This week when we’re talking about our personal productivity, we’ll discuss the balance of spring planting and writing, of getting little things with big impact done, and maybe some hints about the project Ursula is working on when she should be working on other things. After that, I FINALLY get to share my conversation with Sigrid Ellis about how she stays productive!
Links for this Episode
- Charity Spotlight: Bridge for Youth MN
- Sigrid Ellis on Twitter
- Swiss Cheese Model
- Deep Bedding
- David Allen’s Getting Things Done
- Pomodoro Technique
- Unfuck Your Habitat
- Dave Ramseys Cult
- The Chicago Air Traffic Attack/Outage
- Disaster Resilience the Waffle House Way by Heidi Waterhouse
- Writer Beware
- Moleskine Notebooks
- Agatha Christy’s Miss Marple
- Lois McMaster Bujold’s Vorkosigan Saga
- The Complete Hidden Almanac
Hi Kevin, I’m not sure this counts as cozy, but have you and Ursula watched Broadchurch?
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Looks like it didn’t go active when it was supposed to. It’s good now. Thanks!
The discussion about back-up plans and failsafes in regard to air traffic controllers reminded me of something that happened in 2018, when a big earthquake struck Anchorage, Alaska. The air traffic controllers evacuated the tower and went to the designated back up location. Unfortunately, that building was damaged and not safe to enter. Lacking other options, some of the controllers got into a pick-up truck, drove out on one of the runways, and directed the airplanes by radio while standing in the back of the pick-up truck. Now THAT’S a back-up plan!