Email is a very time-consuming communication channel that we all have to use. It is easy to feel overwhelmed with a constant need for answering emails.
“Your Email inbox is a to-do list created by other people.”
I am an Inbox-Zero freak since 2010. But I used to spend 1–2 hours a day, checking and answering emails and cleaning up my Inbox.
There are many articles and talks on how to achieve Inbox-Zero, like https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9UjeTMb3Yk or
During those years, I found or developed various techniques to reduce this time by almost 70%. …
There are many salespeople approaching my account by sending automated emails. To gain back my productivity and remove this hassle, I did the following hack:
2. Create a filter in your email client that automatically deletes those emails.
Asking the right questions during the interview provides not only useful information about your candidate but also makes a positive impact on your company hiring process.
Sharing a list of great questions to ask your candidates:
I aggregated those topics from various sources and my personal experience. I’ll keep updating this frequently.
TL:DR; The Heroku Hobby plan will be more efficient in terms of your personal ROI.
I like the simplicity of Deploying an application to Heroku. Recently I checked the Dokku (PaaS alternative).
This tutorial will be based on AWS, but the similar process can be done on other VPS services, for example: DigitalOcean
This is the short post about sourcing images and photos for your blog post, that will save you time while sourcing free images.
I recommend a couple of websites that allow searching images with the right permissions.
But first, let`s define generic requirements:
Let’s summarize: The owner tells you can use their image/photo however you want.
There are 2 websites I use the most often:
I simplify things by sourcing only from those two. It saves a lot of time.
Important Tip: Before start searching for your “Hero image”, set a timer only for 5 minutes. If you didn’t select anything, just skip and keep writing.
Just filter the results based on the requirements we already defined. And select the best result.
While sending your subscribes a Crowdsale contract address, your user will get a message from your ICO with a random cryptic address:
The crowdsale starts in 1 min. The contract address is: 0xBbc79794599b19274850492394004087cBf89710
Please validate this address before making your transaction
It’s flattering to be asked to tell the audience how awesome is your startup. Or, your company discovered something important and you want to tell the world about it. You might need a validation, after getting too many rejections from VCs.
Finding an investor, connecting with influencers or recruiting talent among the top reasons, entrepreneurs are going to Tech Conferences.
70% of the attendees never achieved any of these goals.
Tech conferences are waste of time. It’s true, unless your company is at scale and building a corporate brand.
So, Why nobody talks about this Startup Industry Secret? Probably, because…
You probably know that Name matters, a Lot. If you aren’t there yet, read this great essay by James Currier Your Company Name Matters, a Lot
You shouldn’t ship your product with a Bad Name! So, what tools should you use to get a good one?
Those are 7 tools I use to find a good name: