Dharma Hacker

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The battle for the self and the essence of being Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - The other day in a meditation session I arrived at an insight – roughly represented in the doodle. In my best sessions when I can get to that calm place, insights arise. Finding that place of calm, focus and insight is difficult and not always achieved in a meditation session. Sometimes just getting to calm is […]
Product review of Spire-a Quantified Self Device which measures breath to increase mindfulness Sunday, July 3, 2016 - Today I am reviewing a wellness gadget / device called Spire which measures your activities like steps, walked distance, burned calories like other fitness trackers but it is very unique when tracking breath and analyzing tension, calmness and focus times. As you can see on this pictures it comes with a beautifully designed wireless charging plate […]
Review of Jiyo-a Wellness Wellbeing Mobile App by Deepak Chopra Thursday, June 16, 2016 - Deepak Chopra, a well known and leading figure in the meditation and alternative health movement, has launched on June 12th together with his his co-founder Poonacha Machaiah a new service called Jiyo. This wellness services is focused on a mobile App experience (iOS, Android) and also works fine in a browser. It collects a lot of […]
What tools for the quantified self of the mind? Monday, May 23, 2016 - @ragnarheil you’ve already published an awesome write up on your use of Neurosky and have covered some other tools. You made some really good points about what they do. I thought why not try #workingoutloud to capture a comprehensive list of considerations when evaluating tools for the benefit of others. I also think its important […]
Meditate and measure your Brainwaves: Review of Neurosky MindWave Monday, May 23, 2016 - My first blogpost here at Innerventures is about a review of a Brainwave measuring gadget which I use for my meditation practise: MindWave Mobile: Brainwave Starter Kit. I bought it online for around 99€, using it since over a year now and want to share a summary of the use cases I experimented with. This headset connects via […]
Dharma Hacker – An Overview Friday, May 20, 2016 - What is a Dharma Hacker? A Dharma Hacker takes a balanced approach. Eastern philosophical aesthetics combine with modern technological influences. See it as the yin and yang of modern existence, the combination of right and left brain, the intersection of technology and the humanities, etc. Dharma has many different meanings. The one associated with Buddhism […]
Mondo growth hack strategy is simple and effective Wednesday, April 27, 2016 - Below is a screenshot of the app when you land and that is all you see until you get given access. To get access you have to get through a queue. I’ve explained what you need to do to get bumped up the queue. Simple. #newcool
Customer Success Management – Experience Hacking in the Subscription Age Sunday, April 10, 2016 - Having been a customer success manager and advising startups on the practice you would probably expect me to be trumpeting its value. You’d expect it from Gainsight too, the customer success company: Information Services, the Subscription Economy, and the Value of Customer Success. And what about the subscription economy itself – whats in that? According […]
Hackathons as a key intrapreneurial activity and route to innovation Friday, December 11, 2015 - In my time at Yammer first then Microsoft, I worked with customers to devise a program for running innovation hackathons. It considers more than just the 24 hour period typical for hackathons. The “pre” and “post” of hackathons is as important. Activity should start long before the 24 hour period and carry on long after. […]