This is a curated list of cool stuff I use. Some of the links are affiliate links. That means I could get a small commission if you buy through my links. That is at no extra cost to you. I only recommend products/services that I personally use or have used.
Roam is a FANTASTIC tool for facilitating "networked thought." Imagine your own personal wikipedia; organize and connect notes and ideas in infinitely configurable ways. Its an amazing tool for writing, note-taking, journaling, project management, relationship management, and THINKING.
Parabola is a "NoCode" tool that makes it extremely easy to automate complicated data stuff. I use it to connect my podcast hosting service to my podcast website so the content automatically synchronizes between the two. Parabola was recommended to me by Chris Spags when I interviewed him on my podcast.
Build an online writing habit in 30 days. Join a community of online writers and accelerate your online writing trajectory. I completed this writing challenge in February 2021 and benefited greatly from the experience. I learned a lot as a writer and made great friends with others in the community.
The COVID gym closures reignited my passion for bodyweight training. This course will HUMBLE you. Level 1 is HARD. You will engage in mobility, strength, and flexibility exercises that are brand new to your body. This will challenge you and lead to rapid newbie gains. I feel confident trusting the process because the progressions are extremely well mapped and researched. Stop neglecting your joints and range of motion.
If you are serious about improving your handstands, I highly recommend this training plan/toolkit/course from Matthew I Smith. I have seen incredible results from following his detailed workouts and progressions. It's also equipped me with knowledge to coach others and help them improve their hand balancing skills. It's expensive, but well worth it if you are committed and driven to improving your handstand skills.
If you want to develop a mindset that will set you up for success, this is the best place to start. I don't give that many 11/10s but this podcast deserves it. Naval explains the most important principles for building wealth given advances in technology and changes in society. Violate his principles at your own risk.