Displaying episodes 31 - 48 of 48 in total
What are the different stages to being a solopreneur? Your customers don't want to just "consume your stuff." They want to achieve something! They have a destination in mind.
How do you quit your day job? You need the freedom ladder.
Startups like Slack, Basecamp, and Freshbooks make millions of dollars in monthly recurring revenue by using a model called Software as a Service (SaaS). Should you get into the business? This episode isn't just for programmers and startup people! Lots of lessons for makers of all sorts.
Real life keeps going, even when you're launching something new. Listen to the podcast for people who make stuff on the internet and earn their income from the things they create.
How do you get people to know you exist? Be unexpected. Justin talks about his new book (justinjackson.ca/jolt) and talks with Mikael Cho from Crew in Montreal. They're the awesome makers behind Unsplash.com
Everyone's trying to be a unicorn. I just want to be like Fat Mike.
"The Only Thing That Is Constant Is Change." Justin opens up about how his MegaMaker project is going, and what the future holds. (First episode of Season 3)
What happens when you meet people from the internet IRL? Also: last episode of Season 2!
Do you know about the Desperation Scale™? Listeners asked me to be more honest about the struggle. So here it is!
You will not believe what happened to me yesterday. Also: do need to care about your reputation?
Justin has a confession. (And people think he looks terrible)
What do you do when you feel tired, haggard, and unmotivated? I'll be honest. I really didn't want to do a show today. Then I figured out two ways to get motivated.
You can't just make things; you have to show your work! Also: how to structure a creative partnership.
We have two desires: to create work that connects with people, and to make a living. What happens when things get in the way of that dream?
Listeners chime in on how to reduce maker anxiety, PLUS Justin talks to some real human beings about his current project.
Why don't people care about what you've made? In this episode: why your "thing" needs to be in people's top 3.
Have you heard of a flash mob? It's when a large group of people suddenly show up at the same place, at the same time to perform a specific action. What if we did that, but for new makers? A bunch of us agree to show up, and help a maker with their launch.
Creating two web apps at the same time: which one gets more traction?