Nathan Barry is an amazing individual: when you spend time with him you can’t help but be inspired to create and launch your own stuff. As a young man he’s had tremendous success is releasing his own products: an iPad app called One Voice, two really successful ebooks, and a new web app called ConvertKit.
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Add it to your weekly listens — 5 stars
– by Timothy Fletcher from Canada on 2013-02-14
Fascinating interviews with entrepreneurs that have been there and done it. Plenty of useful tips for building your own SaaS apps. Definitely worth a listen!
From the USA:
thorough, no-fluff advice for creating & selling your own products — 5 stars
– by RobertWilliams88 from United States on 2013-02-18
These guys do an awesome job asking questions. I find myself begin to wonder about a topic, then *BAM* someone asks it. They already have a bunch of my favorite people interviewed, I’m looking forward to what comes next. This is my favorite podcast.
Very insightful interviews — 4 stars
– by Amaia Castro from Spain on 2013-02-07
I’m thinking about making my own products and listening to this podcast is really helpful. Thanks for all the insightful interviews.
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Thanks for listening, we’ll see you next week where Nathan returns to give us specific steps for building your own info-product.