How professionals work. Alexey Shtarev, CEO of SeoPult

    “How Professionals Work” is again at Megamind, sorting through the working rhythm and the habits of professionals in the Russian IT market.

    Our guest today is Aleksey Shtarev, Executive Director of SeoPult, probably known to readers of Megamind. We give him the floor.

    Current location:
    SeoPult office

    Current location:

    One word that best describes how you work:

    How many hours do you work?

    Current mobile device:
    iPhone 6

    Current computer:
    Macbook Pro

    Without which applications, programs, utilities you can not live?
    For the computer: office applications, Chrome, Google calendar, Skype, Outlook
    For the phone: Gmail, calendar, banking applications, life assistants (maps, turboscan, Moscow parking, Gett, etc.)

    What life hack helps you save time?
    Actually developed work time planning. Productive use of calendar, office CRM, mail and chats.

    Which to-do manager do you use?
    Google calendar + self-written CRM for work tasks.

    What do you listen to when you work?
    Music distracts me.

    What are you reading now?
    About 50 subscriptions to the working press + mandatory mention of the company on the Internet.

    Which book of the last read was the most memorable?
    I do not read books, unfortunately, no time.

    Do you use electronic readers or prefer paper books?
    Phone for reading electronic press while driving.

    How much time do you sleep?
    6-7 hours on weekdays, 8-9 hours on weekends.

    Are you an owl or an early bird?
    Lark, but on weekends you sometimes want to sleep until 11.

    How do you have breakfast?
    Only coffee, Ignore breakfast.

    How do you spend time on the way to / from work?
    Behind the wheel. Operational raking of mail + reading the business press in traffic jams + thinking over the working day.
    If on a motorcycle - just relax while driving, concentrating on the road.

    What advice have you ever been given you can pass on to others?
    Work tirelessly around the clock. Only then can something happen.

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