Latest Episodes

Spencer Fry of Podia

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Spencer shares what it’s been like scaling Podia to a team of 20, when to add more process to the business, and how the role as CEO evolves as your team grows.

Tyler King of Less Annoying CRM

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Tyler worked long hours in the early days but now has the balance many of us ultimately want and in our interview you’ll discover how he got here.

Sarah Hum of Canny

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Canny has grown rapidly while maintaining the culture and balance they want as a fully remote and bootstrapped company—discover how in this interview.

Guillaume Moubeche of lemlist

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Today, I’m talking with Guillaume Moubeche, the Founder and CEO of lemlist, a SaaS startup helping customers send cold emails that get replies. Guillaume and his team have grown lemlist to more than $1m ARR in less than 2 years and they’ve done it while remaining bootstrapped and profitable. In our chat, we dive into how he’s handled this rapid growth—everything from hiring to building processes...

Patrick Campbell of ProfitWell

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Today, I’m talking with Patrick Campbell, the Founder and CEO at ProfitWell, a self-funded startup that solves the hardest parts of subscription growth. Patrick has been on the show a couple of times before and I’m super excited to have him back on, but the circumstances this time are a bit different. We recorded this interview in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic and Patrick shares how he...

Ben Orenstein of Tuple

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Today, I’m talking with Ben Orenstein, a co-founder of Tuple, the best remote pair-programming app on macOS, and co-host of The Art of Product Podcast. Ben was a developer at thoughtbot but left to start Tuple to fill the gap in the remote pair-programming market after Slack shut down Screenhero. They launched just two years ago and in that time have grown to a place where the 3 co-founders have...