Episodes

#149 — 💅🏿 Products & Services With Style

Dec. 10, 2021

I recently came across this article https://future.a16z.com/software-style-over-branding/ and got me thinking about finding niches, authentic businesses, and this episode is all about that. Check it out and if you do, slide …

#148 — 🗣 Win Without Pitching Manifesto

Dec. 10, 2021

Recently read the Win Without Pitching Manifesto (https://www.winwithoutpitching.com/the-manifesto/) by recommendation of Roxana (@notionflows on twitter!) and it spurred all the thoughts on things i could be doing better at…

#147 — 💭 Download from No-Code Conf

Dec. 9, 2021

In November, Webflow hosted no-code conf a 2-day conference all about no-code, and 🤯 there were some fire announcements. I was happy to get to attend virtually and here's my download from the very first day which wasn't prev…

#146 — 🏘 Some Thinking On The Village

Nov. 16, 2021

After a little hiatus because of life we're (I'm) back with some thinking about November's product experiment (resurrection of the village: https://thevillagenetwork.mn.co/ -- an experiment I launched in the summer of 2020)

#145 — 😩 Bad days and perspective

Oct. 20, 2021

Today was rough. Some thoughts and rumblings and keeping perspective on tough days.

#144 — 🪅 Daily shots on goal

Oct. 16, 2021

Lunch Pail’s build weekend experiment didn’t really pan out but we’ve been seeing more progress with breaking up longer terms experiments into items we can execute daily.

#143 — 🪞week in review

Oct. 11, 2021

This week’s week in review 👀

#142 — 🔗 The Integration Economy

Oct. 7, 2021

During Coda's Block Party, their team made a huge announcement sharing that anyone will now be able to create packs for the Coda community ( https://coda.io/packsbeta ) and they also announced a $1 million fund (https://coda…

#141 — 👣 Forcing functions and Build Weekends

Oct. 6, 2021

All about an approach we're trying to push more experiments.

#140 — 🤔 perfect days

Sept. 21, 2021

On focusing on making each day a success

#139 — Render(ATL) and lessons for no-code

Sept. 16, 2021

Spent the past couple of days at Render ATL which is the largest southeast conference all about React and inclusion. Tune in for thoughts on what we can take and apply to no-code

#138 — Week in review 🕺🏿

Aug. 27, 2021

Good, bad and ugly at Lunch Pail this week.

#137 — 🐌 moving too slow

Aug. 18, 2021

End of summer slumps and missing the boat.

#136 — 🎯 what’s really the goal?

Aug. 4, 2021

Reflections after listening to this indie hacker episode https://open.spotify.com/episode/3cZrbp0JzEw9cK8CYrWyvw?si=wE7qOiOmR76kyayTJqE4eA&dl_branch=1

#135 — 👀 Week in review

Aug. 3, 2021

The good, bad and ugly this week

#134 — 🤔 agency mrr?

July 30, 2021

Some thoughts on recurring revenue in service based businesses and how I’m thinking about that as Lunch Pail pursues some digital product ideas 💡

#133 —📱 your work as a product

July 30, 2021

Reflections on growing a product mindset with services, working full time, or any type of work in general

#132 — ⛏ Selling pickaxes

July 28, 2021

A quick reflection on the pickaxe opportunities for microbusinesses

#131 — 🥳 Plugin Progress

July 27, 2021

Quick update on a plugin i’m building for fun as well as a shout out to Lunch Pail’s very first livestream

#130 — 👀Week in review

July 27, 2021

All about the week and progress on season 2 goals

#129 — 📦 Re re re branding?

July 21, 2021

Chatting about a Lunch Pail Labs rebrand to hopefully better suit our incorporation of more digital products. Tune in for thoughts on the approach we're taking.

#128 — 🔄 Goals -> habits

July 15, 2021

All about breaking down Lunch Pail’s season 2 goals into daily activities/habits. I’ll be using Harold (heyitsharold.com) to track progress on these. Also check out this cool creative habits generator https://creativehabitge…

Coming Soon: Lunch Pail Daily Season 2

July 13, 2021

New goals, new podcast structure, new season. Tune in to hear more about what's in store for Lunch Pail Daily season 2

#127 —🪞week/month/quarter in review

July 3, 2021

Looking back at the week, month and quarter and teasing priorities for the future!