Here's my annual recap of the year. It's mostly a personal reflection, but also an interesting insight into the life that I live. 2023 was a year of extreme highs and lows. I feel like I lived a decade in ‘23.
In August I flew across the country to spend two weeks in a house with eight strangers from the internet with one goal: learn to code. Here's my review of Founder/Hacker Camp and what I learned.
What makes jiu jitsu so unique is that it's the only combat sport where you get try as hard as you can without really worrying about injuring yourself or someone else. Here's everything I've learned so far.
What if I told you that it's actually pretty easy to dress well as a man no matter what your age, ethnicity, or income bracket was? Here's everything I've learned to help you feel good in what you wear and develop your own sense of style, while being grounded in simple principles.
Here's my annual recap of the year. It's mostly a personal reflection, but also an interesting insight into the life that I live. 2022 was a year of doubling down on what works and building momentum. Both personally and professionally, I experimented a lot and found clarity on what to invest in.
I found myself sending really long Twitter DMs so if you’re coming to San Diego and want some recommendations from a local, here’s a TLDR version.
Here's a quick recap of my experience with 2021. It's not comprehensive by any means, but gives you a glimpse into my life along with being an effective reflection tool for myself.
I hope this guide helps you understand what makes me tick, explains all the unconsciously annoying things I do, and how to make the most of our time and interactions together.
I believe everyone should learn how to play poker. It’s a unique game that involves luck, skill, and psychology. Unlike other card games, poker isn’t just about the cards. It’s also about the actions you take to fold, check, bet, call, or raise as well as the actions of your opponents.
Creating a bucket list is sort of a morbid practice if you think about it hard enough. “Which things do I want to do before I kick the bucket and call it a day on this planet?”
There are more investors ready to give you money for your startup than ever. What was once scarce is now abundant. Who you take funding from and why is the real issue at hand.
In an attempt to manifest my destiny, I’m going to be pretty transparent on some things I’d like to see happen in my life. By manifest, I mean to leverage the serendipity of the internet to let people know my intentions and also to take a leap of faith myself to be vulnerable and on the hook for my intentions.
Here's a quick recap of my experience with 2020. It's not comprehensive by any means, but gives you a glimpse into my life along with being an effective reflection tool for myself.
I'm taking the first step towards realizing my entrepreneurial dreams by working on them full time now.
This last week I flew to Boston to attend my first marketing conference, HYPERGROWTH. Needless to say, it was outstanding. Seriously, the speakers and people I met were far better than even expected.
Last week I was sending out a business-as-usual tweet the day before my curated newsletter goes out when something unexpected happened:
Here’s a curated list of my favorite technology, tools, and services for SaaS marketing.
I have a borderline unhealthy obsession with podcasts. I can't get enough.
Here's a list of every book I've read (or is on my list to read and has been recommended by others) that's helped me in my journey learning SaaS marketing.
I'm always curious what other people read and who they follow, so I figured I'd share my list for anyone who's interested in what I pay attention to!
Events continue to be, and always will be, an essential way to meet, connect with, and learn from people smarter than you. Nothing beats meeting and talking to someone in person.