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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.

May 27, 2021

This week we talk about our weekly productivity. Along the way we talk about presenting to management, the re-opening of Ursula's coffee shop, and how our bodies can affect our moods. After that, we have a great conversation with Janou Brouwer, and find out how she stays productive!

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May 20, 2021

Wow! 200 Episodes over 4 years! We'll talk some about how it feels to hit episode 200, how things have changed, and why we keep doing the show. We'll also talk about how our productivity for this week went, in the face of an important loss. We'll wrap things up with our yearly check in with Kevin Sonney himself, and...

May 13, 2021

This week we talk about all the things we have and haven't done, including some advice on working on the thing you are excited about and when to do it. After that, we will read your letters!

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May 6, 2021

This week we will discuss the latest updates on our productivity, the chickens, and how maybe, just maybe, you don't have to live like that anymore. After that, we have an interview with the really cool planner designer Dani Bruflodt of Thyme-is-Honey!

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