Difficult times often double as chances to do good. Why should this be any different?
Well, many of us have been stuck at home, for one. Pandemics are apparently not that great. But that doesn’t mean we can’t do anything to help the people we care about (or at least the people around us).
We talk about what we can do to continue trying to do good, even while we’re unable to do a lot of the more hands-on sorts of things we’d normally think to do.
Things mentioned in this episode:
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Other things we mentioned in this episode:
- When to Be Unproductive (Ep. 292)
- Bear (iOS)
- Matt D’Avella’s Quitting caffeine for 30 days video
- Thomas’ Habit-Building course on Skillshare
- Thomas’ Productivity course on Skillshare
- Moment’s iPhone Filmmaking course on Skillshare
- Charity Navigator
- Effective Altruism
Want more cool stuff? You can find all sorts of great tools at my Resources page.
- 0:03:24 – Keeping in touch with family and friends
- 0:18:14 – Getting things done at home while staying connected with others
- 0:24:17 – Sponsor: Brilliant (Learning problem-solving skills)
- 0:27:07 – Sponsor: Skillshare (Learning new skills)
- 0:29:51 – Helping out your local community
- 0:46:53 – Contributing to the global community
- 0:57:45 – Controlling the spread of misinformation
- 1:02:25 – Conclusion
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