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I am Keith Ledig, host of the Super Smart Guy Podcast. My entire life I’ve had a passion for learning, that’s why I chose to become an Engineer. I enjoyed going to school for Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. But the world is full of diversified subjects, all offering endless potential to help expand your horizons. Being an avid reader, I voraciously consume books in audio, e-book, and hard copy form. I talk to people and surf the Interwebs.  Learning is a never ending process. I chose to start a podcast so I could share what I learn with as many people as possible. I hope my efforts help you.

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to have super powers? Wonder no longer. Information is the new super power. It always was. This is why Humans are by far the dominant species on the planet. We double our abilities every so many years because we use today’s technology to solve problems for tomorrow, it’s like compound interest. Working harder is linear but working smarter is exponential power.

 

How do you plan to use your new found super powers? In the spirit of work-life balance, More can be done with less – or greater results can be achieved in the same 40 hour work week. It all depends on what your priorities are. In this modern, competitive world everyone is fighting for the same promotions and raises. The super power of working smarter can give you career advancement and get it done in 40 hours a week so you can spend time with those who you care about most.

Sometimes you want to set the bar high and achieve greatness. There is a difficult goal ahead of you that takes substantial effort. The world is a very competitive place, if everyone else is putting in the same long hours, you need something that can set you apart from the crowd. How will you edge out your competition? The power of working smarter.

I am Keith Ledig, host of the Super Smart Guy Podcast. My entire life I’ve had a passion for learning, that’s why I chose to become an Engineer. I enjoyed going to school for Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. But the world is full of diversified subjects, all offering endless potential to help expand your horizons. Being an avid reader, I voraciously consume books in audio, e-book, and hard copy form. I talk to people and surf the Interwebs.  Learning is a never ending process. I chose to start a podcast so I could share what I learn with as many people as possible. I hope my efforts help you.

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to have super powers? Wonder no longer. Information is the new super power. It always was. This is why Humans are by far the dominant species on the planet. We double our abilities every so many years because we use today’s technology to solve problems for tomorrow, it’s like compound interest. Working harder is linear but working smarter is exponential power.

 

How do you plan to use your new found super powers? In the spirit of work-life balance, More can be done with less – or greater results can be achieved in the same 40 hour work week. It all depends on what your priorities are. In this modern, competitive world everyone is fighting for the same promotions and raises. The super power of working smarter can give you career advancement and get it done in 40 hours a week so you can spend time with those who you care about most.

Sometimes you want to set the bar high and achieve greatness. There is a difficult goal ahead of you that takes substantial effort. The world is a very competitive place, if everyone else is putting in the same long hours, you need something that can set you apart from the crowd. How will you edge out your competition? The power of working smarter.

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When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel H. Pink * Opening story The year was 1915, Captain William Thomas Turner, a seasoned 58 year old captain heard that U-boats were in the area. [...]

Jason Treu on Team Building and Great Leaders – 126

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Today's guest Jason Treu talks about: 1) Team building 2) Growing your self-awareness through understanding your historical patterns and aligning them with your current challenges. 1) How to Build a High Performing Culture in 45 [...]

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Recent Podcasts

When by Daniel Pink – 127

May 3rd, 2018|

When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel H. Pink * Opening story The year was 1915, Captain William Thomas Turner, a seasoned 58 year old captain heard that U-boats were in the area. [...]

Jason Treu on Team Building and Great Leaders – 126

April 24th, 2018|

Today's guest Jason Treu talks about: 1) Team building 2) Growing your self-awareness through understanding your historical patterns and aligning them with your current challenges. 1) How to Build a High Performing Culture in 45 [...]

Patrick Kenger, Founder Of PIVOT – 125

April 8th, 2018|

Do you pay attention to how you look? You don't get a second chance to make a first impression. -How to find and develop your own style and personal brand. -Why it's important to have [...]

Facebook Shenanigans – 124

March 22nd, 2018|

In the light of recent events I felt compelled to discuss the subject of Facebook. I don't meant to single out Facebook specifically. However this is the right time to talk about how great power [...]

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