Startup to Last

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This week we get a bit philosophical. If a business has extra profits, how can they be fairly shared with employees and other stakeholders?

Show Notes

Topics this week:
  • Rick took some time off, but is wondering if he earned it.
  • Tyler wrote five blog posts in one day, and wonders if this should be the new approach to blogging.
  • Rick decided to wait for Memberstack updates before taking on a coding project he was planning.
  • Rick is using Outseta for his next technical project to diversify away from Memberstack. He plans to have the done in the next week.
  • Rick is still waiting to decide how to handle the API vendor that closed down his account.
  • Tyler is diving into design and is interested in improving his skills.
  • Tyler has found a couple promising use cases for his new iPad which he mostly hates.
  • The big topic for this week: What are ways a company can fairly share profits with employees? Specifically, is it better to pay current employees more, or hire more people to spread the wealth around.

What is Startup to Last?

Two founders talk about how to build software businesses that are meant to last. Each episode includes a deep dive into a different topic related to starting, growing, and sustaining a healthy business.