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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.
Colleen chats with Anna Maste, founder of Boondockers Welcome, about growing a business to exit while raising a family.
Colleen chats with Nate Berkopec, Ruby on Rails performance expert, about mindset and creating your own career path.
A quick special episode on two efforts we're involved in to help Ukraine
Michele chats with Arvid Kahl about how to grow your Twitter presence.
Colleen helps Michele work through a challenge with failed payments.
A raw conversation between Michele and Jesse Hanley about how he sold his first business and scaled up his SaaS last year all while dealing with the death of his infant daughter Leia from Trisomy 13.
Colleen and Michele chat with Chris Spagnuolo of Jetboost.
Michele chats with Jonathan Markwell, business consultant and host of the new Empathy Deployed podcast.
Colleen and Michele chat with Nick Zadrozny, Founder and CEO of Bonsai.
Michele and Colleen chat with Josh Ho, Founder of ReferralRock, about doing enterprise sales as indie founders.
Colleen and Corey talk Swipe Files, marketing for SAAS founders, and shooting your shot.
Colleen recommended Michele read Atomic Habits, and she finally did. They talk about how it's giving Michele ideas to make 1% improvements in her life to get through burnout.
We talk a lot about solving your own problems as a way to find good business ideas. But solving your spouse's problems can be a good source of ideas, too. That's what Jordan O'Connor did with his Poshmark automation software, Closet Tools.
Michele's done a lot this year... and is finally feeling burnout. She and Colleen talk it through.
Using Jobs to Be Done to Build a Whiteboard That Does Math: A Conversation with Matt Wensing, Founder of Summit
Michele chats with Matt Wensing, founder of Summit (and exited founder of RiskPulse).
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