My professional story started with university about 11yrs ago. I got hooked by the creativity and problem solving that goes into coding and math. So I switched majors from physics. After graduation, I worked within Investment Banking & Hedge Funds for several years in Stockholm and London. Armed with that 1st-hand experience I set out to build buy-side systems focused on the customer (w00t). A few years later, Limina is on route to accomplish just that.
While I'd love to stay focused on just one thing, creativity sometimes strikes and I end up working on a side project but so far those projects (thankfully) tend to die out quickly. I'm also on one advisory board (saleskick) and one board.
As a former swimmer, I still like to workout and aim to do at least something 5 days per week. But... as a recent first time father the time-equation just doesn't add up so 3 is likely a more accurate prediction.
Probably worth to mention in today's world since it's uncommon: I don't watch any series (don't have an account on HBO, Netflix etc).
Before I grew up I wrote (terrible) novel, played several instruments and built furnitures. It's only recenetly that I've understood it's not possible to do everything - but it is possible to do almost anything!
Another recent realisation is that life really is short, most things we do experience only happen a few times and most things we ever don't get to experience at all. Unfortunately, I can't offer much advice here as I'm still trying to figure out what to do with this insight.