At the start of the year, I said I was going to build 12 side projects in 12 months to achieve my goal of $10K MRR by the end of 2022. Nearly halfway into 2022, I’ve realised some major flaws in this way of doing things.
As part of my challenge to build 12 side projects in 12 months, I built Markbase. Check out how I came up with the idea, what it looks like and how I plan to grow it
I have no other jobs lined up and no intention to return to work. There’s three reasons why (and money isn’t one of them)
The second part/month of my challenge to build 12 side projects in 12 months. Tried pivoting to an agency, failed (but not in the way you’d expect) and learnt a ton in the process.
As part of my challenge to build 12 side projects in 12 months, I built Tressel. Check out a weekly breakdown of how I built it and the lessons I learned along the way
I have a mission this year: Build a business that generates $10K of revenue per month. I plan to accomplish this by becoming a business factory
These notes are from the Blockchain Theory 101 course by Melanie Swan on Udemy. Highly recommend checking it out! What is blockchain and why do we need it? Blockchain is a software protocol that tells… Read More »Blockchain – everything you need to know in 5 minutes
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