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Brian Casel joins Benedicte, Brian, and Benedikt to talk about ZipMessage, selling businesses, hiring contractors to collaborate with, and how becoming a developer makes you worse at marketing.
Benedicte got nominated for The Jammies Awards. Brian is feeling a bit overwhelmed by too many things on his plate. Benedikt realized why they are procrastinating a bit on the new marketing feature.
Benedikt has an epiphany, Benedicte is back in POW!, and Brian is all over the place.
Brian decides to cut the year on the road short, Benedicte is now focusing on building a Gatsby training business, and Benedikt is cleaning up Userlist's front-end code base.
We're all three together again and Benedikt has a couple of exciting milestones to share about Userlist's financials! Brian is still getting early access interest for JTBD.app and Benedicte is anxious to get back to coding on POW.
While Brian is struggling with his internet connection, Benedicte is thinking about productized offerings for Gatsby, and Benedikt is back from vacation.
While Benedikt is still on vacation, Benedicte wonders about the pros & cons of teaming up with a close friend, and Brian continues to roll out updates to JTBD.app.
Benedicte and Brian are back to talk about affiliates, guesting, and building an audience. Also! Backpack made it through the first stage of the boardgame design contest!
Benedikt is joined by Daniel Alm, founder of Timing, to talk about Daniel's recent learnings from his time tracking app for MacOS. They talk about coming up with new product features, marketing strategies and work-life-balance.
While Brian is exploring the streets of New York City, Benedicte and Benedikt talk about their weeks and how to take vacations as an entrepreneur.
Brian answers a listener question about Headlamp and shares some updates about Backpack. Benedikt deployed the new sign-up forms for the marketing feature and is thinking about hiring a developer. Benedicte talks about her recent launch of Gatsby Summer Functions and the learnings so far.
To celebrate the 100th episode of "Slow & Steady," we take some time to tell our backstories and reflect on the paths that brought us to where we are today.
Benedicte talks about the launch of her upcoming Gatsby Functions course. Benedikt is talking about the recent live streaming experiment. Brian is starting to enjoy the year on the road and is working on the JTBD app.
Brian manages to join for an entire episode and share some updates on the JTBD app. Benedikt deployed double opt-in and got a kitchen all in the same week! Unfortunately, Benedicte was unable to join this week, but we promise, one of these days we'll have all three co-hosts on for an entire episode :P
Brian is back (joining from Bar Harbor, Maine) and sharing his progress on the JTBD app as well as stories from the road. Benedicte is taking a quick break from her vacation to launch Gatsby Summer Functions. Benedikt is scared to deploy the double opt-in implementation and fighting with Outlook.
While Brian is having trouble with his internet connection Bar Harbor, Benedicte talks about her upcoming Gatsby Summer Functions course. Benedikt shares his recent progress on Zapier and Double Opt-In for Userlist.
Benedicte Raae joins Brian and Benedikt to talk about their updates of the week. Brian is still getting used to the life on the road, Benedicte is working on a new side project, and Benedikt is still figuring out how to implement double opt-ins.
Benedikt has some exciting updates and Brian joins from the road for the first time!
Brian is kicking off his year on the road, so Benedikt invited Benedicte Raae to talk about live streaming on YouTube. They chat about how to get started, what formats work, and the benefits of using live streams to "build in public".
Benedikt is almost done with moving to a new home while Brian is almost ready to leave for a year on the road.
Benedikt is out this week, so Brian chats with fellow Brian, Brian Casel, about exploring paths to productizing the JTBD consulting service I've been offering.
Brian thinks through some possible paths toward productizing the JTBD traction he's seeing and Benedikt is chipping away at small tasks while the upcoming home move chips away at his energy.
Brian is preparing for a camper test run this weekend. Benedikt is drained from a weekend of moving boxes and furniture.
Benedikt is surrounded by boxes and in the market for a kitchen. Brian is preparing to enter Backpack into a board game contest.
Brian and Benedikt started to pack up their homes. In addition to that, Brian is fighting literal bugs and Benedikt is building a Zapier integration.
Benedikt is feeling excited about the feedback on Userlist's proposed marketing email functionality, and Brian has officially held a version of "Backpack" in his real-life hands!
Benedikt talks about launching the companies feature of Userlist as well as some database performance break-throughs. Brian is very happy about how his consulting business is turning out this year and is dabbling with some new productized service ideas.
Benedikt got some bummer news about his lease and Brian might have a prototype of Backpack in his hands sooner than he thought.
Brian and Benedikt catch up on their progress in the last week. Brian talks about his recent consulting project and play-testing Backpack. Benedikt just launched the new user and company profiles and is tackling some long standing performance issues.
Brian shares about the latest round of revisions for Backpack and a customer sends the first ever marketing email via Userlist.