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187: Negative Reviews are Good for You

Arvid looks at bad reviews and how to handle them.

186: Brennan Dunn — Mastering Email Marketing

Brennan shares the secrets to using emails to build relationships and increase your revenue.

185: The Monkey and the Pedestal

Arvid shares a productivity framework that makes task prioritization much easier.

184: Laura Elizabeth — Building Software Products As a Non-Technical Founder

Laura shares her experience building businesses without knowing how to code.

183: Expanding Your Opportunity Surface

Arvid talks about improving your chances to get where you want to be.

182: Daniel Fayle — Door-to-door to $2M ARR

Daniel shares his journey to $2M ARR, from early marketing stunts to running a stable business.

181: The Role of Trust in Remote Work

Arvid talks about remote work best practices that empower both employee and employer.

180: Marissa Goldberg — Running a Remote-First Business

Marissa shares how to solve common remote work problems such as underwork, overwork, and office-life-balance.

179: Founder Mental Health Pitfalls

Arvid explains common mental health issues and what to do about them.

178: Patrick Campbell — Life After a $200mil Exit

Patrick shares the ups and downs of building and selling a $200mil business — and the role of founder mental health.

177: Diversify Your Creator Portfolio

Arvid talks about having many irons in the fire (successfully.)

176: Jay Clouse — Creative Commitments

Jay shares how to build trust, align all your projects, and build communities.

175: Realistic Building in Public for Introverted Founders

Arvid shares his 5 tips to create consistently as an introvert.

174: Ana Bibikova — The Introvert Superpower

Ana shares how introverts can prosper as entrepreneurs without having to yell.

[Bonus] Sahil Lavingia — Gumroad’s Pricing Disaster

Arvid asks Sahil why Gumroad changed their prices and how he's dealing with the community backlash.

173: Build a Defensible Indie Business

Arvid shares the kinds of moats indie founders can build around their businesses.

172: Andrew Gazdecki — Building a Sellable Business

Andrew explains how to build a business that can get acquired for millions. Arvid is mesmerized.

171: Avoid Vanity Metrics

Arvid talks about the difference between short- and long-term engagement thinking.

170: Rosie Sherry — Building Profitable Communities

Rosie shares her insights into community building. And how to monetize it!

169: Paying the Bills While Building Your First Indie Business

Arvid talks about stair-stepping and how to build a foundation for profitability.

168: Jakob Greenfeld — Writing Your Way to Clarity

Jakob tells Arvid about writing, learning entrepreneurship through experiments, and how not to create boring content.

167: Find Business Ideas on Social Media

Arvid talks about using social media intentionally and methodically.

166: Daniel Vassallo — Building a Portfolio of Small Bets

Arvid talks to Daniel about small bets, SaaS pricing, and using Twitter to build wealth.

165: Why You Shouldn’t Sell Your Business

Arvid points out reasons not to sell (a sellable) business.

164: Damon Chen — Building a $400k/year SaaS

Damon Chen talks to Arvid about priorities and building a $400k business.

163: When Should You Go from Side-Project to Full-Time?

Arvid talks about why it's so hard to get this pivotal transition right.

162: Michele Hansen — Moving from Side Project to Full Time

Michele Hansen teaches Arvid about finding the right time to become a founder.

161: Calm Business Misconceptions

Arvid (calmly) talks about commonly misunderstood aspects of calmness.

160: Operating a Calm SaaS Business

Arvid talks about staying calm, keeping an eye on things, and building good software.

159: Pricing for Calm SaaS Businesses

Arvid talks about you to find your pricing. You know, the most important part of your business.

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