19 episodes of Starting & Sustaining since the first episode, which aired on December 20, 2016.
Scott Nixon - Co-founder of Happy Herbivore/Meal Mentor
August 13th, 2017
52 mins 46 secs
Business, consumer, saas
Scott Nixon is the co-founder of Meal Mentor, a subscription-based vegeterian meal planning service. Scott handles the technology side of the business and works to keep the operational side of things humming with software.
Matt Goldman, CEO of Churn Buster
June 16th, 2017 | 45 mins 57 secs
Matt is the CEO of Churn Buster, a SaaS app to help recurring revenue businesses handle failed payments better.
Rachel Andrew, Cofounder of Perch
June 9th, 2017 | 41 mins 39 secs
Rachel is the co-founder of Perch, a small self-hosted CMS. She has some incredible wisdom to share about running a software company that's not based on recurring revenue subscriptions.
Tracy Osborn, Founder of Wedding Lovely
June 2nd, 2017
46 mins 24 secs
Business, Weddings, weddinglovely
Tracy Osborn taught herself how to code and built Wedding Lovely through which she acquired some hard-earned knowledge about selling to consumers and the cost of managing support.
Josh Williams, Founder of Gowalla
May 25th, 2017
54 mins 44 secs
Business, bootstrapping, gowalla, saas
Josh Williams has done a little bit of everything as far as building software businesses go. He started out bootstrapping some applications which eventually led to raising money and building Gowalla.
Thomas Smale, Founder of FE International
May 19th, 2017
35 mins 1 sec
Business, broker, saas
Thomas Smale is the founder of FE International, a professional web site broker. FE International helped me sell Sifter in 2016, and they were a fantastic partner. Having sold over 425 business, they definitely know what they're doing, and Thomas has an incredible amount of wisdom to share around buying and selling online businesses.
Nathan Barry, Founder of ConvertKit
April 25th, 2017
47 mins 51 secs
Business, marketing, saas
The journey Nathan has gone through with ConvertKit is amazing. From significantly missing his original goals, he continued to work and make adjustments to ConvertKit and his approach until he found the sweet spot. Since then, ConvertKit has grown incredibly fast, and Nathan's been openly sharing everything he's learned throughout the journey.
Courtland Allen, Founder of Indie Hackers
March 30th, 2017
32 mins 22 secs
Business, marketing, saas
Courtland is earlier on in the cycle of building a business, but he's on the right track. He's gained a ton of insight from past experiences, and now he's building Indie Hackers and talking to a plethora of other small businesses about what has and hasn't worked for them.
Ruben Gamez, Founder of Bidsketch
February 26th, 2017
41 mins 57 secs
Business, bidsketch, proposals, saas
Ruben set out to help a friend find some software for proposals and, when he couldn't find anything, just built it himself in 2009. Eight short years later, and he's built a 5-person remote team working on it.