Zig Ziglar’s Wheel of Life - 7×1

March 11, 2019

To start season 7, Chuck talks about a personal retrospective technique based on Zig Ziglar's seven spokes on his Wheel of Life. The idea is, people are balanced if they enjoy success in these seven areas: 

  • Mental
  • Spiritual
  • Physical
  • Family
  • Financial
  • Personal
  • Career

Season 6 Retrospective - 6×16

March 4, 2019

Chuck looks back on Season 6 of the Agile Chuck Wagon

Ten Ways to Have a Better Conversation - 6×15

February 25, 2019

In this episode, Chuck relates ten tips for having better conversations from a TED talk by Celeste Headlee.

Writing Emails with Military Precision - 6×14

February 19, 2019

Chuck talks about techniques the US military uses to make emails easier to process and act upon.

Good Enough - 6×13

February 12, 2019

In this episode, Chuck talks about Pareto's Principle and how perfect is the enemy of the good. 

Ten Action Signals - 6×12

February 5, 2019

Emotions are just signals. When you are having trouble getting past one, it can be helpful to have a job aid. In this episode, I discuss ten action signals identified by Tony Robbins.

Bullet Journal Revisited - 6×11

January 29, 2019

In this episode, I talk about looking through my bullet journal for a set of questions I discussed in the last episode (ACW: Procrastination). I was surprised at what I learned from my past self.

Procrastination - 6×10

January 22, 2019

I put off recording this episode this morning, so I decided to record an episode about procrastination and how I got past it.

In this episode, I refer to:

Cynefin - 6×9

January 15, 2019

In today's episode, Chuck talks about the Cynefin sense-making framework by Dave Snowden. It classifies problem spaces into five categories: Obvious, Complicated, Complex, Chaotic, and Disorder.

Dependencies - 6×8

January 8, 2019

Chuck recently lost his earbuds, and that led to a discussion of dependencies. He talks about their impact and a way to overcome some dependencies by thinking about them as creative constraints.