Sherry interviews married couple, Will and Maura. They talk about the challenges of finding time to work on a start-up while balancing two kids and two jobs. After hearing about their experiences, Rob and Sherry commiserate and do their best to offer some helpful suggestions.
Sherry and Rob talk about how the startup life has influenced their approach to parenting. Entrepreneurial values: 1) creativity 2) self-reliance 3) problem solving, and 4) perseverance have infiltrated the family Eight-year-old Fin Walling joins in to pitch his first book, A Parent’s Guide to Minecraft. The resources we mentioned in this episode: Tinker Crate Angela Duckworth’s TED […]
Sherry and Rob get philosophical as they consider what it means to “arrive”.
Rob and Sherry talk about their favorite tactics for mastering stress. Resources for this episode: Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers
Jeff Epstein of Ambassador joins the conversation about the importance of taking vacation.
Today’s conversation is based on Rob’s AMA on Bootstrappers.io. Many of the questions revolved around the mental side of starting up, rather than market validation and marketing tactics.
Sherry talks with Greg Baugues of Twilio about his experiences with Bipolar Disorder, Attention Deficit, psychotherapy, and a standing ovation at Business of Software. Photo credit: Betsy Webber
In this episode, Rob gets riled up and wants to punch things. Sherry tells him to calm down, be nice, and get back to work. Resources for this episode: Solving the Procrastination Puzzle: A Concise Guide to Strategies for Change by Timothy A. Pychyl
Ruben Gamez of Bidsketch joins in for a conversation about how to take a personal retreat.
Rob and Sherry kick off the podcast with three simple strategies for managing the craziness of the busy start-up life.