Rob Walling is a man of many talents. But, as with many entrepreneurs, it took quite a while to figure what really mattered to him. We talk about that particular struggle. How to find meaning and purpose in our life and work and what it looks like to actually enjoy the day to day of being human.
I'm still alive. Hope you are too. Here's a little update.
If you think of yourself as a generalist, or as the kind of person who really enjoys doing a lot of different things, this episode is for you. I'm definitely that kind of person and sometimes it can feel like I'm trying to do a million different things, and doing none of them well. We got into that exact issue and wether or not it's even possible to do a lot of different things well. I think Matt is a clear example that it is possible. But it takes time and hard work.
Adam and Justin talk about everything from parenting, to business building, to the things that hold us back as entrepreneurs, to why every entrepreneur should have a therapist, and literally everything you could imagine in-between.
The Gently Mad is a podcast about meaning, disguised as a podcast about entrepreneurship. It’s a bright-eyed and sweary look at what it takes to make a living on the internet (and still sleep at night).
Paul and Adam talk a about the difference between an idea and an actual business, what makes a business sustainable for the long haul, and the discipline it takes to do something well.
Brian and I talk about "idea fatigue", what to do when when your idea is the same as some else's, as well as why Brian believes that a productized service is *still* the fastest way to start generating revenue.
Janelle Allen is the founder of ZenCourses.co and is an expert in Instructional Design and online learning. We talked a lot about entrepreneurship and why it's so important to not only know your why, but to own it.