Here are the lessons I have learned the hard way by writing every day for 30 days
There is always something to improve and something new to discover
Surrounding yourself with extraordinary people was never that easy
Time tracking was the last big missing piece needed to take my personal productivity system to the next level
I book every Saturday to be a maintenance day. It is a day where I look around my flat and my workspace and clean it up.
Sometimes we just need someone who can explain the same thing in a different way
It may feel like there is no future but there is. But you many need a RAFT to see it
What I do to break my resistence towards moving things foward
Here are 5 YouTube channels that inspire me and have shaped where I am right now
I love cosplay. I'm happy I have joined this community of creative and highly skilled nerds
Here is why I believe everyone should play at least once D&D and what the game can teach you
We all play games and we all play to win. I don't have video or board games, or sports, in mind. We play games in life
Inspired by Conor Dewey's post 5 Insights From Writing Every Single Day, I have chosen to take on the 30 Days of Writing challenge
Why shouldn't I be optimistic about the future? Why not being an optimistic futurist?
In this post, I want to take a high-level look at different subfields of bioengineering
You might have seen the news about xenobots but how they were made is more important and exciting than the robots itself
Imagine you can live for, let say, 200 years right now. You take a pill and just like that, you live at least until 2219. Would you take this opportunity?
Or how The Simpsons are secretly full of nerdy math references
When saw I Richard Branson's his latest book, Like a Virgin: Secrets They Won’t Teach You at Business School, in a bookstore I knew I wouldn’t leave the store without it.
I'm introducing H+ Weekly - a free weekly newsletter about AI, robotics, transhumanism and future technologies that will make us more than a human
The Martian - a mix of Apollo 13, Robinson Crusoe and Gravity… on Mars, with a lot of sarcastic humour