Well, I went ahead and did it. I quit my job. I’m a full-time entrepreneur.
There’s a reason why you’re stuck in the same situation day after day.
As I noted in my last “journal” entry, I’m quitting my job in a few weeks. November 8th.
It’s October. Crisp fall days here in western NY. I’m feeling a bit nostalgic.
This was a happy accident, and I wouldn’t have really discovered the power of it had Harry not pinged me about some of my SEO tactics.
I’ve gone from full-time employee to part-time.
I’ve been trying to figure out a good way to talk about this. I’m not an expert. I don’t know what I am doing most of the time.
Lately I have been writing on Facebook to my friends. I’m trying to help encourage them to start growing and changing their lives for the better.
I never set out to become a niche blogger. Yet, here I am, writing to you, the reader, about specific topics that probably only interest a few million people on the planet.
Just over a year ago, I wrote this blog post. It’s titled “What It’s Like to be an Indiehacker with $200k in Debt”.