Jonathan Stark makes a compelling argument why you should have the three Cs before quitting your job to go solo consulting.
Psychographic specialisations may work for discipline generalists
When focusing on a market segment defined by personal beliefs, it’s often fine to position yourself as a generalist in your craft.
Positioning is a common problem for data scientists
With the commodification of data scientists, the problem of positioning has become more common: My takeaways from Genevieve Hayes interviewing Jonathan Stark.
The lines between solo consulting and product building are blurry
It turns out that problems like finding a niche and defining the ideal clients are key to any solo business.
The Minimalist Entrepreneur is too prescriptive for me
While I found the story of Gumroad interesting, The Minimalist Entrepreneur seems to over-generalise from the founder’s experience.
Revisiting Start Small, Stay Small in 2023 (Chapter 2)
A summary of the second chapter of Rob Walling’s Start Small, Stay Small, along with my thoughts & reflections.
Revisiting Start Small, Stay Small in 2023 (Chapter 1)
A summary of the first chapter of Rob Walling’s Start Small, Stay Small, along with my thoughts & reflections.
Email notifications on public GitHub commits
GitHub publishes an Atom feed, which means you can use any RSS reader to follow commits.
Making a TIL section with Hugo and PaperMod
How I added a Today I Learned section to my Hugo site with the PaperMod theme.