Benedikt is feeling burned out and is thinking about just taking the rest of the week off. Brian fulfills his pledge to share a demo of Headlamp with Benedikt and gets some good input to start acting on right away.
Benedikt shares some thoughts on a recent feature release as well as some thoughts on the future of Userlist's marketing plan. Brian's been steadily making progress on integrations and foundational work for Headlamp.
Ed Freyfogle joins Benedikt to share more than 25 tips for running a SaaS business. Ed and Benedikt talk about tips for billing, marketing, product as well as general tips for smooth sailing in your business.
There isn't an episode of Slow & Steady this week. It didn't feel appropriate. Instead, Brian reads an essay from Barack Obama and a short snippet from presidential hopeful Joe Biden.
Brian and Benedikt discuss Userlist's failed in-app messages launch, new competition, and Brian's recent progress on Headlamp.
Benedikt and Brian are both in the zone as Userlist launches In-App Messaging on ProductHunt and Brian is making progress on the MVP for Headlamp.
Brian is working on Headlamp again, while Benedikt is scared of shipping a feature.
Big news: Userlist is a TinySeed 2020 company!
Brian talks about his new puppy and gives an update on the job search. Benedikt talks about performance optimization whack-a-mole and shares thoughts on pricing of Userlist.
Val Geisler joins Brian and Benedikt to talk about how to approach email marketing in the midst of a pandemic.
Brian and Benedikt talk about their weeks, including Brian's job interview progress and Userlist's new product development workflow based on Shape Up.
Benedikt shares some nice March updates for Userlist while Brian ponders what the changing environment means for his near-term plans.
Tracy Osborn joins Brian and Benedikt to talk about common distractions founders face in their day-to-day, as well as during the ongoing pandemic. They talk about how to identify distractions, how to stay focused, and how to find a good balance.
Benedikt is trying to get back in the swing of things and shares an experiment with live streaming. Brian is making the most of the simplified schedule and getting in a lot of games with the family.
Brian and Benedikt resort to telling jokes to give their listeners and themselves a break from the information overload induced by worrying events and bad news.
Another super short one this week as Brian provides an update on the job hunt and Benedikt brings us up to speed on Userlist's taxes and his progress on a JS snippet.
In this short episode, Brian and Benedikt talk about Brian's ongoing hunt for a full-time job, as well as recent updates on Userlist.
FemtoConf is, in fact, sold out and Benedikt is working on the finishing touches of in-app messaging. Brian shares that he's going to start looking for full-time employment to build in a little more margin.
Benedikt shares some updates about the tickets and the line-up of FemtoConf 2020. Brian is worried about sounding like a broken record and is considering to apply for a job.
Brian talks about the end of his involvement in Feature Audit and its (hopefully) bright future. Benedikt shares a bit of the struggles that they experience as an international founder team dealing with traditional institutions.
Encouraging networking updates from Brian and a push to be more active on LinkedIn. Benedikt is getting into a good rhythm with working full-time on Userlist.
Brian and Benedikt talk about a lot of things this week, including Brian's new resources page for remote workers, customer support, and about the pros and cons sharing revenue numbers and being transparent.
This week, Brian explores some ways to create overlap between his consulting work and Headlamp, while Benedikt continues researching email providers and tries to build a Userlist npm package.
Brian and Benedikt are back after taking a break over Christmas and New Year's. They talk about some of their answers to the questions in the Year Compass and provide quick updates on what's going on with Headlamp and Userlist.