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This week, we discuss a situation Rick is dealing with where a customer is disappointed and feels that their expectations weren't met.
This week, we discuss the theory of constraints: A mental model for deciding what to focus on as an entrepreneur.
This week, we give a bunch of updates on what we're working on, and end with a long, rambly, inconclusive discussion about the recent Basecamp drama.
This week, we talk about some new announcements Tyler just made at Less Annoying CRM, including a new leadership team.
This week, we talk about some time management hacks Rick is trying now that he has a baby to take care of.
This week, we talk about Rick's latest milestone, how to hire a developer, and more.
This is a special episode where Dru and Tyler "jam" on one of the topics for Dru's trends.vc reports.
Because Rick is taking some time off for parental leave, we recorded a special episode this week. Rick is about to do a week-long retreat to try to finish a major project before becoming a dad. We're going to spend this episode discussing how he can get the most out of the retreat.
This week, we talk about how to identify burnout, and what to do about it.
This week, we talk about what the new stimulus bill will mean for entrepreneurs, and we discuss some learnings from an ongoing enterprise sales project.
Earlier this week, Indie.VC, one of the main sources of financing for companies like the ones we run on this show, announced they're shutting down due to challenges finding financial backers. We discuss that, and much more on this episode.
This week, we talk about the strategy around Tyler's new content site
This week, we talk about a the difficulties of content marketing when you're not a domain expert, healthy vs. unhealthy deadlines, and more.
This week we talk about the benefit of making decisions separately from executing on those decisions, whether or not it's risky to share internal metrics publicly, and more.
This week, we talk about Hubspot's acquisition of The Hustle and how it gave us some new marketing ideas.
This week, we talk about a concept from a book Rick is reading.
This week, we talk about whether or not building a personal audience is a good way to attract customers.
This week, we talk about what the world of no-code looks like now that Webflow has raised a massive round of funding.
This week, we talk about a startup nightmare: What do you do when your website gets attacked?
This week, we talk look back at 2020, look ahead to 2021, and make some predictions.
This week, we talk whether startups should donate a portion of their profits to charity.
This week, we answer a listener question about product market fit.
This week, we talk about building a culture of celebrating wins when you're first getting started.
This week, we talk about the pros and cons of the recent trend of info products moving to a subscription model.
Rick is facing a unique situation. He has about two weeks to put together a marketing campaign before the window of opportunity closes. In this episode, we workshop his marketing plan. Let's go.
This week, we talk about how to stay focused when starting and running a business.
This week, we talk about how to set goals when your business is too young to be able to make accurate predictions about growth.
This week, we talk about the right size of customer to target when trying to increase ACV (annual contract value)
This week, we talk about being burnt out on all the startup communities out there and a bunch of other stuff.
This week, we talk about how you can hire talented support people to work nights and weekends without hating their jobs.
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