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Launching My First Course: Chimp.Coach

I am excited to announce that I am launching my first course, Chimp.Coach. I’ve been wanting to create a course for some time. In fact, I actually have several in the work, but I have failed to get them complete and launched. Likely for many reasons I can list. But the other day a good buddy of mine, Cory Miller, put out a challenge in a Facebook group I’m a part of to get sell something by Oct. 23rd. That kickstarted me and I took an idea I had for a very simple, small 5-part course and put it into … Continue Reading

How to Stop Calendly from Booking your Whole Day!

I am a big fan of using Calendly to help schedule a wide range of meetings, from internal to external meetings. I may have been known to send out a Calendly link to a friend from time to time to have them schedule lunch or playtime with our kids. While it ends up being incredibly useful for booking meetings, one thing it’s not so good at is helping you keep from being booked from meetings. You see Calendly has one job, book meetings to your calendar. But if you are like me, you can’t always been in meetings all day. … Continue Reading

How To Build A MVP Quickly

I love photography. In fact, I love using photography in my designs for websites I build. One thing we can all agree on is that stock photography is awful. And it’s expensive. It is generic and in some cases you see images on your site on others. Some other folks noticed this too. So they thought that because other people might think this was a problem they needed a way to figure out if this was true. They set out to build a website where you could get photos for free. Rather than spending weeks or months creating a website that … Continue Reading

Why You Need A Value Proposition For Your Next Product

Most products are built because they aim too solve a problem. It could be a problem that you, yourself encountered, or something a friend encountered. But it’s a problem that started us on the journey of developing a solution to. Now like other product developers out there, I have made a career solving problems. Problems in the educational sector, public sector, even for myself. And what most technology businesses start out with these days are digital products that are aiming to solve a problem. But what makes your product noticeable? Why would someone buy your product? Your product needs to … Continue Reading

Why is Product/Market Fit so Important in Growing Your Business?

We all have an idea to solve particular problems we encounter regularly. Good or bad we sometimes tend to get emotionally invested in those ideas. We then go and talk to our immediate network about it and decide to put all our savings on the line. Sometimes we even start raising money from family and friends to start building an app or website without validating whether the idea is sustainable or actually solves a problem. Instead of jumping right in to solving the problem, you

5 Comprehensive Ways To Get Customer Feedback

You just spent the last 3 months building a product that solves a problem you encountered. All the spent your time working hard, putting in long hours, setting up a website, even getting all your social media accounts setup. It is likely youu might have even put together a marketing plan, starting blogging, and got a small email list. With all this hard work done, you are likely starting to see sales. But are you getting the growth you thought you’d get? Have you thought about how you can increase your sales? Do you know what you your customers think … Continue Reading