Episode 034: Mallie Rydzik – To-Do Lists That Don’t Suck

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TOPICS:

(1:05) Introducing Mallie
(2:09) Before bullet journaling
(3:24) Giving it a try
(4:21) Mallie’s bullet journaling basics
(6:39) When new items come up
(7:43) Symbols
(8:13) To-done list
(9:41) The case for paper over digital
(11:21) Paper tracking
(14:03) Customer relationship management
(14:41) The big takeaway
(15:17) Best financial investment
(16:18) Worst financial investment
(17:36) Finding Mallie

It sounds like this big huge giant system… but the important thing is learning what the system is and then adapting it to what works for you.
— Mallie Rydzik

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GUEST BIO:

Mallie Rydzik is a strategist and coach to visionary entrepreneurs and high achievers. In her third year of a PhD program in atmospheric science, she was diagnosed with multiple mental illnesses; the resulting process of recovery and self-discovery led her to reimagine how life and work fit together. Now, as an advocate for creative entrepreneurship worldwide, she is working to turn entrepreneurs into CEOs and bridge the gap between creative and logical thinking. She is serving her mission and her international audience daily through her work as a consultant, writer, and speaker. Mallie’s first book, The Creative CEO Revolution, is a manifesto for the future of work slated for release in 2017.

WHERE YOU CAN FIND HER:

www.mallierydzik.com
Social Media – @mallierydzik