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Often when it comes to productivity we want to immediately jump to apps, systems, and life hacks. But without the proper foundation those tools are useless. In this episode, we discuss the starting point for how believers should approach managing our lives for God’s glory. Welcome to Christian productivity 101. Sign-up for the Redeeming Productivit…
 
Weekly reviews are one of the best tools to keep us on track toward our goals, but they are also the easiest to neglect when we get busy. In this episode, I talk about weekly reviews, why they are so important for productive believers, and some suggestions on what to include in your review. Show notes: 9:49 – What is a weekly review 15:06 – Element…
 
Walking is the free miracle drug that nobody takes. In this episode, I talk about some of the productivity benefits of taking a daily walk. Show notes: 7:24 – Benefits of walking 17:54 – Ways to walk more 20:04 – Conclusion More from Redeeming Productivity: Sign-up for the Redeeming Productivity Newsletter and get my free morning routine planner. I…
 
There’s a term you’ve probably been hearing everywhere over the last few years: Self-care. Is self-care something Christians should practice or is it really just sinful self-indulgence? Show notes: 5:04 – History of the term self-care 12:07 – So why is this phrase so polarizing among Christians? 17:09 – We need balance in our lives 20:41 – Self-car…
 
Dale Partridge created several successful businesses before moving into full time ministry. In this episode, we discuss how Christians ought to think about success, biblical house churches, and Dale’s own personal productivity practices. Dale is the Founder and President of Relearn.org, a digital ministry committed to strengthening biblical and the…
 
Imagine if individuals partnered with their churches to reach the online world for Christ. What might that look like? Sign-up for the Redeeming Productivity Newsletter. If you enjoy Redeeming Productivity, consider supporting my work on Patreon, where you’ll get exclusive updates and early releases of new content. Read More Than Influencers. Show N…
 
In this episode, I outline the steps I’m taking to manage my tasks and time so that I stay productive now that I’m working for myself. Links: Sign-up for the Redeeming Productivity Newsletter. Things 3 – https://culturedcode.com/things/ Drafts – https://getdrafts.com/ Show Notes: 0:00 – Welcome 2:04 – Why you need a plan 3:59 – Start work early 5:2…
 
Most modern people spend a lot of time trying to avoid thinking about death. Many want to pretend it doesn’t exist at all. But for Christians, thinking about our inevitable demise can be one of the best ways to get inspired to tackle the day’s work. Let’s talk about getting morbid to get motivated. Sign-up for the Redeeming Productivity Newsletter.…
 
“Do what you love” is a common piece of advice. But is it something Christians should follow? Plus, a very big announcement. Sign-up for the Redeeming Productivity Newsletter. If you enjoy Redeeming Productivity, consider supporting my work on Patreon, where you’ll get exclusive updates and early releases of new content. Links Mentioned on the Show…
 
If you struggle to make decisions, or feel stuck between two goals, that may be a sign of a bigger issue. It may actually be a sin issue. Let’s talk about indecision and double-mindedness. Sign-up for the Redeeming Productivity Newsletter. If you enjoy Redeeming Productivity, consider supporting my work on Patreon, where you’ll get exclusive update…
 
The self-improvement and personal productivity industry is massive. It’s worth well over $10 billion a year. At any given moment many of the books on the best sellers list are personal development books. And many of the best selling books of all time are books about personal productivity or self-improvement. People are looking for answers. But can …
 
Risk is part of life. Every time we lace up our shoes and leave the house, we are taking on some level of risk. We could be humiliated, we could be robbed, we could even die. But if we are to live faithfully or do anything useful with our lives we need to get comfortable with risk. Watch on YouTube: How to Take Sermon Notes Sign-up for the Redeemin…
 
A lot of times we think that be more productive, we need to add things to our lives. Another habit, another app, a new routine, etc. But, actually, the very opposite is true. If you want to add to your productivity, the best place to start is by subtracting things from your life. Sign-up for the Redeeming Productivity Newsletter. If you enjoy Redee…
 
We are all optimizing our lives for something, health, money, relationships, etc. But as we try to become more productive, the smartest thing to optimize for is eternal reward. Sign-up for the Redeeming Productivity Newsletter. If you enjoy Redeeming Productivity, consider supporting my work on Patreon, where you’ll get exclusive updates and early …
 
It’s a New Year. Maybe you made some resolutions. But were they all about you or all about Jesus? Let’s talk about how you can make sure the goals you set for 2021 are aimed at glorifying God. Sign-up for the Redeeming Productivity Newsletter. If you enjoy Redeeming Productivity, consider supporting my work on Patreon, where you’ll get exclusive up…
 
As we look ahead to a new year, I took some time to look back at what the Lord has taught me in the previous one. This episode is admittedly a bit self-indulgent, but hopefully, it will spark some ideas for you. Sign-up for the Redeeming Productivity Newsletter. If you enjoy Redeeming Productivity, consider supporting my work on Patreon, where you’…
 
A victimhood mindset is antithetical to the gospel and to personal productivity. People who think of themselves as victims are trapped in a prison of their own mind, always waiting for someone to come save them. If you adopt a victimhood mindset, you will never get anywhere. This self-pitying mind trap must be destroyed whenever it rears its ugly h…
 
Christians are to strive for quality in all that we do, but it’s not always possible to do everything with excellence. So, how do we decide where to skimp? Sign-up for the Redeeming Productivity Newsletter. If you enjoy Redeeming Productivity, consider supporting my work on Patreon, where you’ll get exclusive updates and early releases of new conte…
 
Here are 8 practical strategies to help you build discipline in your life. Links Read this as an article, 8 Strategies for Developing Christ-Honoring Self-Discipline Listen to part one: RPS #61 — You Need to Learn Discipline Sign-up for the Redeeming Productivity Newsletter. If you enjoy Redeeming Productivity, consider supporting my work on Patreo…
 
Summary Discipline is a rare commodity. In business, those who have it succeed consistently, those who don’t just get by or get lucky. For Christians, however, discipline is a necessity. But what is discipline, why do we need it, and how can we learn it? Links Read this as an article, Self-Discipline Is the Gateway to Christian Maturity. Sign-up fo…
 
Do you ever have those days where you come home and think, “that was a really productive day”? Imagine if you could make every day feel productive and let that momentum carry you through, not just days, but weeks of productive work. Links My new employer, Not the Bee. Sign-up for the Redeeming Productivity Newsletter. If you enjoy Redeeming Product…
 
Your outlook on life is one of the biggest factors in deciding the quality and success of your work. But should Christians be optimists? And what does biblically-based optimism even look like? Links My new job: Not the Bee. Read the post this episode is based on, “Should I Be Optimistic?” on The Master’s Seminary blog. Listen to my testimony. Sign-…
 
Where would you be today if you weren’t so afraid of other people’s opinions? That’s the question that drove me to look for biblical answers to my fear of man. In this episode, we discuss how destructive living in the fear of others can be to our lives and personal productivity, and how Scripture provides a way out of this snare. I also share a big…
 
In this episode, we talk about the joy of reading, note taking, Roam Research vs. Notion, and applying note taking techniques to writing and idea creation. Links Episode 55 – Bible Notetaking Systems with Matthew Everhard Relearning the Joy of Reading (Blog) How to Take Smart Notes by **Sönke Ahrens Track book series for students – Track is a serie…
 
No matter how well we plan, organize, and delegate, sometimes we drop the ball. Sometimes we let people down. Sometimes we fail to live up to our commitments. And sometimes we make matters worse by failing to communicate. This can lead to broken trust and people losing respect for you. So, how do we drop the ball gracefully? Today I’m going to give…
 
In this episode, I am joined by Dr. Matthew Everhard who is a Jonathan Edwards scholar. We discuss the productivity habits of the Puritan pastor, particularly his unique approach to knowledge management. Links Check out Matthew Everhard’s YouTube Channel Read his article at Modern Reformation Sign-up for the Redeeming Productivity Newsletter. If yo…
 
Envy destroys our ability to do pleasing work for God. Instead of looking around at the “success” of others, we need to faithfully labor at what the Lord has put before us. Links Watch Redeeming Productivity on our YouTube channel Sign-up for the Redeeming Productivity Newsletter. If you enjoy Redeeming Productivity, consider supporting my work on …
 
Have you ever felt guilty for listening to the Bible instead of reading it? In this episode, I try and answer whether or not it’s “cheating” to listen to the Bible on audio instead of reading it. We discuss the advantages and disadvantages of different modalities of Bible consumption. And at the end I share some of my picks for the best way to list…
 
Life hacks are simple shortcuts to help get everyday tasks done more efficiently. But Christian contentment is the ultimate life hack. In this episode, we explore what contentment is, how you can get it, and how it allows Christians to change their attitudes without changing their circumstances. Links Watch Redeeming Productivity on our YouTube cha…
 
These days there are thousands of options when it comes to productivity tools. But one great debate still persists: Which is better, paper or digital productivity tools? I think there’s a place for both. In this episode, I demonstrate that it’s not a question of either/or, but rather of which/when. And I give some principles for choosing which prod…
 
In this episode, Reagan discusses how Christians can create a strategy for practicing the “one another” commands of Scripture. He talks about the pros and cons of different forms of communication, creating a “Personal CRM”, and why letter writing is still relevant. Sign-up for the Redeeming Productivity Newsletter. If you enjoy Redeeming Productivi…
 
Fresh back from vacation, Reagan shares some musings on the nature of Christian productivity, insights from the book of Ecclesiastes, “Chronological Optimism,” and changes he’s making in life to accommodate a broadening understanding of personal productivity. Sign-up for the Redeeming Productivity Newsletter. If you enjoy Redeeming Productivity, co…
 
What if you had the ability to perfectly recall anything you had ever learned? Imagine what you could do for the Kingdom! Well, as far as I know, that’s not possible yet but in this week’s episode, I talk about the subject of how we organize our notes into a knowledge management system. I cover some of the different approaches to the subject as wel…
 
In this week’s episode, I reflect on a recent interview with John Piper in which he offered up seven lessons on productivity that he’s learned over the years. Links Mentioned in this Episode Seven Lessons for Productivity from John Piper on Desiring God This week on the blog: Unconfessed Sin Is Killing Your Productivity Ep. 44 – Making the Most of …
 
In this episode, I talk about why you should plan your day, what the elements of a good day plan are, and a step-by-step of how I plan my day each morning. Links Mentioned in this Episode Listen to my interview with James Parker in Episode 37 Read Emily Maxson’s article on the Bullet Journal Method Check out Notion, my favorite all-in-one productiv…
 
In this episode, I get more personal and share how the Lord saved me, and how He used trials to teach me the importance of cherishing His Word and making the most of this brief life. Sign-up for the Redeeming Productivity Newsletter. If you enjoy Redeeming Productivity, consider supporting my work on Patreon, where you’ll get exclusive updates and …
 
We all have those days where we wake up feeling energized and motivated. But no sooner do we launch into our work than the motivation is gone again. The problem with bursts of motivation is that they are elusive and fickle. So, how can we find ways to work even when we aren’t feeling overly motivated, and make the most of motivation when it does co…
 
A shorter episode today as I’ve been sick. I just share a couple of insights the Lord’s been teaching me during this time. But be sure to check out the interview I did with Reformed Youth Ministries on their podcast The Local Youth Worker. Lord willing, I’ll be back next week with a full episode.저자 Reagan Rose
 
We live in an age where true friendship is hard to find. But what does the Bible say makes for a true friend? And how can deep friendships make us more productive in bringing glory to God? Sign-up for the Redeeming Productivity Newsletter. If you enjoy Redeeming Productivity, consider supporting my work on Patreon, where you’ll get exclusive update…
 
It seems that every week brings more alarming news. So, how can we stay focused on being good stewards of our responsibilities when the world seems to be falling apart around us? Sign-up for the Redeeming Productivity Newsletter. If you enjoy Redeeming Productivity, consider supporting my work on Patreon, where you’ll get exclusive updates and earl…
 
If those of us who have been placed in leadership positions are to lead well, we must lead with confidence. And to lead with confidence we need first be assured that we indeed do have the right to lead. So, how can we secure such assurance? Based in part on the blog post How to Lead with Confidence.저자 Reagan Rose
 
Last week we talked about the value of good counsel. And that got me thinking, “What advice would I give to a younger version of me?” What are the things I’m glad I pursued and what the pitfalls I wish I had avoided? I think it’s a helpful exercise that causes us to reflect on God’s providence and learn from our mistakes. What advice would you give…
 
Solomon said, “the sweetness of a friend comes from his earnest counsel.” In this episode, we talk about the value of surrounding yourself with good advisors—as well as being a good counselor to others. I also share a bit of advice that I’ve been learning in my own life. Links Sponsor: Today’s episode is brought to you by Words of Hope, a 5-minute …
 
This week I’m joined by James Parker owner of Parker Productivity Coaching which helps people focus on, and accomplish, what matters most. We talk about the principles of The ONE Thing, what Proverbs teaches about planning, and much more. Links Sponsor: Today’s episode is brought to you by Words of Hope, a 5-minute daily devotional podcast. Parker …
 
In this episode, I discuss the book Ploductivity: A Practical Theology of Work & Wealth by Douglas Wilson. I give you my top takeaways as well as my own thoughts on Wilson’s unique approach to Christian productivity. Links Sponsor: Today’s episode is brought to you by Words of Hope, a 5-minute daily devotional podcast. Get the book Ploductivity: A …
 
Do you constantly put things off until the last minute? Can you not focus unless there’s a deadline? Do you find that stress is the only thing that motivates you? Then you might be an urgency addict. In episode 35 of the Redeeming Productivity Show we talk about the problems of being addicted to urgency, and how Christians can overcome this crutch.…
 
Everyone is feeling the effects of COVID-19 and the quarantine. Some are feeling it in life-and-death trials or financial hardships. Others are becoming lonely or just plain bored from being stuck at home. And all of us are feeling the tension of the uncertainty. In any trial, big or small, the temptation to complain and grow discontent is powerful…
 
In this episode, I speak with Chris Riser, the pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Maryville, Tennessee. Chris is a guy who has spent a lot of time thinking about how productivity intersects with the Christian life. We talk about the relationship between sanctification and productivity as well as how technology can be a two-edged sword. Chr…
 
These are strange and concerning days. But even in calamity, there is an opportunity to glorify God. In this episode, I talk about how Christians can make the most of these evil days to redeem the time. This advice is especially geared toward those who are suddenly having to work from home for the first time. Links How to time block your day. If yo…
 
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