Welcome to the 50th edition of Sunday Coffee. We've made it to a half-century 🎉
I have a new blog post for this weekend. It's about a principle I learnt long ago but somewhere along the way forgot about. I'm re-learning!
Most people when facing a problem or a challenge look for what more they can do to solve the problem and overcome it.
Yet, there’s a low-hanging alternative to problem-solving that is rarely considered.
What if you could achieve more by trying to do less?
👉 Via Negativa: Do More By Doing Less
Sankalp is continuing to create content around the "Learn Django" keyword. Latest: Write better queries using values_list in Django.
Akash is taking a Product Management bootcamp these are his notes: Product Management Bootcamp Notes - 1 - Customer Research.
Dogfooding x DelightChat - We are using our product to support our users, who are using our product to support their users.
100 days. $50k MRR. Bootstrapped. Read this story.
Add this question to your sign-up flow - "What challenge are you most hoping [product name] will help you solve?"
80% of readers only scan headlines. Here's 13 tips to craft a headline that draws eyeballs.
Priya wrote 100 "atomic essays" in 100 days.
A sailor who builds profitable SaaS apps is solving his own by building this website.
When Jet.com sold for $3b, this guy made $20m (he wasn't an investor).
A beginner's guide to Facebook Ads for growing your SaaS.
Arvid Kahl's new book, The Embedded Entrepreneur, solid 750+ copies in 7 days.
Most unicorn ideas are not engineering marvels. Difficulty of building a product != Its usefulness.
The JD of a Product Manager, by Lenny Rachitsky.
1 year after quitting my job I've only made $42 - What would you do?
$2800 from 70 sales selling an Airtable database - Check out Sudharshan's info product.
PSA: Dr. Mausumi Das is hosting a live session about Mucormycosis - or more commonly known as Black Fungus.
Takes me back to riding a scooty along the streets of Gokarna. Image source.
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