I’ve been working in Product Management for the last 11 years, with senior positions at Thomson Reuters, Bloomberg and Pearson. I was fortunate to work at the core of the Mobile wave – I launched one of the first iPad apps ever that grew to 20M users.
Now we’re facing a new Tsunami: AI. Continue reading »
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 »
Have you ever heard of Slack? 👀
Of course you have. Everyone has.
That’s why Slack isn’t on this list.
This list is curated to be the most valuable productivity tools you probably haven’t heard of.
I think you’ll get a kick out of it, leave a comment and let us know which ones are your favorite. Continue reading »
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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Meet Omer Malad, he’s a co-founder and CEO of Vervoe, an AI-powered skill-testing solution to help companies hire the best candidates.
His company has raised $4,500,000 and acquired over 4,000 customers, most of them small businesses. They’ve recently started to expand into acquiring larger and even larger customers… 💸
I sat down with Omer to get an inside look at some of the secrets behind his success as an entrepreneur.
- What’s the founding story? How did all this start?
- What are the actionable tips and tricks for organizing his team and work?
- What are the core beliefs and thought processed that led to Omer’s success
- What does a typical day look like?
- What are the key lifestyle habits that keep him grinding every day?
We’ve learned a lot, it’s a great read and we’re sure you’ll learn a bunch, so lets hop right into it! Continue reading »
You’ve probably been in this situation…
You’ve just got out of an interview with a potential new hire and you’ve only got 5 minutes until your next meeting
You open slack…
Now you’ve only got 5 minutes to:
- Respond to your CEO
- Assign tasks to your developer and social media marketer
- Do it in a way so it can be tracked
Sound familiar? If you’re anything like me…
This happens more often than you’d like. Continue reading »
I’ve been following Dave Asprey (the “inventor” of the BulletProof coffee) for many years now. I used to enjoy reading about his relentless efforts to make himself live longer and healthier through unorthodox ways.
I’ve read all his books and I think he inspired some great threads in the biohacking world. I have fallen off his fan list a year or so ago when I felt his actions were driven by the desire to make a profit more than by his drive to make others achieve their health goals.
I still enjoy reading his published work and most importantly I love that he created a playground for “biohackers” at the BulletProof lab in Santa Monica in Los Angeles. You’re supposed to get a week worth of gym workout in 20 minutes in this place
Every time I go I have a lot of fun trying devices I wouldn’t have access to otherwise. There’s no place like it. The only regret I have is , because i don’t live full time in LA, I don’t have to the opportunity to do a full run of training that can show me net improvements.
Here’s what I tried so far Continue reading »
I really dislike cooking. So much so that my biggest dream is that someday I will have a personal chef. One who’s as obsessive on macros and nutrients and latest data on longevity and health factors as I am.
Until then I sort my One Meal a Day (OMAD) on my own (I do OMAD because it saves me about 14 hours a week time and data shows it’s most effective way to keep your body in great shape) Continue reading »
Continuation from Day 1 at the Keto Summit in Washington
My backpack is full of books and I’m ready to take the train back to New York. I’m happy I spent a weekend in Washington at the Keto Summit. Here are my 3 takeaways from today.
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Ever since my neighbor, who was a second mom to me, died suddenly when I was a kid I just thought life is short. And that you just suddenly die even if you are healthy.
This “hypothesis” was confirmed to me later on in college when a colleague who looked super lean and as strong as an ox died of heart disease.
So I was sure that by 30 I will just die.
Now that I’m past 30, not dead and with a baby on the way I feel I want to optimize as much as possible every second I have. For as long as I can possibly can. Continue reading »