On this special That Scruffy Post Show Kanen sits down with Stu Maschwitz and Merlin Mann on their second visit to the show! They discuss delegation, dealing with email and to do lists, assistants, and working hard to make being lazy possible. Does it get better than that?
This episode features the song "The Scruffy Thinking Show" by Andrew Ferris. You should check out his website for more information.
There will be a live That Post Show at NAB, on Wednesday April 10th at 5:30 PM on the main Autodesk Stage. We will be taking audience questions and bringing a few people on-stage. Guests to be announced.
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The takeaway from this episode is to quit thinking you are smarter than your lizard brain. You're not. And Merlin is never busy, just time constrained.
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This show was edited by audio geek wonder girl Kristin Martin. She's still a little new to the Scruffy team but is by no means new to the audio/podcasting world. Follow her on Twitter.
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Kanen is the Creative Director (and troublemaker) behind Scruffy.TV, which includes That Post Show. Scruffy Thinking, Scruffy Shows and HERO PUNK. He is also the Writer and Director of Jake Forgotten. You can follow him on twitter, and check out his latest: The Dark Knight Descends.
Better known as @hotdogsladies, Merlin is the creator of Inbox Zero -- which doesn't mean what you think, trust me on this -- the co-host of Back To Work with Dan Benjamin and part of the ensemble comedy troupe, You Look Nice Today which was once featured on Quotidian Public Radio.