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Indie Hackers

Technology • Business

Courtland Allen interviews the ambitious indie hackers who are turning their ideas and side projects into profitable online businesses. Explore the latest strategies and tools founders are using to capitalize on new opportunities, escape the 9-to-5 grind, and create their own personalRead more

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Throwback: How to Build a Life You Love by Quitting Everything Else with Lynne Tye of Key Values

Nov 25 • 01:41:01

(Throwback episode!) After spending years pursuing a career in science, Lynne Tye (@lynnetye) shocked her family and colleagues by dropping out of grad school. Thus began a months-long journey of discovery and experimentation that eventually saw her managing 150 people at a high-profile tech startup. But when Lynne realized the fast-paced startup lifestyle was not for her,...

Brains: Talking Money with Anthony Pompliano and Sam Parr

Nov 17 • 37:17

How do you make a ton of money on the internet, and how do you manage it once you've got it? In this crossover episode from the Brains podcast, we have a fun discussion about money with Anthony Pompliano (@APompliano) who's a Bitcoin 9-figure millionaire and Sam Parr (@theSamParr) who sold his startup The Hustle for a reported $27 million. Whether you enjoy this crossover ...

#234 – Money, Kids, and Choosing Your Market with Justin Jackson of

Nov 10 • 01:15:53

Today I'm talking to Justin Jackson (@mijustin). He's someone who started out in entrepreneurship by opening a brick and mortar snowboarding shop. I want to find out how he made the unlikely leap into SaaS and how having four kids at a young age changed both his journey and how he thinks about money, legacy, and the future. ...

Hard-Learned Lessons from Decades of Entrepreneurship with Spencer Fry of Podia

Nov 3 • 49:22

Today I'm talking to Spencer Fry (@spencerfry), the founder of Podia. His business is super relevant right now because it is basically a one-stop shop to support creators and entrepreneurs. In this episode we discuss the importance of planning, how to iterate on a plan and how to stay persistent....

#232 – How to Punch Above Your Weight with Sonal Chokshi of a16z

Oct 27 • 01:03:54

#231 – Learning from Conversations with Andrew Warner of Mixergy

Oct 20 • 51:17

In this episode I'm talking with Andrew Warner (@AndrewWarner), the host of the Mixergy where he's interviewed over 2,000 founders in the tech and software space. His new book, Stop Asking Questions, breaks down everything he's learned about having a meaningful conversation and maximizing the value out of one-shot encounters. ...

#230 – Grit, Timing, and Building Businesses You Love with Andrew Gazdecki of MicroAcquire

Oct 13 • 41:58

#229 – Stealing Users Away From Incumbents Like Google with Marie Martens of Tally

Oct 6 • 43:19

Today I'm talking to an Indie Hacker Marie Martens (@mariemartens) who has gained over 10,000 users in less than a year for her software Tally. The best part of her story is that Tally isn't even a new idea. In fact, incumbents like Google are already in the space. I invited her here to find out how she did it....

#228 – Making $1M/yr Then Raising Money as a Solo Indie Hacker with AJ from Carrd

Sep 29 • 33:47

#227 – Constraints, Longevity, and Avoiding Competition with John O'Nolan from Ghost

Sep 22 • 54:43

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