Sunday Coffee ☕️ #0022

November 15, 2020

Good morning and Happy Diwali 🎊🎊

Fun fact: More than 1 billion people celebrate Diwali.

This year, I think people found Diwali a sufficient reason to step out and celebrate, if nothing else but to celebrate the passing of the year 2020 which will undoubtedly go down in history books as the year of the coronavirus.

So Happy Diwali everyone. I hope you are keeping safe even when meeting friends and celebrating, because Covid-19 doesn't care.

I thought of skipping this week's post, but the nagging voice in my head didn't let me. So here I am with a new post.

Funnily enough, the idea for this post came from a candidate I was interviewing for DelightChat (we are hiring marketers!). Our discussion went from B2B marketing to entrepreneurship and to the applicant's attempts and aspirations to build his own business.

👉 How to Validate Your Micro-SaaS Idea

Published by DelightChat Tribe

Akash wrote Why Startups Are Cults

Interesting links from the Interweb

I sold Baremetrics - Josh Pigford's transparent story of how, why, and for how much he sold Baremetrics (SaaS making $1mn+ ARR).

Wonder how Ed Sheeran and Neil Gaiman consistently produce world-class writing? Learn from Julian Shapiro's mental model.

Taylor Holiday opines on Why Social Commerce is the future.

Staring down at laptop screens cause neck problems. Peter Levels proposes a potential solution.

Improvement Pill's simple pointers on How to Double Your Productivity.

Digital Wanderlust

I want to walk these beautiful streets in France and serendipitously explore.

Closing Notes

Which step in your Micro-SaaS journey are you stuck in? Talk to me and help me write the next chapter in the Micro-SaaS Ebook.

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