If you want to get good at anyting, then do that thing over and over and over again and eventually you will master it.
Being in the business of selling software, I have admired Patrick’s work for years, so I was a bit starstruck at the beginning of the conversation — all this aside, we get to some great stuff and have a few laughs (at ourselves) too.
I not only saw today’s guest speak, but I talked to him a lot about my then soon to be released product VelocityPage. His insights were invaluable to me and I am so glad he agreed to join me today to share his knowledge of business, because he knows his stuff.
I know that it is common for interviewers to refer to their interviews as conversations, this makes them sound more personal.
We all have pivotal moments in our journey to becoming entrepreneurs. Some are defined by mistakes and others by successes that we’ve enjoyed.
The moment that I am thinking about in my journey is prior to any of this and it takes me back the the learning phase, before I had even taken my first steps into online business.
It’s the summer of 2010, and I can remember reading two books that didn’t necessarily change my perspective, but they helped me to feel something that I needed to feel in order to move forward.
These feelings cause many good ideas to never be executed on and to die within us, but it doesn’t have to be this way.