I remember when I first started building Unsettle, I was so inspired.  I was on fire. I had so many great ideas, I was so sure of myself, and I was crazy productive.

But then, I turned a bit of a corner. I started feeling alone, unsure, and like everybody surely thought I was crazy. And I remember feeling like I was the only one that felt that way.

These struggles – the mental gymnastics, the ups and downs and dark days – they just weren’t talked about online.

At least, not in the blogs I was reading or the podcasts I was listening to. I think I know why, too.

Because when you claw your way out of those hard times, it’s easy to forget about how it felt in those periods. But I’m feeling a bit like this right now, and I thought it would be helpful for some of you who are maybe going through the same things as I did when I started. So buckle up. This episode is a bit of a serious one!

Mentioned in This Show:

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • The top struggles that nobody every talks about when you’re building something you care about
  • How ridiculous I really am with some technology
  • How to overcome the inevitable hurdles you’ll have to jump over mentally and emotionally as you build

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