Third Eye Weekly is a brand new current events and news podcast on BreakThru Radio that focuses on stories that have fallen through the cracks of the 24-hour news cycle. Flavored with elements of storytelling and the art of the spoken word, guests and experts chime in on what’s happening in our world that no one else is talking about.
For our first episode, we ask what is procrastination if not a time management problem? Co-host Jennifer Smith sits down with Dr. Timothy Pychyl, author of The Procrastinator’s Digest: A Concise Guide to Solving the Procrastination Puzzle and host of iProcrastinate, a top-ten ranked podcast on iTunes in the category of self-help, to discuss the psychological aspects of procrastination and why it’s not just a matter of poor planning.
And later, Matthew DeMello talks to Rahul Beghat, Head of Operations at Pebble Technologies. After finding being rejected by numerous venture capital firms, his company recently started the most successful Kickstarter campaign to date to fund the production of their e-paper watches that sync with iPhone and Android devices as well as their numerous applications.
So without further ado…
Background for Dr. Pychyl interview:
Part I –
11:45 Candil De La Calle (Apparat Dub Mix) – Apparat
Part II –
20:56 Throne Built for the Past – Itsnotyouitsme
For Rahul Beghat interview:
Part I –
35:44 Drawn to a Withered Hand – Alfred Brown
39:39 The Butterfly Technique – Mux Mool
Part II –
44:56 Magic with Everyday Objects – NOW Ensemble
*This poem original appeared on the IndieFeed podcast.
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