Back where I belong
Why I paused the newsletter, Tips for non-technical business founders, Driving growth and more
Okay so it’s been over 4 months, and I’ve truly missed everyone. When so many people reach out saying that they’ve missed the newsletter, it’s a great reminder about how many people value it.
Pausing the newsletter wasn’t me questioning its value - I needed the time and space to discover more about myself, how I want to spend my time and what problems I really cared about solving with my skills in no code, product management and breaking down concepts so that it’s easy to understand for the everyday person. For me, his newsletter fits into the greater impact I want to achieve by helping non-technical business founders to build their first app without the need of developers. I’ll be sharing resources about growth and things that non-technical business founders need to know in taking their first steps.
I asked in my survey from weekly readers at the end of 2021 what you would want to see more of in the newsletter and you’ve asked for case studies of apps I have built. I was worried about switching up the messaging too much, especially as I’m sure there is a large percentage of you that are unaware of this process.
The pandemic really had me going into a cave and gave me the freedom to explore and test a few ideas. It might seem obvious, but I had to go through that journey.
I’m REALLY ENERGISED to start meeting people in real life again, serving you with the newsletter, attending events, jumping on podcasts and running Codeless Launch Squad.
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💡Tips for non-technical business founders
A new section where I will be sharing my most helpful tips for non-technical business founders
If you’re building an app, make sure you at least have a clear start to end journey. Here’s my current favourite template. Link
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