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The Final 5 Questions (Ep. 25)

Hey there, devoted listener. You’ve made it to the end.

After recording our ramblings for many years now, Thomas and I have decided to take a break from podcasting.

Thank you so much for following us for however long you’ve been around.

It means a ton, and I hope you’ll consider sticking around to see the other things we’ve got in store: YouTube videos, Notion things, music, art in various other forms, and who knows what else. Maybe we’ll even podcast again someday; I’m no soothsayer, so I can’t be sure.

If you’d like to keep up with us after this, we’ll still be around here:

I sincerely hope you’ve taken at least a few interesting things from these last few hundred episodes.

But above all else, even if you don’t care to see what we’re up to after this, I hope you come away with just this one piece of timeless advice:

Stay cute.

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Other things we mentioned in this episode:

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  • 0:00:00 – Intro
  • 0:05:06 – What Martin’s been up to
  • 0:10:23 – What Tom’s been up to
  • 0:12:49 – Working out from home
  • 0:15:43 – Our goals for content creation
  • 0:28:02 – How our team was built
  • 0:54:18 – Our podcast recommendations
  • 0:58:25 – Sponsor: Brilliant (Learning problem-solving skills)
  • 1:00:43 – Sponsor: Skillshare (Learning new skills)
  • 1:02:33 – Building a stable financial future
  • 1:26:37 – Deciding to end the podcast
  • 1:28:27 – Should you start a business?
  • 1:39:44 – Favorite to-do list apps
  • 1:42:45 – How we measure productivity
  • 1:47:10 – Not becoming obsessed with productivity
  • 1:55:54 – Why end the podcast instead of releasing less regularly
  • 1:58:54 – Conclusion