This week we will recap the reasons to do an off-site and why it is a good idea to disconnect sometimes. Our Wombat Test Subject speaks to when she is most productive, how Bullet Journals are just not for her, and why almost everyone we know who is in a creative field is running behind right now. Finally, we have a really good (but noisy) interview with freelance UX designer Dylan Wilbanks.
And for the record, I wimped out on harassing the anti-abortion protesters. They just weren’t all that confrontational.
Continue reading “Episode 15 – Disconnecting, Dylan Wilbanks”
This week is a very short episode since I am on the road and my Wombat Test Subject is on the other side of the continent. But we do have a nice chat with my manager, Eugene Yaacobi, about how he keeps himself organized, and some of his thoughts on Productivity as a manager.
Continue reading “Episode 14 – Team Off-site, Eugene Yaacobi”
This week we continue our exploration of Bullet Journals. Our Wombat Test Subject has a shocking confession, and we talk about not “breaking the chain” and how it can be done with bullet journals. We also have an interview with Systems Engineer Bill Mohler, and how he stays productive.
Continue reading “Episode 13 – Breaking the Chain, Bill Mohler”
This week, we take the plunge: the Wombat Test Subject (AKA Ursula Vernon) will try using a Bullet Journal. And as a lead up to this, we talk a little more in depth about how a Bullet Journal is structured, and what the appeal is for so many people. And then before we go, we’ll read and answer some listener letters. I hope you enjoy it!
Continue reading “Episode 12 – Bullet Journal Part 2, Letters”
We are back from our most recent travels, and have an amazing interview with guest Raygan Earl on her use of a Bullet Journal. Our Wombat Test Subject discusses her experiences with some mobile apps, we discuss what it means to feel like you have accomplished something, and finally we take the first steps into Bullet Journals.
Continue reading “Episode 11 – Accomplishments, Bullet Journals, Raygan Earl”
My Wombat Test Subject and I are on our way to BuboniCon, but took the time out to talk about WorldCon, our lack of planning while on vacation, and her experiences with OneNote. Our WTS assigns herself homework this week, and we cap it all off by chatting with our friend C.E. Murphy.
Continue reading “Episode 10 – OneNote Fail, App Search, C.E. Murphy”
This week we will review our experiences with writing a Mission Statement. The Wombat Test Subject will get introduced to OneNote, and the possibilities there. Our Interview this week is with Margaret Trauth, comic artist and creator.
Continue reading “Episode 9 – Mission Fail, OneNote, Margaret Trauth”
This week we will review our experiences with the Emergent Task Planner, and move on to the fine art (or confusion) of writing a Mission Statement. The Wombat Test Subject has a lot of questions, and I do my best to answer them. We will also read some of your letters and comments, and try to answer your questions. Continue reading “Episode 8 – Mission Statement, Letters”
This week we start off with a discussion of Coaching and Training, in particular something Kevin did called WoodBadge for the 21st Century from the BSA. Our Wombat Test Subject gets her new assignment, the Emergent Task Planner (ETP) from David Seah. Our interview this week is with Libby Christensen, who uses the ETP and several other techniques to keep herself on track. Continue reading “Episode 7 – ETP, Training, Libby Christensen”
This week, we’re going to talk to our Wombat Test Subject about the goals she put together over the last week, and discuss creating good goals. She also has a rant, unrelated to her goals! Our interview this week is with our friend Carlota, who organizes several teams inside her organization, and we end with a letter from a listener asking about handling “list anxiety.”
(If the audio on this one is a bit soft, it is due to our new recording equipment, which I am still getting the hang of.)
Continue reading “Episode 6 – SMART Goals, Carlota”