Do you actually want to own and operate a software company? | EP 09
Even with a blockbuster idea, your app won’t make money overnight. Are you willing to devote years to building your product, and eventually running a software company? In this episode, Kyle explains why apps don’t make you get rich quick, and offers some advice to help you decide whether building an app is right for you.Read the blog post Listen on iTunes Listen on SoundCloud
Nov 29, 2018 • 2:30
Early Stage Founders: Sales Will Solve (Almost) All of Your Problems
You finally have a product to market, and that’s good news because your bills are piling up fast. You’ve got two options to keep the company on its feet: hunt VC cash, or make some sales calls. In this episode, Kyle makes a case for why founders should strive to be the best salesperson in their company, and why drumming up customers in the early days is more important than inking investors.
Nov 22, 2018 • 3:30
CEOs, Are You Prepared for Wartime?
If you’re a CEO you’re likely in one of two camps: a long-term planner who keeps an even keel, or an aggressive decision maker who isn’t afraid to rock the boat. Tune in to hear why Kyle recommends being a little of both, and how to get there.
Nov 15, 2018 • 7:00
How to Crush Your Competition (Honestly and Ethically)
A friendly rivalry can be healthy for your company if you can master the art of tact.
Nov 8, 2018 • 16:12
About the Host
An entrepreneur for more than 10 years, the co-founder and CEO of Proposify, and a graduate of the school of hard knocks with a major in street smarts, Kyle is focused on sharing what he’s learned (and continues to learn every day) to empower other entrepreneurs to build and reap the benefits of a thriving business.