The most customizable way to automate meeting scheduling. Some of the automation features feel a little robotic but it's a good way to have one-sided scheduling without going back and forth via email. Mostly used for people I don't know personally.
Hoping to be conversational in Spanish by the end of the year and Duolingo makes it easy to get my head in Spanish mode wherever I am. I'm also a fan of their podcast, which picks interesting topics and then gives english context to the Spanish-speaking narrator.
Table stakes for keeping track of what's happening in your applications while empowering non-technical team members.
I'm often partial to spreadsheets (airtable) but Coda packs a lot of punch for the larger projects in order to keep everything in one place.
Dropbox Paper for all the things.
I generally prefer the physical book but if I'm traveling, audible is the only way to go.
The easiest way to invest ... almost _too_ easy.
I still check into every place I stop while I'm traveling. Easiest way to track down my favorite spots when I come back to a city.
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