I started my journey in tech as a front-end dev seven years ago. Since then, I have tried stuff like back-end development, design, management, and blogging. These activities helped me start my first business (a front-end agency) when I was fired from my job in 2019.
I'm currently work on Microns, a marketplace, newsletter, and community of online tech entrepreneurs buying and selling micro-startups. We help people to invest in profitable projects for free. It's a complex business because it includes two sides - buyers and sellers.
Overall I spend around 30 hours per week working on this project. However, my biggest motivation is my customers and my team. For these people, I recently rejected a $70k offer from England buyer who wanted to acquire Microns.
To get my first newsletter subscribers, I used Twitter and Indie Hackers. It wasn't hard because you immediately get support when you start engaging with others and sharing what you're doing.
Sponsoring other founders and creators. Sharing interesting stories from our sellers and buyers. Building things that our customers are asking for and just doing a great job which results in WOM.
Make book and MFM podcast.
Checking my emails.
Never give up and constantly improve yourself. It could be small steps, but you should do something every day.
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