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Noah enjoys programming challenges as well as developing new and unique apps. CoffeePass and Supportman are two startups he co-founded and sold. And is experienced as a web/mobile developer at four different companies. He is currently working on Potion, a Notion-based website builder.
Potion.so adds the magic, resulting in a fast site with custom domains, styles, and excellent SEO. It allows you to quickly create custom Notion websites.
[00:38] - Starting out as an entrepreneur in college.
[01:56] - Bootstrapping is making a small business that works.
[03:44] - Noticing what people do in order find a niche.
[07:02] - When to transition from a full-time job to full-time bootstrapping.
[08:01] - Bootstrapping founder's burn out.
[09:54] - Learning the code or no-code tools or partnering up to get to the business.
[11:30] - Difficulties with building on top of large platforms, risk management, and determining what people want.
[16:45] - Finding the users.
[18:28] - Starting from scratch again and again. Properly.
[21:50] - Building in public to get the first 50 users. + ProductHunt.
[24:07] - Keep doing what you doing to find what works.
[24:55] - Making small bets when you are getting started.
“Find what works. Find what distribution works. Keep doing what you are doing“ - Noah
“Try to build a little tool or a little business. Build quicker and fail quicker.“ - Noah
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