Podcast Ep. 145: Stage 0-1 of Relationships & The Recruiter Mindset

In this week’s episode of The Baggage Reclaim Sessions, I focus on the early stages of dating (stages 0-1) and how we can become more grounded and set ourselves up for future success if we adopt a recruiter mindset. We have to recognise that just like a job search, dating is a co-interview process where it’s as much about us ascertaining whether they’re a good fit for us as it is about what they want. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Soundcloud | Android Some nuggets from the episod...
Tags: Apple, Dating, Dating Profiles, Podcast: The Baggage Reclaim Sessions, Discovery phase of dating, Online Dating : People supermarket, Stage 0

AI Tools Marketers Can Start Using Now

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a buzzword right now in the marketing industry. Businesses can benefit greatly from AI in just about every aspect of their marketing, but the awareness, availability, pricing, and ease of implementation of such solutions leaves most people confounded. We’ve compiled a list of 6 useful AI tools that your business can start using right now: Bid Strategies Bid strategies are one of the simplest ways to implement automation and AI into your marketing s...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Technology, Advertising, Seo, Linkedin, Automation, Machine Learning, Ai, Facebook Google, AccuraCast

How We Spend Time

Earlier this year, Craig Mod set out on a 620 mile walk across Japan to see if he could develop a more mindful relationship with his smartphone. Along the way, he discovered the benefits of boredom, the “experience of time,” and the enriching details we miss when we remain always-on: A month ago, when I started walking, I decided to conduct an experiment. Maybe even a protest. I wanted to test hypotheses. Our smartphones are incredible machines, and to throw them away entirely feels fool...
Tags: Japan, Technology, Future, Craig Mod

Recent Readings, 8

IMHO, reading this subReddit written by an AI feels very similar to reading a subReddit written by humans that post on Reddit. Link. Pregnant women operate at a the limit of human energy endurance, just slightly ahead of elite ultramarathoners. The limiting factor is not heart, lung or muscles, but the amount of calories your digestive system can process — about 4,000 calories per day. Link. E-sports are huge, mostly in Asia, but worldwide. This illuminating video explains the financial landscap...
Tags: Asia, China, Future, Bill Gates, Vox, Jane Goodall, Stephen Wolfram, Liu Cixin

Arrival of the Babel Fish

In the very near future, maybe in ten years, we’ll have earpods that will do real time language translation. Someone speaks Greek to you, and with the slightest delay, you’ll hear English. You respond in English, they’ll hear Greek. It’ll work for most spoken languages, x to x. You might recognize this as the Babel fish in Douglas Adams’ fiction, but this one will be real. We are not far from it today. I’ve been using Google Translate on my phone when traveling in China. I can speak or write Eng...
Tags: Google, Utah, China, Future, Tokyo, Jakarta, Douglas Adams, Babel

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