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Episode 7: Rafi Pryntz-Nadworny Episode 7

Episode 7: Rafi Pryntz-Nadworny

The black sheep of a family of performers, Rafi has worked in marketing operations for over 7 years. He’s passionate about helping people bring their business ideas to life with productivity coaching. In his spare time, he teaches acro yoga, snorkels, and makes gigantic soap bubbles.

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  1. What projects are you concentrating on during your focused hours?
    1. Multi-passionate
    2. Marketing operations
    3. Side projects:
      1. Productivity and confidence coaching
      2. Next iteration of buying software - software finds
  2. How about the rest of the time? What do you enjoy doing in your off time?
    1. Acro yoga
    2. Snorkeling
    3. Hiking
    4. Soap bubbles
    5. Side projects
    6. Web comics
      1. Dogmatic Vegan

    7. TV series:
      1. Severance
    8. Cooking
      1. Vegetarian
      2. French/Italian/Mexican/Thai
      3. Invite friends over
        1. Food poisoning 
  3. What does your morning routine look like and how has it evolved over time?
    1. Pushups: one day more than the day before 80%
    2. Tracking happiness every day: tripled happiness
      1. built in breaks
      2. moved to Hawaii in 2020
  4. What do you do to optimise productivity during your working hours?
    1. Energy management: measure peaks in energy and do most challenging work when brain is sharpest. Do easy work after lunch when tired.
    2. Combine different disciplines:
      1. Apply psychology to marketing/training
      2. Checklists (Checklist manifesto)
    3. Technique library
      1. People who think like you would benefit most from X technique
  5. How do you switch off at night?
    1. Sleeping
      1. Vibrating Bracelet to shift state
      2. Ice cold sleep mask
    2. Winding down
      1. Reducing screentime
  6. What resources (books, philosophies, apps) do you find most helpful for productivity and habit formation?
    1. "Learning how to learn" by Barbara Oakley free MOOC
      1. Different modes of thinking: more creative when slightly tired and just after waking up
    2. "5 second rule" (but not always relevant)
    3. "The happiness advantage"
    4. Pomodoro technique
  7. Do you have any final words or asks for our audience?


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