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Lifehack Live for March 17th, 2008: Brett Kelly of The Cranking Widgets Blog

Lifehack Live for March 17th, 2008: Brett Kelly of The Cranking Widgets Blog

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Lifehack Live

    This week’s guest was Brett Kelly, author of The Cranking Widgets Blog and co-founder with Glen Stansberry of LifeRemix, a network of productivity and personal development blogs.

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    This week’s episode is the last weekly episode of Lifehack Live; beginning on March 27th, I’ll be recording Lifehack Live every other Thursday and releasing it every other Monday. We’ve got some great shows coming up, so I hope you’ll stay tuned on the new schedule. On March 27, I’ll be speaking with Michael Stallard, author of Fired Up or Burned Out: How to Reignite Your Team’s Passion, Creativity, and Productivity (which I reviewed here).

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