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Speaker, author, and entrepreneur Ryan Berman joined me on Ditching Hourly to talk about using courage as a competitive advantage.
Software engineer, author, and educator Swizec Teller joined me to talk about consulting vs employment in Silicon Valley.
My good friend Philip Morgan interviewed me on The Self-Made Expert Podcast about what's been going on behind the scenes in my business for the past couple years.
Blair Enns returned to Ditching Hourly to discuss the pros and cons of productized services.
Architect Carl Maxey joined me on Ditching Hourly to brainstorm how to use value pricing in his business.
Transistor.fm co-founder Justin Jackson joined me on Ditching Hourly to talk about leveling up your "business game" by learning to spot bigger waves.
Design Thinking Consultant Hannah Berson joined me on Ditching Hourly to figure out a way to align the financial incentives on a novel three-party deal.
David Thorp joins me for a positioning discussion to figure out if he's a Filemaker developer or a Swift developer or a software architect or a business analyst or something else.
Software architect George Stocker joins me to get clarity on his ideal buyer.
Musician Mason Bayne joined me for a coaching call to brainstorm where to find the most value in the music business.
Health coach Jihane Farrell joined me to talk about how to price "quality of life" and other intangible and highly subjective client outcomes.
Karrie Grinter joins me for a coaching call to figure out how to double her pilates business before she retires.
Carl Richards of Behavior Gap joins me to talk about why it makes sense for him to sell his new book for $10,000.
This week I'm joined by brand strategist and founder of The Solopreneur Society, Dre Beltrami. Dre talks - in no uncertain terms - about BS marketing tactics, the importance of giving a sh*t, and why the word 'authentic' makes her want to puke. If you're sick of people being fake online, check out this episode for a breath of fresh air. Dre might not be your cup of tea, but that's exactly the point.
Productivity coach Carol Williams joins me to talk about how getting more stuff done is like baking a cake.
The funny and talented Bob Beverley joins me to brainstorm ways to create more leverage in his psychotherapy practice.