Hybris is going after software engineers who also happen to be endurance athletes and hoping to attract them with something no other company can offer: the ideal environment for training for triathlons.
The brand-new Boulder, Colo., office will be equipped with gym equipment including a room of Computrainers and an endless pool, a full-time massage therapist and a kitchen designed for an athlete’s needs (such as a blender to prepare a smoothie). Perhaps the most important perk of this setup is the commitment to giving employees a flexible work schedule to train as they need.
A mix of calm and commotion in an environment like a coffee house is proven to be just what you need to get those creative juices flowing.
Good to have a simplified overview of what they are making money from. Use to your advantage.
Very interesting article for publishers and aspiring publishers.
30 day challenge
The last weeks have been crazy and needless to say I haven’t done any solid workouts. The stuff I needed to do are almost done and I have more time to workout and get closer to being as fit as I was last July. Maybe a bit better too.
To get myself there a bit faster I decided to start a 30 day challenge tomorrow. 30 days without eating and drinking sugars, carbohydrates and glutes. You might miss alcohol in this. True, I will not drink alcohol besides one glass of wine or an accidental beer. Don’t want to fully torture myself here, I do triathlons recreational and want to keep seeing it as a fun thing to do.
I will keep you posted on what is happening. My guess: frustration and weightloss.