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Nov 30, 2017


On today's show I interview Peter Mockaitis who I met at Podcast Movement (who I really liked) because of he’s super fun personality, is super relaxed and he knows a LOT. You can usually catch him working with CEO’s on strategy and helping them organize their teams, he talks a lot about critical thinking and collaborative training a lot of the stuff that I’m more and more interested in all the time. So that is why today’s episode is titled “How to be awesome with your time!”

We are going to talk about scheduling, meetings, priorities, and a bunch more. You can find out more about Peat at Awesome at your Job and his podcast “How to be awesome at your job”


“Stop reading so much and go think.”

Angela Duckworth, Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance


Let’s talk about thinking and thinking time.
I find if I don’t schedule in thinking time - i end up being task driven rather than strategy driven….


When do successful CEO’s schedule this is?

* How to prioritize and focus on what really matters.

* How to waste less time


What's one thing you could do in your business, such that by doing it, everything else becomes easier or un-necessary?


What are you pretending not to know? Why?

Enhanced Thinking & Collaboration (ETC) Training Program

Substantial and Quantifiable Value

  • Improved use of thinking and collaboration practices (up 10%)*
  • Acceleration of analyses in arriving at answers (24 minutes per person per week)*
  • Reduced time wasted in meetings (1 hour per person per week)*
  • Financial payback occurring in under one year*


I rap with Pete Mockaitis about:

  • how to prioritize and focus on what really matters
  • how to waste less time


What you’ll get out of tuning in:    

  • Learn how to be more efficient in collaboration
  • Understand how to better manage your thinking



Pete Mockaitis [Muh KITE iss] is an award-winning trainer who helps brilliant professionals perform optimally at work.

He’s delivered 1-on-1 coaching to over 700 clients hailing from world-class organizations (such as Google, McKinsey & Company, the United Nations, Goldman Sachs, and Apple), 50 countries, and every Ivy League school.

He began his career at Bain & Company and currently hosts the How to be Awesome at your Job podcast at AwesomeAtYourJob. The show receives over a million downloads from 160 countries and has ranked in the top 5 within the iTunes Careers podcast charts.