an outcome of every episode !!
The best productivity podcast I've come across. Eric is an incredible interviewer, and the guest selection is off-the-charts. Pick any random episode and you're sure to kick your butt into gear and stop proocrastinating.
So happy I came across this podcast, and I know my wife is too! I've always been one to put things off and procrastinate. I'm only a couple of episodes in, but I've already found tips I can apply to my life, like the 5 project limit. Erik does a great job hosting and engaging the guest to get the best out them! Can't wait to check out more episodes!