The new year is around the corner, and it’s time to pause and self-reflect. This year was very productive: I did plenty of consulting, grew my podcast, published another book, sold my SaaS product, and started a new one.Read more
Today I’m turning 30, and I’m thrilled to share this milestone with you. Unlike previous birthdays, this one feels somewhat dramatic.
As something special, I decided to write down my bio. I’ve done many interviews, but there’s rarely an opportunity to share details. So I’m stealing the spotlight today! You’ll learn about my childhood, my first dozen jobs, and why Jane Portman isn’t my real name.Read more
In this special behind-the-scenes episode you’ll meet Benedikt Decke who helped me build and launch Tiny Reminder (the new productivity tool for freelancers and consultants). Benedikt is a talented software engineer, awesome consultant, and the founder of of Stage CMS. We talk through the entire process “from idea to launch” — how we determined the scope for the MVP, how we launched it, why we switched to the freemium model, and what we plan to do in the future.Read more
My dear friend, it’s time to pick up the stones and line up the ducks. This year at UI Breakfast was big! Read on to see how different ideas worked out, and what the plans are for the upcoming year.Read more
My dear friend, it’s been an awesome, crazy year! Year full of action, unpredictable turns, tears and joy, failures and wins. I’m very glad to share this long personal story. Grab some popcorn! (more…)Read more
This year we had a plethora of spectacular 2014 reviews (many thanks to Charlie Irish for this lineup). I’m joining the crowd, too! Here goes everything that happened to me, my family, and my business in 2014.
So… I had two products planned for 2014: productized consulting and my own SaaS. Read on to learn which of them succeeded (and why). (more…)Read more
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