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The Fall of Time Management, The Rise of Anti-Time Management

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On Taylorism: A History of Time Management and Frederick Winslow Taylor, Founder of Scientific Management

They say fish discover water last.

Likewise, it turns out we are still discovering how much the Industrial Revolution, Post-Industrial Revolution and onward has impacted our day to day.

Why does the 19th Century have such a tight grip on our work and lives in the 21st Century despite drastic shifts in the social and technological landscape?

…and what do we do about it?

We don’t even realize that many of the problems we see today at work and in life can be solved or avoided altogether simply by understanding how we got here and what will get us to where we want to go.

The next 100 years are going to be astounding!

Anti-Time Management and the Time Tipping Methodology are designed to provide a framework with timeless principles to help us move beyond goals, habits and strengths and into the place where they were intended to bring us, from the start.

Time Tipping is a new way of thinking, living and serving—a practice expressed beyond goals, habits and strengths.

Goals, habits, and strengths are means to an end, but we’ve made them ends unto themselves.

Swing and a miss.

Read and listen to this monograph to accompany Anti-Time Management for powerful insights from the past and implications for the future.

The practices of “scientific management” are so embedded into the fabric or our work and lives (globally!) that we don’t even know what we’re swimming in–and it’s not good.

More management rhetoric is not the answer.

Time Tippers work from the goal of the goal, not endlessly toward it by asking better questions to get better answers.

What’s the job of the goal?

A deeper understanding of the meaning behind and beyond the history of Scientific Management through the lens of Anti-Time Management is like discovering water for the first time.

What you’re about to discover in The Fall of Time Management, The Rise of Anti-Time Management feels like learning how to swim–even if you already know how.

…and it’s a breath of fresh air.

Time management was never designed to give you freedom. Time management was designed to control you–not for you to control your time. Stop managing time. Start prioritizing attention.


Read while you listen! 

There are many sources and quotes on this podcast episode.

I’ve included additional sources cited and/or for context for your research and bibliographic enjoyment in this written version of the bonus chapter.

You can read along and follow the sources.

Just grab this free bonus The Fall of Time Management, The Rise of Anti-Time Management–On Taylorism: A History of Time Management and Frederick Winslow Taylor, Founder of Scientific Management, a companion to my new book Anti-Time Management at

You can listen to The Rise of Anti-Time Management (A History of Time Management) here:

A new, fresh perspective. This podcast is a keystone, flagship, curated deep dive into the history of Frederick Winslow Taylor, the Founder of Scientific Management, Time Management, Time and Motion Study and more.

The historical nature of this content is intentionally shared through the lens of 21st century social and technological shifts.

This powerful podcast and monograph together demonstrate how time management is a painful path to strive for meaningful work because it was not a tool designed for that (and shines a light on what to do about it).

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Richie Norton Podcast Episodes

The Richie Norton Show Self-H.E.L.P. Podcast — Happiness, Entrepreneurship, Lifestyle, Productivity

Podcasting is so fun! So grateful for these guests.

Here’s a list of recent episodes. I’m catching up here on the blog. Excited for the next season!

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Go get lost in my podcast. You’ll be happy you found it.


Dr. Michelle Jorgensen — HOW TO LIVE WELL
Life-Changing Experts Thoughts from The Richie Norton Show! – Season 2 Compilation
Happiness is Here, Not There (and What to Do About It)
John Lee Dumas — The Common Path to Uncommon Success
Dr. Marshall Goldsmith — The #1 Executive Coach in the World
How to be an Entrepreneur at Any Age (Entrepreneurship Stats)
Factory Visit Etiquette & Protocol – TFN Magre’s Uncommon Insights
Thiefaine Magré — How to Make and Sell a Physical Product
Marie Kondō’s Tidy Success Strategy Adapted for Entrepreneurs
Don’t Push Paper: 10 Ways to Move ‘To Do’ to Done
Coaching: How to Do a Proper Sales Call without Selling
10 Lessons from Einstein to Make Your New Year Revolution Stick
Never Start Your Day Without Believing These 6 Things
Scott Osman — Coaching and Leadership for Maximum Effectiveness
3 Questions that Will Change Your Life
How to Create an Ecosystem Around Your Entrepreneurship
Becky Higgins — Project Life: How to Cultivate a Good LIfe
What Money Buys (and What it Doesn’t)
Be a Discerner — How to Be A Discerning Person
How to Lifestyle Brand vs Lifestyle Business vs Lifestyle
How to Create Your own Symbols of Freedom
McKenzie Bauer, Threadwallets — How to Find Freedom and Happiness
How to Crush Fear 2.0
How to Transform Conflict with New Patterns
Chad Ford — Dangerous Love
7 Ways to Use Music for Hyper-Productivity (Playlists FTW)
How to Get Results with Music
Paul Cardall — The Power of Music and Broken Miracles
Peter Kozodoy — Honest to Greatness
Do Not Turn a Dream into a Job
How to Get Results with an Accountability Partner
Kathy Caprino — 7 Bravery-Boosts for The Most Powerful You
Chris Ducker — Youpreneur Launchpad: How to Build a Personal Brand Business
How Entrepreneurs Destroy the Waiting Place
Entrepreneurship & Family: How to Prioritize Attention with First Principles
Ramon Ray — How Entrepreneurs Can Thrive
Rhett Power — The Entrepreneur’s Competitive Advantage in Chaos
How to Sell Stuff
How to Create Transformational Selling Experiences
Donald Kelly — The Sales Evangelist
Think Like a Social Entrepreneur: On Money and Meaning
Marj Desius — Proactive Anti-Racism, Leadership and Your Part
Mission Matching: How to Ask for Help, Mentors, Collabs
How to Lead From Where You Are
Keith Ferrazzi — Leading Without Authority
Stop Managing Time, Start Prioritizing Attention
How to Create Purpose & Freedom Defined by You
Laura Gassner Otting — Limitless
Boom! Season 1 Compilation! – Motivational Expert Think Snacks
If You Want Confident Kids, Do This
How to Create a Space Without Ego
Natalie Norton — How to Show Up in Times of Uncertainty
How Ben Hardy Makes Money (and You Can Too)
How to Create Desired Personal Change
Benjamin Hardy PhD — Personality Isn’t Permanent
Get Better, Not Bitter: How to Get Unstuck in Times of Uncertainty
When Circumstance Pits Against Self-Image
Whitney Johnson — Tools to Thrive During Disruption
How Casey Caught Coronavirus and What To Do About It — COVID-19 Infected Casey Garland in Quarantine Shares All
Three Principles to Turn Tragedy into Triumph
How to Make Better Decisions in the Midst of Grief and Hardship — Melding Counterintuitive Frameworks
Brief Grief Lessons — Death Lessons on Life, Life Lessons on Death and Grief
Use the Humble Power Alternative Now
How to Give Advice Effectively
Michael Bungay Stanier — The Advice Trap
Life Experience is the New Work Experience
How to Choose Your Past to Create Your Future
SIRAH — A Light in the Dark (Explicit)
How to Become Your Future Self Today
You Are Whatever Follows ‘I AM’
Jacquelyn Umof — Identify Shifts (Laker Girl, Yoga Instructor, Entrepreneur)
How to Launch Your Core Personal Projects
Are You an Extrovert, Introvert or Ambivert? (Does It Matter?)
Susan Cain — Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking
How to Build the Perfect Audience (Implement Now)
How to Be a Modern Entrepreneur (and Fund Kickstarter)
John Lee Dumas — The JLD Effect (Entrepreneurs on Fire)
20 Questions to Heal Yourself
How to Create a Superfan Movement with Your Message
Pat Flynn — How to Make Smart Passive Income Decisions
How to Price Your Art, Service, Product
How to Live the Unlived Life
Jeff Goins — Real Artists Don’t Starve
How to Trust Yourself
Experience is Overrated
Stephen M. R. Covey — SPEED of Trust
How to Make Space for Joyful Spontaneity
How to Create Your Own 12 Happiness Commandments
Gretchen Rubin — Don’t Aim for Minimalism
How Living Gavin’s Law Will Make You Insanely Happy
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Ramon Ray — How Entrepreneurs Can Thrive

Ramon Ray — How Entrepreneurs Can Thrive

E56: Ramon Ray — How Entrepreneurs Can Thrive

 Ramon is a sought after global keynote speaker, event host, best selling author, and entrepreneur. He’s started four companies and sold two of them. Ramon is the founder of Smart Hustle Media and is an in-demand commentator on marketing, technology, mindset, startups and more. His latest book is “Celebrity CEO – How Entrepreneurs Can Thrive by Building Community and a Strong Personal Brand.” He loves burnt pancakes and bacon, on the weekends. :-)

Richie Norton interviews Ramon Ray in this podcast in a unique, fun, insightful way that will help transform you to be better, not bitter. Listen and learn “How Entrepreneurs Can Thrive by Building Community and a Strong Personal Brand.”

Ramon discusses:
– His journey conquering depression – His family and entrepreneurship – His struggle with deciding how to scale or even IF I should scale and more!

If you’re looking to have someone inspire, energize, and inform the attendees at your next event (online or in-person), ask Ramon to keynote or host it! He’s been to the White House to present to the President’s staff; testified to Congress; graduated from the FBI Citizens Academy; and worked at the United Nations. Ramon’s interviewed President Obama in the President’s first live video chat and was with Ivanka Trump in India for the Global Entrepreneurship Summit! Ramon is an in-demand, fun and insightful speaker to entrepreneurs, business owners, young professionals and college students. If you’re looking for an easy to work with and highly rated keynote speaker – ask Ramon. If you’re a journalist looking for input on a story – ask Ramon. If you’re a business owner looking for help – ask Ramon.

Go to for more resources and latest insights.

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E53: Entrepreneurship & Family: How to Prioritize Attention with First Principles


Richie takes a deep dive into his conversation with Ramon Ray on this Aftercast and discusses ways to prioritize attention with first principles to create greater success in life and business. Must listen as we discuss: Fear, Pride, Procrastination, Authenticity, START: Serve, Thank, Ask, Receive, Trust, and Leveraging Existing Resources to turn your stupid idea into your smart reality. 

Raymon Ray giving Richie Norton and Thiefainemagre a shoutout on IG

E54: How Entrepreneurs Destroy the Waiting Place


The pursuit of prosperity shouldn’t stop you from the pursuit of happiness. Stop with the “retirement mentality” that has plagued generations from taking advantage of present opportunity. Richie takes a deep dive into his Interview with Ramon Ray (Episode 52) on this Solocast with an adjacent topic: waiting. Listen to what an old Investment Banker told the 24-year-old Richie and how the IB’s (sad) example helped Richie change the trajectory of his own life and help others not make the same life mistake.

Richie says, “I knew that I would end up living a life of regret if I too got lost in the busyness of life — lost in waiting. Then and there I made a decision: I refuse to achieve “success” at the expense of my life. The two — life success and genuine fulfillment — will have to go hand in hand, because I will not keep my head down for the next forty years only to look up at the end and say, “Now I can finally start living!”

What is an Aftercast and a Solocast?

Every Interview is followed by what I call an Aftercast and a Solocast. So. each episode becomes a three-part training. These mini-trilogy trainings can be listened independently. I’ve included the Aftercast and Solocast for those looking to create significant, meaningful life and business transformations.

All improvement is self-improvement.

I invented / coined the term “aftercast” to mean an in-depth, post-show review of the interview show I do with my guests to serve my listeners as mini-training for greater implementation. An aftercast is a reward for action-takers interested in the topic(s) my guest. My aftercast podcast draws primarily from my guest’s content as the subject material for life and business lessons.

The solocast piece in this three-part scenario is the last episode in the podcast training trilogy. In a solocast, I teach my listeners entrepreneurship, life lessons and more drawing primarily from my own teachings, philosophies, experiences and works around the topics discussed with my guests.

If you listen to all three parts in what I call a podcast stack or podcast stacking, you will 1) learn from an expert in an interview format, 2) take a deep dive into the expert’s content as if it were a high-level training or masterclass on subject-matter strategy, and 3) learn additional ways to from me on how I implement the information and you can to as a practical, hands-on approach.

Strategy is in the head. Tactics are in the hands. Results are in the heart.

The Richie Norton Show podcast stacks are similar to the stuff trainers sell for a lot of money because they are valuable. I know because I do sell this stuff, my clients sell this stuff and we buy this stuff. It’s that good. Hope you enjoy this free content…free is a fast way to spread a message but my fear is that you won’t take it for the value it can provide. I hope the effort to listen will help you learn, launch and live for the better–whatever that looks like for you.

Dream big and act on the small things.


Listen Here to The Richie Norton Show Podcast: Happiness, Entrepreneurship, Lifestyle, Productivity




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