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April 24, 2019 in GipsyTime, 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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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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We interviewed the CEO of a SaaS that raised >$4.5m, here’s what we learned

November 16, 2018 in Time Hacker
Omer Molad

Omer Molad

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. 

  1. What’s the founding story? How did all this start?
  2. What are the actionable tips and tricks for organizing his team and work?
  3. What are the core beliefs and thought processed that led to Omer’s success
  4. What does a typical day look like?
  5. 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 »

Slack task management – how to effectively manage to-do’s with Slack

October 31, 2018 in Time Hacker

Slack Task Management

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:

  1. Respond to your CEO
  2. Assign tasks to your developer and social media marketer
  3. 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 »

What I tried at the Bulletproof Labs (a playground for adults)

October 29, 2018 in Time Hacker

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.

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My experience at 1440 Multiversity (a summer camp for adults)

October 24, 2018 in Time Hacker

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 »