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Hi, I'm Kevin Sonney, and I'm a productivity junkie. I didn't mean to become one. Seriously. But I found myself in a company provided class on the Franklin-Covey method (complete with a FREE Franklin Planner!), and it was ON. I spent the next year exploring all the options (and spending a LOT of money) on Franklin Planners. Then I discovered the "lifehack" scene.

Talk about falling down the rabbit hole! That led to things like David Allen's Getting Things Done, Gina Trapani's Todo.txt, OmniFocus, Emacs ORG Mode, Bullet Journaling, and my ongoing attempts to keep myself organized and productive.

I'm not an expert, but I can play one on the Internet, and so the Productivity Alchemy podcast was born. We'll talk about my journey, all the things I've tried over the years, and I'll invite some of my friends on to talk about what works for them. I may even manage to get some REAL experts on (a man can dream!) to talk about their particular specialties.

Jun 25, 2020

After catching up on how we've been productive this week, we have a discussion about how changing the terms used has an impact on how people perceive things. After that, we have a chance to talk to Andrea Phillips about how she stays productive!

Jun 18, 2020

This week we start by talking about how both Ursula (Wombat Co-Host Extraordinaire) and I were productive this week, followed by discussion of things we were not taught in History Class and some of the failings of US Education when it comes to US History. After that, we have a chat with Amy Tobey about how she...

Jun 11, 2020

This week we kick off year four! We'll discuss how we're doing, what we've been up to, and a quick update on how Kevin has ALREADY changed a tool he uses. After that, we read and answer your letters and comments.

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Jun 4, 2020

So here we are, three years later. This week we'll discuss how our week has gone productivity-wise, and then dive in to the yearly interview of Kevin conducted by Ursula Vernon (the Wombat Co-Host).

Thank you all for listening for the past three years, for the letters, the interviews, and the support.

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