David Kadavy

David Kadavy is author of the #18 Amazon best-seller, Design for Hackers, & host of Love Your Work

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Love Your Work: an Entrepreneurship Podcast

love-your-workHow do you find your calling? How do you focus to follow it? On the Love Your Work podcast I interview entrepreneurs, authors, and startup founders who have carved out success by their own definition.

How did they turn setbacks into opportunities? How did they discover their passion? How did they overcome doubt and emotional obstacles? I dig into all of this and more, trying to crack the code for fulfilling work.

Hear the stories of entrepreneurs and creators like Jason Fried, James Altucher, Noah Kagan, Mark Manson, and Laura Roeder. Learn from experts like behavioral economist Dan Ariely, cognitive neuroscientist John Kounios, and Dr. Terry Wahls.

I also bring you lessons from my own journey of loving my work. I followed my curiosity to become a best-selling author, but I’m always working to do better. I’ll talk about how to boost productivity, set goals, and build creative habits.

By the way, if you’re interested in hearing me from the other side of the mic, here is a complete list of podcasts I’ve been on.

Posts from the Love Your Work Podcast Category

Be creatively persistent. Bachata dancers Ataca y La Alemana – Love Your Work, Episode 69

April 13, 2017

Ataca Y La Alemana InterviewJorge and Tanja wanted to travel the world, dance and party. Sounds like a dream life, doesn’t it? It turns out, they were able to do just that and make more money than they ever imagined they would. keep on reading »

10 unconventional ways to achieve full focus – Love Your Work, Episode 68

April 06, 2017

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I take focus seriously. The way I see it, being productive is not about time management. It’s about mind management. If you’re fully-focused on the task at hand, you can have way more creative output. keep on reading »

Ryan Hoover of ProductHunt: Start with community – Love Your Work, Episode 67

March 30, 2017

ryan-hooverRyan Hoover loves software products. He wanted to share new software products with other people who love software products. keep on reading »

Read more books by hijacking your habits – Love Your Work, Episode 66

March 23, 2017

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Learn how to hijack habits you don’t want, and replace them with habits you do want. keep on reading »

Getting writing done. Joanna Wiebe of Copyhackers & Airstory – Love Your Work, Episode 65

March 16, 2017

joanna-wiebeOne day, Joanna Wiebe was hanging out on a web forum, helping a few startup founders with their copy. The next thing she knew, she had an inbox filled with requests for her help. keep on reading »

Write first. Coffee later. – Love Your Work, Episode 64

March 09, 2017

How do you feel first thing in the morning? If you’re human, you’re probably at least a little bit groggy. You aren’t thinking straight, you can’t focus. You’re a wasted morning just waiting to happen. keep on reading »

Make your dreams reality. Peter Bragiel of In Transit TV – Love Your Work, Episode 63

March 02, 2017

peter bragiel of intransit tv canoes the mississippiPeter Bragiel wanted his own travel show. So, he got a camera and started traveling. At first, not much happened. He just kept stowing the tapes away in a box. keep on reading »

Love Your Work, Episode 62 – My Top Rejections

February 23, 2017

Rejection hurts. Sometimes it hurts a little more than other times, but it still does hurt. But, rejection is a part of life. If you never get rejected, you’re not really trying. keep on reading »

Ignore Everybody. Hugh MacLeod of Gaping Void – Love Your Work, Episode 61

February 16, 2017

i-love-this-and-its-terrifyingToday’s guest is a hero of mine, who helped me find my own path. It was 2004, I was sitting in a gray cubicle in Nebraska. And I discovered a PDF on the Internet called “How to be creative.” I read it, and it was one of the most moving and inspiring things I had ever read. keep on reading »

Love Your Work, Episode 60 – How Practical Minimalism Helps Me Focus

February 09, 2017

bolivia-692955_1280I’ve talked on the podcast about minimalism with Craig Benzine on episode 39, and with James Altucher on episode 53. I’m not an extreme minimalist. I don’t count the number of things that I own, trying to keep the number down. I consider myself to be a practical minimalist. I have just enough things to improve my focus, but I don’t have so many things that it hurts my focus. keep on reading »

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