This is my “now” page inspired by Derek Sievers. It answers “what I’m doing now?“. My life, projects and priorities. I post an update here every 1-3 months.
What’s up as of April 2023?
We’ve opened the travelling season. I’ve been saving time to travel thanks to tons of automations. I am optimising for two things: 1) time that I can spend with family 2) grow my passion for technology and automation!
Visiting St Michael’s Mount 🏰
We started our travelling season. This year is going to be full of adventures!
St Michael's Mount is a fascinating historic site located in Cornwall, United Kingdom. Here are some lesser-known facts about St Michael's Mount:
- St Michael's Mount is connected to the mainland by a man-made causeway, which is only visible during low tide. During high tide, the island is cut off from the mainland.
- The Mount has been home to a Benedictine monastery since the 11th century. The monastery was dissolved during the Reformation in the 16th century and the Mount became a private residence.
- The current castle on St Michael's Mount was built in the 12th century by the Norman Benedictine monks who first established the monastery on the site.
- St Michael's Mount was once a major pilgrimage site, and many people believed that the island was a gateway to the afterlife. Today, the island is still a popular tourist attraction and visitors can explore the castle and gardens.
- The island has a long and fascinating history, with evidence of human habitation dating back to the Bronze Age. In the 6th century, the Mount is said to have been the site of a vision of the Archangel Michael, who is said to have appeared to a group of fishermen and instructed them to build a church on the island.
- During the English Civil War, St Michael's Mount was held by Royalist forces, and was besieged and captured by Parliamentarian forces in 1646.
The Mount is also famous for its gardens, which were created in the early 20th century by the St Aubyn family, who still own and maintain the property today.
- St Michael's Mount is said to be one of the most haunted places in the UK, with stories of ghostly apparitions and unexplained sounds and movements.
Updating my first digital product ✅
I’ve prepared something for people who would like to (or have to) change the job.
☑️ interactive checklist, including information on how to:
- prepare your LinkedIn profile, including photo, headline, about section, and other important components
- structure and edit your CV, including examples of executive summary
- prepare for the interview, including the question examples and how to check a startup condition and your new role
- check your future employer thanks to tools and articles I included
- connect with experts, thanks to my recommended list of people I follow
📘eBook compiling all sections from the above checklist to get coherent view of all the information and knowledge
🗞️ newsletter to have access to all additional materials
Launching my podcast 🎙️🚀
After months of preparation I’ve delivered and my podcast is live! My podcast is ready 🔥🎙️
I invite you to subscribe and listen to the trailer I recorded.
I explore three pillars of my blog and podcast:
🌱 intentional life.
I will explain why each of them is important to me and how different stages in my career reflect those categories of topics.
🤲 I will tell you what to expect from my podcast and how it may help your leadership journey.
You can subscribe via your favourite app:
And 🥁 even the Magic link ✨ – it will lead to your favourite app depending on the operating system you use:
Saving time with automations! 🦾
🎉 By automating my podcast creation process, I can focus on creating quality content and living an intentional life.
These tools save me hours of manual work on my podcast creation 🤖🤓🔥👇
🎙️ As a podcaster, I know firsthand how time-consuming it can be to create a podcast from start to finish. That’s why I use a variety of tools and apps to automate the process and save time.
Here are the tools that I use for my podcast creation process, and how they can benefit you:
📝 Drafts – This app is perfect for jotting down notes and capturing ideas, allowing you to keep track of everything in one place.
✅ Nozbe – This to-do list app helps me structure my podcast creation process and create templates to easily replicate the process for each episode.
Thanks Michael Sliwinski for constant inspiration 💪
💬 OpenAI ChatGPT – As an AI language model, ChatGPT helps me bounce ideas off of, and even comes up with episode titles and descriptions.
🗃️ Airtable – This tool serves as the main database for all of my podcast information, from episode descriptions to social media post snippets.
🤖 Make is the main automation tool I use, connecting many other services to run everything on autopilot, schedule certain actions, and take care of things happening in the background without my input.
Thanks Adam for introduction to automation 🦾
🎧 Ferrite – Ferrite is my go-to tool for editing my podcast recordings, offering highly customizable menus and the ability to edit my podcast on my iPad. (Adding nicely looking chapters, as in photo below)
Thanks Krzysztof Kołacz for recommendation 🎯
🎚️ Auphonic – Auphonics processes my post-production needs, constantly improving with features like noise cancellation, echo reduction, and content distribution to podcast platforms, YouTube, and even creating transcripts using AI Whisper built-in functionality.
Thanks Georg Holzmann for a great product 🤙
🎤 Anchor (now part of Spotify) – Anchor.fm is the final step in my podcast creation process, allowing me to distribute my RSS feed and get my newly baked episode to all of you.
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Updated: 28 Apr 2023