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Lifehack Live Recording Tonight

Lifehack Live Recording Tonight

Lifehack Live

We’ll be recording a new episode of Lifehack Live tonight (Thursday, Jan 3) at 8 pm Pacific Standard Time (GMT -0800, I think). You can listen live at BlogTalkRadio or download the whole show on Monday.  We’ll be taking calls from listeners for the last 15 minutes or so of the show — call in at (347) 838-8244 (NOTE: that is not a toll-free number). Skype works great for this, by the way. If you check out the live stream using Internet Explorer 7, there’s supposed to be a click-to-talk function that will allow you to call in using your PC and a headset; since I can’t listen to the show while I’m hosting it, I can’t vouch for how well that works, or if it’s there at all.

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Tonight I’ll be speaking with lifehack.org writer and productivity blogger Scott Young about school and study, getting things done, and his recent ebook How to Change a Habit. We hope you’ll join us!

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