Recent Podcast Episodes

270: Some French Guy Named Bezier

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Today we return to a topic that we’ve discussed before: Pricing. We talk about about pricing for the value you provide, the pro vs. prosumer vs. consumer markets, and why both Charles and Joe feel so strongly that Affinity Designer for iPad is way, way underpriced. Continue reading

#269: Ken Wallace (part 2)

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Today we continue our discussion about masterminds, with Ken Wallace of Mastermind Jam, a service that helps people form mastermind groups. Today we talk to Ken about the natural lifespan of a mastermind group, strategies for starting or joining a mastermind, and the structure of a mastermind meeting. Continue reading

#268: Ken Wallace (part 1)

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Today we’re talking about masterminds, which are groups of like-minded entrepreneurs that periodically discuss the details of their business. It’s sort of like a business support group. To help us learn more about masterminds, we brought on Ken Wallace of Mastermind Jam, a service that helps people form mastermind groups. We talk to Ken a little about how he got started in business, then we dive into masterminds: what they are, how they are organized, and how they can help. Continue reading

#267: The Magic Spreadsheet

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If you’re anywhere near social media you may have recently seen lots of posts along the lines of, “By age 35 you should have X saved for retirement.” Today we take a look at that advice, and discuss what exactly we need to do to plan for retirement. We talk about the importance of saving at least something, the importance of time in the market, the magic of compounding returns, and Charles’ love of spreadsheets. Continue reading

#266: Andrew Culver (part 2)

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Today we continue our conversation with Andrew Culver, founder of SaaS products like Bullet Train and Churnbuster. We talk to Andrew today about his new product Bullet Train – what it is, how it came to be, marketing, risks, and more. Continue reading