This week my Wombat Co-host and I will discuss our productivity rates, and what happens when we compare ourselves to others. We also update you on … Finally, we talk to this week’s guest, the Open Source Superstar ond one of my favorite speakers at conferences, V. M. Brasseur!
This week, we will discuss the difficulty of working on a new team with the Wombat Co-Host, some review of the stages of team development, and what it’s like to be adjusting your sleep schedule. We wrap it all up with an interview with Data Analyst, Author, and YouTuber Michael Headley!
Hi folks! It’s a letter week, and we’ll read and talk about your questions, comments, and feedback! We also talk about how the Wombat Co-Host (Ursula) did with her “sick day” last week, as well as Kevin’s frustrations with apps and lack of interoperability.
This week we talk about chickens, working outside, and the prep for San Diego Comic-Con. We wrap it all up with an interview with the multi-talented musician Chris Kolakowski.
While we are working AnthroCon 2019, I have this amazing interview with Dana Fraedrich to share with you all. See you next week, and remember: Stay Productive!
This week on Productivity Alchemy we talk about being frazzled and only being able to keep track of a few things big things happening. We also talk about one of those big things we did this week : making a will. We’ll also briefly discuss the Wombat Co-Host’s most recent Hugo Nomination, the upcoming shows for when we are in China, and then we wrap up by talking to listener Laura Rivella, about how she stays productive!
It is the first Episode of 2019! Before I head off to MAGFest for this year, we’ll talk about my anxiety attack earlier today, and in a broader sense how anxiety affects both of us, the roots of it, and societal expectations. After that, we have an amazing interview with Indy Game Developers Nate and Anne Austin!
This week, we have the interview from Productivity Alchemy LIVE! at WindyCon 45 on November 10. Before that, through, we discuss some of the challenges of leadership, why Ursula doesn’t work with others, letting go of things you can delegate, and stepping back when it isn’t working.
Setbacks are a thing that happens, and this week we’ll talk to our Wombat Test Subject (Author Ursula Vernon) about her latest in the garden. We’ll also talk about recharging and taking breaks, and wrap it all up with a discussion of how Park Ranger Alicia Day stays organized.
After a great time at OpenSource 101 in Columbia SC, the Wombat Test Subject (author and illustrator Ursula Vernon) and I will talk about using Kanban boards. We also start to discuss burnout (which will be an ongoing discussion), and Kevin takes some time to talk to Alan Wexelblat about how he stays productive.