Something I see most software entrepreneurs struggle with is finding the right idea. Not just any idea, but an idea that has a legitimate chance of success.
Some quick wins for March were:
- I managed to get write-ups published in Buffer, Entrepreneur, The Next Web, and Business.com
- My startup LeadFuze hit a six figure run rate by the 90 day mark
- I managed to take two vacations
Here’s a screenshot from my RescueTime dashboard:
For anyone who has followed along with my various startup projects and posts here on justinmcgill.net, you’ll be in for a treat.
Over the last seven years I have launched a few different startups. I came close to launching several more. I have been asked to be the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), but typically I am spearheading the startup as CEO.
February was a great month. I’m looking forward to sharing some of the results of what I’ve been working on, as well as a couple of new side projects that I’m excited about. First, let me give some of the highlights.
I have a lot of different things going on, but one thing I’ve started doing recently is writing 750 words every single day. This has already made a positive income on my businesses and for my personal brand.
If you have never started a business before, the idea of it can seem daunting. If you have started a business, you begin to notice it’s harder to stay away from new business ideas than it is starting them.
January was a pretty interesting month for me. One of my two startups started to gain traction, while the other started to show some signs of life.
These sorts of posts used to be popular back in the day, but you don’t see them much any more.
A couple of months ago I purchased the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge. I could have upgraded in the Spring of last year, but I wanted to wait for the Note. I liked my Samsung S4 enough to wait, but I was ready for something bigger and more badass.