I’m excited to announce that I’m launching a podcast, The Informed Life. The tagline hints at what the show is about: Better living through skillful information management.
In this age of smartphones, social media, and fake news, you have access to more information in more situations than ever before. Information is central to how you make decisions. It can enrich your life, but it can also squander your attention. What if you could use information to help you achieve your goals?
The Informed Life will explore how folks from different fields manage their personal information ecosystems to be more effective:
How are they using information to their advantage?
Do they use social media? If so, how do they get the best out of it without wasting time?
How do they deal with communications over email and chat?
How do they keep track of commitments?
How do they keep their project-related documents together?
I suspect everyone does these things a little bit differently, and want to learn what works and what doesn’t.
The first episode is a conversation with my friend, co-author, and publisher Lou Rosenfeld. We discuss how he manages information to effectively coordinate the various workstreams at Rosenfeld Media, including the upcoming Enterprise Experience conference.
You won’t find The Informed Life in your favorite podcast directory yet. That will come over time. For now, you can listen by visiting TheInformed.Life, following on Twitter, or subscribing with your favorite podcast client. (Here’s the RSS feed.)
I’m new to hosting a podcast and am looking for feedback on how to make it better. Please get in touch if you have thoughts or comments on the show. Hope you enjoy it!