Indie Hackers

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Dan Pierson's (@DanPierson) first entrepreneurial experience was a walk in the park — he was making $10k/week as a 23-year-old college grad, thinking life was easy. But when his business came to a halt, it set Dan on a 5 year walk through the "entrepreneurial desert" to find a business that could work. In this episode, Dan and I talk persisting through hardship, new ideas for indie hackers to help shape the future of work, and how he made $60k in a week by selling services before products.

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Dan Pierson's (@DanPierson) first entrepreneurial experience was a walk in the park — he was making $10k/week as a 23-year-old college grad, thinking life was easy. But when his business came to a halt, it set Dan on a 5 year walk through the "entrepreneurial desert" to find a business that could work. In this episode, Dan and I talk persisting through hardship, new ideas for indie hackers to help shape the future of work, and how he made $60k in a week by selling services before products.
  • Unsettled, Dan's business helping shape the future of work: https://beunsettled.co
  • Follow Dan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/danpierson
  • Read Dan's writing on Medium: https://danpierson.medium.com
  • Gather, a virtual space to gather: https://gather.town
  • Branch, a virtual HQ for remote teams: https://branch.gg
  • Grain, transcribe Zoom calls: https://grain.co
  • First Base, physical equipment for remote employees: https://www.firstbasehq.com

What is Indie Hackers?

Courtland Allen interviews the ambitious indie hackers who are turning their ideas and side projects into profitable online businesses. Explore the latest strategies and tools founders are using to capitalize on new opportunities, escape the 9-to-5 grind, and create their own personal revenue-generating machines. The future is indie!