Latitude: Mindful productivity for freelancers and founders

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Summary

Mubashar Iqbal ("Mubs") has developed over 80 unique projects in the spare time outside of his full-time job. Learn how he keeps projects interesting for himself and users, and see how his personal challenges and hobbies have driven his work forward.

Show Notes

Mubashar Iqbal ("Mubs") is a developer, maker, and indie hacker. He's been Product Hunt's Maker of the Year and has created over 80 unique projects. Some of those projects have gone completely viral, received 10s of millions of views, and been sold. In this conversation, we chat about how to decide what to work on, how to keep it fun and interesting, and how to use making as marketing.

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I'd love to hear how you're applying what you hear in the show. Let me know on Twitter (@zavzen).

What is Latitude: Mindful productivity for freelancers and founders?

Latitude is an interview show about all the non-business parts of running a successful online business. I interview freelancers and founders about how they are building their businesses and (mostly) maintaining their sanity.

Latitude is about finding the space to do real, meaningful, creative work. Work that inspires others and motivates yourself. I interview creators like you to discover what it actually takes to show up and define work on your own terms. Doing creative work is hard. Making a living from that creative work is even harder. Latitude attempts to make it just a little bit easier.

Hosted by Bryan Zavestoski of CreateLatitude.com.