Being inspired by series How I Work of Lifehacker, I create one about myself :)
Location: Odense, Denmark
Current gig: Working for Novitas - an ERP consulting firm in Denmark. Currently, I’m working on their latest starup. All the while also working on a ton of ideas and contributing to lovely open source world on Github.
Current mobile devices: HTC One.
Current computers: Macbook Pro 15” ( for work ); Hackintosh Box (for Gaming and Photo Editing)
One word that best describes how you work: Passionately.
What apps/software/tools can’t you live without? Doesn’t have to be tech.
A bottle of water - seriously I drink a lot. On the software side: Vim (I do write everything in Vim), for RSS Reader I use Feedly and I have no special need for reading PDF files other than the default one on Mac OSX. And sure, Terminal where I do most of developing works.
What’s your workspace like?
At work: We have a good adjustable desk, so it’s pretty comfortable if I want to stand. I’m always with a couple of waters and I have my headphone on when I want to concentrate on difficultt tasks.
Anywhere else: I put important files on Dropbox, docs on Google Docs and dotFiles on Github if I really need it. And sure I work with my Macbook.
What’s your best life hack?
Do two most important things in the early morning and creating your own rules of living. And playing when people work and working when people sleep.
What’s your favorite to-do list manager?
I use Evernote for all sort of writing ideas and keeping track of todolist everyday.
Besides your phone and computer, what gadget can’t you live without?
What everyday thing are you better at than anyone else?
Being passionate and being supportive.
What do you listen to while you work?
I listen to different kind of music and change it frequently. Sometimes I listen to one song repeatly and at the time I write this post I listen to The telephone box, it inspires me in traveling and freedom. I often discover and listen to new songs on Soundcloud or Youtube.
What are you currently reading?
What’s your sleep routine like?
It depends, I can do very late night. But I did have a good sleep routine of sleeping at 11 and waking up at 5. It was enjoyable and I’m working on recreating this good habit of mine.
What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?
Too much to list. But if I list one, it would be : “Big ideas start small”
Fill in the blank: I’d love to see _______ answer these same questions.
Is there anything else you’d like to ask
Schedule your time, and listen to The four hours work week by Tim Ferris and it will change your life.