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April 24, 2019 in GipsyBot, Time Hacker

Have you seen the movie “Her” ? An AI called Samantha was supposed to make the Theodore’s life, the main character, easier by organizing his life and also making him succeed in his career and love goals. While she managed to break his heart, she does help Theodore in his career, gets his work published and gets him closer to his childhood female friend.

I have a different interpretation of the AI of the future – it’s a little bit less sexier than Scarlet Johansen but it is a lot more empowering

Here are twelve things that I think a to do list of the future can do to help you achieve your goals

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A typical day in the life of Alina Vandenberghe – GipsyBot CEO

March 13, 2019 in GipsyBot

I can’t run a productivity company and not be on the top of my game, right?

Well, it’s not by accident that I got into this space. I have been naturally obsessed by efficiency ever since I was a kid. Multitasking came early for me – I was working to pay for my education ever since I was 12

A few years later [sic] I’m the co-founder of two Saas companies and the mom to a 1 month old baby boy. I have to plan my days VERY carefully to make sure I’m most productive

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5 of the world’s best to do lists (that you’ve probably never heard of…)

February 6, 2019 in Uncategorized

5 of the World's Best To Do Lists (That you've probably never heard of...)

You’ve been there…

What to do app am I going to use?

Wunderlits? Nah…

Todoist? Not feeling it.

You’re launching a new initiative or project and don’t have a personal productivity system set up and running.

And even if it was, it wouldn’t be the right fit for the kind of project you’re working on now.

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6 project planning apps you’ve probably never heard of…

January 29, 2019 in Uncategorized
You’ve been there…

Can I do this in Trello? Nah…

Maybe Asana or Monday? Nah…

What tool am I going to use???

You’re launching a new initiative or project and have none of your go-to systems are set up and running.

And even if they were, your go-to wouldn’t be the right fit for the kind of project you’re working on now.

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How a wellness CEO stays productive… By not working

January 2, 2019 in Time Hacker

We first met the Getaway team at WorkAwesome NYC – a conference dedicated to optimizing life and productivity for busy people.

If you haven’t heard of Geaway, read on:

Getaway is cabin rental service that allows you to book a tiny cabin (Called “Outposts”) out in nature. They provide essentials – drinks, cookware, condiments and encourage you to disconnect from your phone, and “get away” during your experience. Continue reading »

How UptimeRobot grew from 0 to 600,000 users

December 5, 2018 in Time Hacker

Meet Umut Muhaddisoğlu, the co-founder of UptimeRobot, the world’s largest uptime monitoring service.

He founded and grew his company from a small side project to a service with more than 600,000 users over the course of 6 years.

It’s an incredible story.

I sat down with Omer to get an inside look at some of the methods and techniques behind the rapid growth for the his company. 

  • How did he decide to build UptimeRobot?
  • What’s the founding story? How did this service start?
  • What does a typical day in Omer’s life look like?
  • What are the key lifestyle habits that keep him productive every day?

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