A commitment to write

I’m truly blessed to live in a world where I get the option to choose to do whatever drives my passion.

I have the opportunity to meet and connect with so many fascinating people that are doing exactly what brings them happiness.

I started a podcast last year, and it’s the most critical thing that I had wanted to do for a very long time. I kept pushing it because I needed co-hosts to start a podcast, but then I realized that my hobbies were the cohosts.

My many hobbies and projects that I explored became something of a qualifier that somehow defined me.

I decided to embrace it all, digging deeper into the many hobbies that brought me joy.

I’ll list these hobbies here because what better way to restart blogging than to list out a number of topics that I can then explore.

  1. Podcasting
  2. Videography
  3. Woodworking
  4. Photography
  5. Lego builds
  6. Cycling
  7. Beekeeping
  8. Virtual reality
  9. Marketing (is this a hobby?)
  10. Helping others
  11. Paper and vinyl crafts

That’s just a shortlists.

But you might be wondering what made me start blogging or writing again.

The single most decisive podcast episode to date has to be the one I heard last night. It was Seth Godin being interviewed by Mark Metry. It was full of so many actionable insights that I made a decision that I need to do this on the top of the morning and get thoughts down on paper and start to change the way my brain works.

Seth Godin has been writing blogs daily since a very very longtime and that’s something that I plan to start today.

He says, it’s not if, but what I’ll be sharing with the world tomorrow.

So here my first post into the fray of daily blogs.

Thanks for reading!

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Hacks & Hobbies Pilot Episode: Queen Bee

Back in 2012, myself, Omar and Danish we decided to give it a go at creating a podcast and we called it “StillBrewingIt” It last for about a few months. The amount of time it took to put together the audio for the podcast and just to get together and talking was quite cumbersome.

Step-forward to 2018, we have an amazing mobile app in the form of Anchor.fm which enables multiple parties to join and have a conversation and Anchor records all of the audio and uploads it for you to use it in a future podcast.

I gave it a go and this is my first episode that can listen to over at hacksandhobbies.com