Join your host, Erik Fisher, as he talks to successful friends and influencers about how they manage their time, prioritize their tasks, and take steps to avoid burnout. Every vote really does matter, so please remember to vote every day, Mary 29 through June 12! Erik Fisher, Steve Dotto and Mike Vardy talk about planning, executing and re-acclimating after time off work for vacations, sick time, or travel. Zachary Sexton is a writer, podcaster, teacher, meditator, skier and non-recovering business, caffeine and productivity junkie. Claire Diaz-Ortiz is an author, speaker, and entrepreneur who has been named one of the 100 Most Creative People in Business by Fast Company. Chris Bailey, from A Life of Productivity talks about mastering the intersection between time, attention and energy to overcome procrastination in improve your focus. Chris Bailey turned down lucrative job offers to pursue a lifelong dream—to spend a year performing a deep dive experiment into the pursuit of productivity, a subject he had been enamored with since he was a teenager. The Productivity Project—and the lessons Chris learned—are the result of that year-long journey. Brett Kelly on talks about the lessons learned from a recent launch failure, mastering your Mac and Evernote. Dave Delaney shares how to create structure, routines and remain flexible when plans change.
Dave Delaney is a recognized leader, consultant and keynote speaker on digital marketing, social media strategy, and business networking. Ryan McRae has had Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder all of his life, but he wasn’t going to let ADHD run him down. Aleen Simms from AgileBits joins Erik this episode to talk about one of his top productivity tools: 1Password.
1Password creates strong, unique passwords for all of your sites and logs you in with a single tap. Michael Hyatt talks about how to stop drifting through life, course correction and designing the life you really want. Mike Vardy, Steve Dotto and Erik Fisher discuss how far New Years Resolutions can go, Rules and Seasons.
Guest host Andrew Mason interviews Erik Fisher on experience, changes and growth in over 3 years of productivity podcasting. Greg Scown, cofounder of Smile Software talks about the Productivity benefits of Textexpander. In this episode Kent and Erik discuss feeling lost as an artist, being stuck in your creative life, finding inspiration, figuring out your priorities, and taking control of your time. Justin Wise of Think Digital talks about the true meaning of the word Hustle, and being super productive while not losing sight of what matters most. Jeff Sanders of The 5am Miracle talks about making the most of your time, posting and maintaining your energy and equilibrium zero. Clark Vandeventer talks about lifestyle design, portfolio income, priorities and reinvention. Mystie Winckler talks about living an organized life, walkthrough a brain dump, and organizing your attitude. Laura Vanderkam talks about having it all: success in a career, family and self investment.
Jessica Rhodes and Corey Coates walk through the inception and creation process of their podcast project 'The Podcast Producers'.
Cliff Ravenscraft, of GSPN.tv aka 'The Podcast Answer Man' shares about his new mission to live fully alive by creating and crossing finish lines daily. Craig Jarrow of Time Management Ninja and Mike Vardy of Productivityist debate the Apple Watch. Ben Elijah talks about dealing with information overload and choosing the right tools for the right work.
Donald Miller talks about his new book "Scary Close", and quitting performing and being honest with yourself and others. Tripp Crosby and Tyler Stanton of Tripp and Tyler talk about creativity, ideas and execution.
We also spend some time talking about the documentary 'Legends of The Knight' about people who's lives have been impacted by Batman. Julie Sheranosher was a Captain in the army and had absolutely no choice but to get REALLY good with time management. As well as being great fun, these classes are designed to support your child in developing essential musical and social skills, whilst giving the whole family lots of new ideas for songs and musical games to sing and play at home. Tickets MUST be purchased in advance from the Ticket Office or online (available up to one hour before the start time). Malcolm Middleton is a guitarist and songwriter best known for his work with the Scottish alternative rock band Arab Strap. Adam Ant is to embark on a 14 date UK tour in May 2016 performing the iconic album Kings Of The Wild Frontier, live and in sequence for the very first time, with many of the album tracks never having been performed live.
Adam Ant performs the iconic album Kings Of The Wild Frontier live and in sequence plus much more!
This will be a chance to hear the anthemic Ant Music, the breakthrough tribal song Dog Eat Dog and riotous title track Kings Of The Wild Frontier, alongside the hit songs and selections from Adams considerable back catalogue.
Music and the Deaf presents: The 4ORTE Ensemble, a unique group of the finest deaf and hard of hearing musicians in the UK.


The 4ORTE musicians will also each give a brief talk about their lives and their experiences as professional deaf musicians, and hope to inspire both deaf and hearing people alike that music should be for all, regardless of a person?s level of hearing.
Rosie Munro, from Midlothian in Scotland, will be performing a selection of material on the fiddle for her final recital. Birds are scattered throughout folk song, whether serving as a pretty ornament or an extended metaphor. Join the original and the best celebration of Motown's Greatest Hits with the spectacular, critically acclaimed Dancing it the Streets.
Experience the energy and electricity of the motor city in a stunning production packed with hit after hit, all killer, no filler! The talented cast and band will bring to life the infectious, melodic, foot-tapping songs with a touch of soul and style guaranteed to have you signing along and dancing in the aisles. Caitlin has always been passionate about her home county, Caithness and its unique way of life. Krocodile Klub has been running since 1998, providing a friendly atmosphere where people with learning disabilities and their friends can make new friends, meet up with old ones, hear great music, dance, chill and perform on open mic.
Mozart had a lifelong admiration for Johann Christian Bach, and it was under the mastercomposer?s tutelage that Wolfgang?s style matured.
Each year Sage Gateshead is thrilled to showcase the considerable talents of this degree programme?s graduates and helps to launch their careers as performers, composers and teachers. This year the SummerTyne Country Gospel Choir is joined by Yola Carter for another trip through gospel classics. Eliza will be travelling to six countries: Finland, Greece, the Czech Republic, Orkney, Austria and Italy, to meet these people, interview them and make music together with them for an album which will be released in the Summer of 2017.
This concert in Sage Two launches the project and will be the first time most of the musicians will have met, to perform music some of which is already written and some of which will be created especially for the night. 2015 sees Beverley celebrating 20 years since the release of her debut album the B- Funk and the new tour, her first in 4 years, will feature many of her hits from down the years, as well as songs she has performed in her critically acclaimed West End shows and material from the forthcoming album, more details of which will be announced shortly.
Her outstanding live performances as a touring artist have gained her a legion of famous fans over the years, from David Bowie to Prince, Stevie Wonder to Quincy Jones.
Welcoming and sociable groups singing a wide-ranging mix of repertoire in parts to suit any level using tutors from Sage Gateshead but in venues around the region.
Centrally located just off Front Street, close to the town centre bus station and nearby car parks. Looking to perfect your skills and use your knowledge and experience to its full potential.
If you book onto more than one session you will receive a discount of ?5 (full term) or 2.50 (half term) for each subsequent session booked.
Discounted rates are only available on sessions which cost ?45 per term or ?22.50 per half term. Madrigals were written around the time of Queen Elizabeth to be sung for fun in mixed voice parts. This is not an auditioned group, but you would need to be experienced in partsinging and able to follow written music. Have fun singing a different opera each term in a friendly, relaxed and creative atmosphere. For anyone who would benefit from a boost in confidence, self-esteem and the chance to meet new people. Almost all of the chant is conversation between soloist and choir or between different groups of singers.
For singers and instrumentalists who are keen to learn Appalachian and American roots music.
The end of an academic year brings a showcase of talented musicians from the newly formed BTEC partnership between Gateshead College and Sage Gateshead to Sage Two. This two night spectacular features all of the best moments from a year of outstanding performances.
Welcoming and sociable groups singing a wideranging mix of repertoire in parts to suit any level using tutors from Sage Gateshead but in venues around the region.
After obtaining his business degree, he created a blog to chronicle a year-long series of productivity experiments he conducted on himself, where he also continued his research and interviews with some of the world’s foremost experts, from Charles Duhigg to David Allen. I’m also the New York Times bestselling author of eight books and counting, including the forthcoming Insider: Strategies and Secrets for Business Growth in the Age of Distractions.
Make sure to grab your free 30 day Trial of Nozbe Pro, and shoot Erik a message if you’d like his Morning Routine Template after you grab that trial! We talk about why this character means something to us, how awesome he is, why we wear Batman T-Shirts, and much more. She found out that she had a talent for understanding people's needs and routines and matching them with custom-tailored time management systems that work for them. Over the course of 10 years they released 6 studio albums before splitting amicably in 2006. The activities support your baby?s development through music and movement, and can easily be used at home. The triple platinum-selling Kings Of The Wild Frontier sold over 8 million copies and was originally released in 1980, dominating the UK charts, spending more time in the top slot than any other album at the time and went on to achieve world wide recognition and subsequent success.
They will perform an exciting mix of solo, accompanied and ensemble music, joined by guest performers who also have a level of hearing loss. Each concert will be different, conceived and created by one student, but usually with a band of others to bring in depth and diversity.


She will be showcasing tunes that she has learnt during her four years on the Newcastle University Folk Degree from the British Isles, Cape Breton and Scandinavia. Since starting the Folk and Traditional Music degree at Newcastle University, she has studied with many fantastic fiddle tutors from around the world, including Catriona Macdonald, and during her semester abroad, spent in the mountains of Telemark, ?non Egeland. Within this recital, Niamh will explore a selection of songs, accompanied by her band, showcasing birds and birdsong as prevalent cornerstones of folk song imagery; from England, to Ireland, to America, old and new.
Since moving to Newcastle in 2012, she has studied with James Fagan, Nancy Kerr, Anni Fentiman, Tom McConville and many others.
With a jazz quartet she will be playing mostly her own jazz arrangements of traditional tunes from Scotland and Scandinavia.
Growing up surrounded by dramatic coastlines, cathedral skies and open, rolling land, the very far north is the source of inspiration for her final recital. The prodigy?s Piano Concerto No.12 contains a subtle nod to Bach?s La Calamita de?Couri Overture, as the two were finally separated by the latter?s death.
This is your chance to see the fantastic talents of 2016?s final year just before they graduate.
If ever there was a time to have a creative discussion on the similarities between the great musical dynasties of Europe, this is surely it. She has sold over a million albums in the UK along the way, including four gold certified albums.
She has collaborated on stage and on record with the likes of Prince, Jamiroquai, Bryan Adams, Ronnie Wood, Andrea Bocelli, Lionel Richie, Take That and Chaka Kahn.
Join this ever growing ensemble which covers a broad range of repertoire and brush up on your skills. If you?d like to try a new genre or something a little more challenging, this is the place for you to develop and improve your skills. Sessions are likely to be genrespecific with performance as a key element of the group?s aims. This unaccompanied small singing group is both fun and challenging; a subtle communication is developed among the singers to establish tempo and dynamics. Experienced tutors and talented musicians will support participants in a relaxed, fun and friendly environment.
The sessions focus on performance skills, having fun, learning by ear and working together. These groups are designed to help you to conquer your fears as well as develop basic skills and technique so that you can quickly take your musicmaking to the next level.
Participants will learn by ear and then see how different styles of notation represent the melodies. Learn folk tunes and songs with the opportunity to bring your own suggestions and to work on new arrangements.
Using traditional Brazilian drums and hand percussion, this group will get you into the carnival spirit. This show will help you do that with conversations with the people behind the productivity.
In this episode we cover the multiple aspects of taking a planned or unplanned break from work. This episode is one part of a two part conversation between Zach and Erik on Mastery and Efficiency, within the context of Podcasting. Discover what Ryan has found to help you or someone you know get better focus, procrastinate less and thrive in productivity, even if you don’t have ADHD. From traditional Norwegian bygdedans tunes to own compositions, this recital will look at some of the changing and evolving traditions of the British Isles and further afield.
Guided by experienced jazz musicians you will learn to improvise in an informal supportive environment. Accolades include an MBE awarded by the Queen in 2007 for her services to music and charity, three MOBO Awards, several Brit Awards nominations and an outstanding achievement award at The Urban Music Awards.
Some familiarity with the instrument required but no previous ensemble experience is necessary. We talk with people on all aspects of productivity, including getting the right work done, getting good work done, and the true end goal of productivity: living a meaningful life. We talk about planning ahead, working or not during a break, and what to do when you are done. She?ll be performing on fiddle and Hardanger fiddle, and will be accompanied by a range of musicians, both past and present students from the Newcastle Folk Degree. Erik Fisher talks with real people who practically implement productivity strategies in their professional and personal lives. Also, make sure to check out the Asian Efficiency write up of how they launched their show.
You'll be refreshed and inspired after hearing how others fail and succeed at daily productivity and be inspired and instructed on how to move forward yourself.




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