When raising prices is easier than lowering them

When raising prices is easier than lowering them

When you are building a B2B SaaS product it’s very hard to know what the appropriate price for your product is. Even if you magically found the correct one, it might not be the correct one next month when you made the product better and you are providing new...
Why I think Dashman failed

Why I think Dashman failed

Almost every time I tell someone what Dashman, one of my startups, was, their response is: “Oh, I really needed that back in 20somethingteen”. Yet I didn’t manage to make Dashman a commercial success. I collected several hundreds of email addresses...
Buying tools

Buying tools

I have a few maxims when it comes to buying tools. One I heard from Adam Savage and I think he heard it from someone else. When buying a tool you haven’t used before: When buying a tool you haven’t used before, buy the cheapest possible working version....
I’m very proud of what I achieved at Wifinity

I’m very proud of what I achieved at Wifinity

Disclaimer: I’m blatantly tooting my own horn here because I’m proud of what I achieved, and very proud of what my team achieved. This is a personal story and a shout out to some awesome people. Today Jordan Bundy, someone I hired when I was at Wifinity...