From the HackerOne live hacking event travel vlogs: 7 Life lessons from hackers on how you can make 2021 the BEST year of your life
Last Friday, I did a virtual vision board session with my HackerOne team during a Friday afternoon happy hour. Learned more about everyone's personal goals and passions. It was a lot of fun!
I recently wrote a guest blog post for Heavybit, the San Francisco-based accelerator for developer and enterprise startups. I reposted the content here but you can view the original content on the Heavybit
Built on stoicism, biblical truths, and historical wisdom, this formula outlines my approach to improving myself every day. It can be easily applied by anyone to achieve a better version of themselves than yesterday.
What a year it has been. From life-changing events, to globe-trotting trips, to enjoying weekend family barbecues. This is my annual post where I reflect on the prior year, and set some goals
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. In this post, I reflect on the past year and state my 2017 New Year's Resolutions. 2016: A whirlwind of a
I was having a conversation the other day with a friend who brought to my attention how some of my feedback to people was being received as negative, hurtful, or the like. It
Ninja, Guru, Maven and Douchebag. All mean about the same thing when used in someone's Twitter bio. Now, Growth Hacker seems to be the latest term added to this list. Why is that?
They say it takes 21-days to form a habit (some say it's closer to 66-days) so perhaps this update is too soon to tell any long-term benefits. But if the first 2-weeks are
I just bought a book on Amazon for $1. Not just any book, but Meditations by Marcus Aurelius, one of the most influential books of ancient knowledge as recommended by Naval Ravikant in
Blogging... It's something I've thought and talked about for years. And I've been hesitant to dive in, knowing the commitment that maintaining a blog is. Consistency is key. Blog daily like Ze Frank