I'm a former Google Product Manager and serial entrepreneur that left his job to pursue a more meaningful career in mental health technology. My blog posts have been featured in The Verge, NY Mag, The Next Web, and more. I founded the non-profit HackMentalHealth, which hosted the largest mental health hackathon in the world. I'm an avid blogger and critical thinker.
Here are major topics I care about:
- Software Development: My blog posts about hacking HQ trivia, rewiring the SF transit card, and other articles have been published in The Verge, NY Mag, The Next Web, SF Gate, Ars Technica, Medium Editors' Pick, Instructables Editors' Pick and even in IEEE Computing.
- Product Management: I own a PM coaching business that has 100+ inbound clients
- Minimalism: I manage Medium's largest minimalist publication, and my article on how I only own 115 things went viral.
- Mental Health + Tech: I founded HackMentalHealth, which hosted the world's largest mental health hackathon.
CEO, PM Coach
I cover all aspects of product management, from getting hired to how to be a great PM.
I left Google to drive cross-country and visit over 20 states for a year. What I learned, and why it's important to be unconventional.
I own 115 things. How I live, and why I think minimalism is so important.
I cover a variety of topics, including latest innovations in mental health tech.