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Four things Colleen is super pumped about... and one thing she's not.
Michele's trying to figure out how to approach charging sales taxes, and Colleen finally pushes to prod despite a challenging week.
Should indie entrepreneurs take advice from VC-track folks?
Learning new things, feeling like you're a bit out of your depth, pushing to the next level: that's the job of being an entrepreneur, and Colleen and Michele are both ...
Michele and Colleen catch up on Michele's conference talks... and try to figure out how she can get more balance.
Folks seem to love our casual banter, so here's what Zoom captured on our backup recording before we started the actual recording for next Tuesday's episode.
It's finally August, and Colleen is coming up on the deadline for Refine to support her working full-time... or is it?
Ever had friends or family question your decision to start a business or discourage you from going full-time? Michele and Lucie Baratte dive into that in part 2 of the...
Michele chats with Lucie Baratte, co-founder and art director of Logology.
Colleen and Aaron chat about all things Hammerstone.
Michele chats with Damon Chen and Michael Rouveure about how taking funding from Calm Fund allowed them to go from working on their businesses on the side to full-time.
Michele chats with longtime listener Vic Vijayakumar about how to get to the point where he feels comfortable letting people pay for his new shared SMS inbox SaaS, Hey...
How would Michele and Colleen change each others' businesses? Why is Geocodio hiring now? And more on our Q&A episode!
Colleen and Aaron gave their workshop at RailsConf! Well, a version of it.
Michele chats with Dan Rowden and James McKinven, hosts of the No More Mondays podcast, about how they each manage a portfolio of indie businesses.
Michele chats with Zuzana Kunckova, self-taught developer and founder of Larabelles.
Colleen chats with Zach Goldie, positioning consultant, about how to better pitch her product, Simple File Upload.
Founding, Selling, and Starting Anew with Adam Pallozzi, Exited Founder of Junior Rockers and Co-Founder of SleepHQ
Michele chats with Adam Pallozzi about the highs and lows of selling a business during the pandemic.
Colleen and Michele discuss Colleen's marketing to-do list, and all things conference workshops.
Ben Orenstein shares his hard-earned tactics for navigating enterprise sales as a technical founder.
Colleen has 5 months until Hammerstone runs out of client funding. What to do, what to do.
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