What is it?
I know. I know. Some will say the furious speed of consuming content at 2x is inferior to the comprehension when taking your time, but I don't care.
Is it time for a new term? Maker. Indie hacker. Bootstrapper. Entrepreneur. CEO. Founder. They all kind of say it but none of them quite do.
One point of contention from early-stage contenders is that attaining product-market fit can be a matter of education. Is it?
I'm in an interesting spot with my product Blurt right now. It feels a bit like a house I can't afford.
Had an idea to automate a newsletter using Twitter. Took small steps to grow it and prevent from getting too carried away with it. 😅 Here's how it went.
I vastly underappreciate the importance and occurrence of random chance in my life. It often works in unfathomable ways.
No one knows what they're doing. There's no one size fits all plan for wealth or success.
There are certain skills that can't be taught. They have to be discovered. And that's what makes them special. They're already within us.
While Blurt has grown and people continue to use it, it has a serious problem. It's a leaky bucket.
mak·ert·ing (verb) building trust by sharing the process of building something someone might want so you can learn and build exactly what they do want.
You can often spot a beginner not by how they climb but by how they spend more time watching than climbing.
There's a creature that lurks in each of us that hides itself in plain sight.
All the software and hardware I've used for setting up my broadcasts and some thoughts on how to do it.
It's been hard work managing both a full-time job and a side project. Below are some thoughts on my experience so far.