Episode 16: Productivity hacks for a calm and effective life, with Dr Gandalf

In this episode, Rachel is joined by Dr Hussain Ghandi aka Dr Gandalf, GP, PCN Director, creator of eGPLearning  and host of the popular eGPLearning Podblast.

We chat about how to be more efficient and effective by making those tiny, incremental changes which, when added up will save us a whole heap of time. We delve into Ghandi’s daily routine to find out how he can fit so much in and discuss simple productivity hacks that GPs, doctors and people in other busy jobs can use – no tech needed!

Ghandi shares his top 3 tips for GPs: Do the biggest and most unpleasant tasks first, batch up your tasks so that you do the same things at the same time and – the quickest and easiest to do – turn off your notifications! This helps you to avoid the trap of multitasking (or attention diversion as it’s otherwise known).

Podcast links

Podcast links

https://egplearning.co.uk

Dr Rachel Morris video interview about resilience on the eGPLearning podblast

Follow Ghandi on twitter @drgandalf52 @egplearning

https://hbr.org/2019/11/how-remote-workers-make-work-friends

https://calendly.com

https://todo.microsoft.com/tasks/

Ike to do app

The Miracle Morning: The 6 habits that will transform your life before 8am book

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Episode 20 – A creative solution to stress with Ruth Cocksedge

In this episode, Rachel is joined by Ruth Cocksedge a Practitioner Psychologist who started her career as a mental health nurse. She practices in Cambridge and has a particular interest in EMDR for PTSD and creative writing as a way to improve mental health and wellbeing.

Episode 11 – The magical art of reading sweary books

In this episode, Rachel is joined once again by Dr Liz O’Riordan, the ‘Breast Surgeon with Breast Cancer’, TEDx speaker, author, blogger, triathlete and all round superstar who has been nominated for ‘Woman of the Year’.

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