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Colleen is considering adding a new project and Michele and Colleen talk it through.
Michele's book finally launches, and Colleen commits to making progress happen.
Colleen makes a big decision and considers another.
Colleen asks SavvyCal founder Derrick Reimer for growth advice.
Notion expert Marie Poulin and Michele to talk about the decision to shut down Marie's first SaaS, Doki, running a course business, and what it's like to be a founder with ADHD.
Getting Started with Customer Interviews: A Conversation with Nicole Baldinu, Co-Founder and COO of WebinarNinja
The WebinarNinja co-founder stops by to chat about her recent foray into customer interviews and what it's been like to get started.
Michele has a wake-up call after running the numbers on her book, and Colleen drops some wisdom from legendary coaches.
What is exactly is the difference between empathy and sympathy and why should people building products care?
Michele finally opens the pre-sale for her book, and Colleen gets some help.
Sean Fioritto, author of Sketching with CSS, joins to talk Michele through how to market an ebook.
Michele's laptop died and Colleen has churn. It's the real life episode.
Michele talks about applying a product framework to her book, and Colleen passes a milestone.
Colleen nears a big milestone, and Michele rethinks a growth tactic that they've outgrown.
Michele makes some changes. Colleen, meanwhile, feels like she's building into a void.
A major competitor enters the same space as Colleen's SaaS, and Michele gets new ideas about how to market her book from talking to early readers of her forthcoming book on talking to customers.
Colleen and Michele both work through making big tasks less scary.
Colleen digs into Michele's feels about writing a book. They also talk about why Michele won't take meetings with potential acquirers.
Colleen leaves her SaaS alone for a few weeks, and Michele talks about being a founder with ADD.
Software Social listener Rossveth Lopez joins the show. Michele and Rossveth workshop her business together, exploring where she decided on an idea and what she's working through.
Colleen and Michele talk about last week's customer interview and what Colleen learned from it.
Michele interviews one of Colleen's customers. Next week, Colleen and Michele will debrief on the interview.
Michele and Colleen discuss some lessons for bootstrapped entrepreneurs from Morgan Housel's Psychology of Money. Plus, a numbers update on how Colleen's new SaaS is doing.
ICYMI: Colleen and Michele talked with Rob Walling of MicroConf On Air on March 3.
With the new crop of bootstrapper-focused funds, taking funding is possible for bootstrappers in a way that it just wasn't even a few years ago. Colleen and Michele work through whether it make sense for Colleen to take funding.
When should you give up on an idea, and what does "giving up" mean? Michele and Colleen talk about Colleen's ideas that didn't pan out.
New signups are exciting, but how do you deal with the hurt that comes when one of your few users churn? Colleen and Michele talk about how the things that are hard now will get easier, and how both the good and bad things are opportunities for growth.
Colleen's committed herself to doing more marketing -- and it's already paying off.
Colleen's been working for months to get 100 users of her SaaS so it can be released into the Heroku marketplace. Did she finally do it?!
Prioritizing Features and Yourself: An Conversation with Danielle Simpson, Co-Founder of Feedback Panda
Danielle Simpson, co-founder of Feedback Panda, joins Colleen and Michele for a conversation about Feedback Panda's ingenious prioritization system, the psychological side of selling your company, and figuring out what to do after selling.
Colleen gets her first paying customer! But what should she work on next, and which kinds of customers should she focus on?
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