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282: Kevon Cheung — Embracing Vulnerability in Startup Culture

Kevon Cheung (@MeetKevon) is an expert builder-in-public. The moment his life pivoted with the birth of his daughter is where our conversation begins, and it's a profo...

281: AI and the Future of SaaS

2023 saw an explosion of AI. 2024 will make 2023 look like cheap fireworks next to the Death Star's superlaser.SaaS founders either go with the flow or are swept away....

280: Dominic Monn — Crafting a Thriving Online Mentorship Community

Dominic Monn (@dqmonn), the pioneering founder of MentorCruise, shares the secrets behind building a flourishing online mentorship community that transcends the tradit...

279: Fear-Setting my SaaS: What’s Enough?

The holidays are a season when our priorities clash particularly often. And for me, Christmas is also a time for re-evaluating choices, making long-term plans, and pre...

278: Nicolas Cole — Harnessing the Written Word for Profit

Nicolas Cole (@Nicolascole77), co-founder of Ship30for30, will teach you why indie hackers should embrace writing as a transformative tool in their arsenal. He sheds l...

277: NoCode, AI, and the Future of Software Entrepreneurship

I've always been a fan of no-code tools. But recently, I stumbled into AI-assisted coding. And that has changed everything for me. Initially, I considered leveraging n...

276: Khe Hy — Breaking Free from the Rat Race

Khe Hy (@khemaridh), the brilliant mind behind Rad Reads and the Examined Life podcast, shares his introspective journey through the multifaceted world of perceived su...

275: I’m starting a new SaaS Journey

I'm working on a new SaaS, and I'm sharing the journey from day one.Today, I'll introduce you to my market, early tech stack choices, the financials of the business, a...

274: Amanda Natividad — Mastering Content Creation and Audience Engagement

Amanda Natividad (@amandanat) is an expert in marketing and writing. She talks about using humor and strong marketing skills to understand what people on social media ...

273: Freedom vs. Autonomy

Let's dive headfirst into the crazy world of starting your own business. We're going to chat about how "running your own show" can be freeing, but also comes with its ...

272: Andrew Hodson — A Mechanic's Leap into Tech Entrepreneurship

Andrew Hudson (@MyBuddyAndrew) is an indie hacker who has taken an unconventional journey. From getting his hands dirty as an auto mechanic to now paving the way as a ...

271: Arvid's Top 15 Book Recommendations for Founders

If you’re shopping for books this Black Friday, here are the 15 most impactful books I read before and during my SaaS founder journey. From entrepreneurship to marketi...

270: Rob Walling — Stair-Stepping into SaaS Success

Rob Walling (@robwalling) unpacks the fascinating world of SaaS businesses, touching on topics like scaling, diversification, and the role of AI in SaaS projects. Rob ...

269: Embracing Obstacles for Opportunity

How can we master the art of managing constraints and turning obstacles into opportunities?With intentional choices.Join me as I candidly share my experiences of juggl...

268: Channing Allen — Myths and Realities of the Indie Hacking Scene

Channing Allen (@channingallen) is the co-founder of Indie Hackers. Today, Channing and I uncover the secrets of thriving in the indie hacking scene from someone who i...

267: Risks and Rewards of Building on OpenAI

Should you build an indie business on top of OpenAI? Absolutely. It's not in OpenAI's interest to build niche solutions that compete with indie hacker startups. It's i...

266: Sakshi Shukla — Understanding Identity and Being the Only One

Do you truly know yourself? Have you ever wondered about your multidimensional identity —the many layers of who we are and to whom— and the role it plays in finding yo...

265: "Authenticity" in the Digital Age

What does it even mean to be "authentic" online? Just posting things you want other people to see? Sharing everything, treating people like friends? Or maybe it's bein...

264: Dickie Bush — Harness the Power of Digital Writing

Dickie Bush (@dickiebush) discusses Ship 30 for 30, a movement he started to transform writing from a solitary to a communal activity, now a structured course. Along w...

263: Indie Hacking Isn't Dead — It's Just Less Hacky

Indie Hacking Isn't Dead — It's Just Less Hacky. The transformation of Indie Hacking over the years creates new challenges and opportunities for Indie Hackers in today...

262: Pieter Levels — The Indie Hacker’s Guide to AI Startups

My guest today, Pieter Levels, claims that "Indie Hacking is dead." Yet, Pieter runs several indie AI startups (and a few traditional ones), totaling  $250,000 in reve...

261: Accessibility for Profit

Accessibility is one of the most overlooked aspects of being a creator, but it is an incredibly powerful tool to make long-term friends and, ultimately, more money.Tod...

260: Milly Tamati — The Power and Potential of Generalists

We hire specialists. Deep knowledge in one field, not many skills in all the others. We value and celebrate specialists with promising career paths, titles, and promot...

259: Monetizing Micro-Communities

Today, I explore the world of microcommunities - small, but incredibly lucrative communities. I examine how microcommunities are different from general online communit...

258: Aaron Francis — The Power of Sharing Expertise

Journey with me as we dive deep into Aaron Francis' transformation from a coder to a teacher. Discover the intricate dance of building in the open. Aaron lays bare his...

257: Proof of Work: How Indie Founders Build Defensible Businesses

Ever felt annoyed seeing someone else selling a copy of something you made? It's a problem many small business owners face. Today, I'm diving into how to protect your ...

256: Brennan Dunn — This Is Personal

This is a masterclass in personalized marketing. Brennan even convinces me to ramp up my own efforts!Listen in as I uncover the power of personalized marketing with Br...

255: Pet Rock Projects (And Why They… Rock)

Are you tired of the mainstream narrative that success as a software developer can only be pegged to the scale of your projects or the economic output of your code? Th...

254: Aprilynne Alter — Behind the Scenes of a Successful YouTuber

Unearth the secrets of YouTube monetization and growth in our conversation with YouTube creator Aprilynne Alter. Prepare to be enlightened as Aprilynne reveals her jou...

253: Focusing on Customer Retention Features

Buckle up for a voyage into the intricate world of software feature decision-making! Promising to equip you with insights from my journey, this episode helps you navig...

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