Rob and Sherry close in on 17 years of marriage. They talk about how it has been a professional asset, the challenges and benefits of working together, and what things have been important in a successful marriage.
Rob and Sherry talk about following your passion. They raise some questions on whether or not this is good advice when it comes trying to monetize it or “do what you love”.
Upon returning from MicroConf 2017, Rob and Sherry talk about their experience with the conference as well as strategies you can use to get the most out of conferences.
Sherry and Rob talk about the downside of good things. Sherry uses the example of founders experiencing growth and success in their businesses but it also causing disruptions. They talk openly about the reality that even really good things can still cause stress and what to do, and how to prepare.
Sherry talks with Ed Finkler, CTO at Graph Story and chairman of Open Sourcing Mental Illness (OSMI) about his mission to help raise awareness, educating, and providing resources to support mental health in the tech community both for employees and employers.
Sherry and Rob talk about ADD/ADHD and its prevalence in the founder community. They help inform people on what it looks it and when its considered a disorder versus just a behavioral profile.
In this episode Rob talks about why you should find a crew, how to find a crew, and why it is critical to your success as an entrepreneur. He shares how he has met his crew throughout the years and divides them into 3 different roles.
Sherry talks with Karim Marucchi, CEO of Crowd Favorite, about the pains of ending a client relationship and how it can be an emotional challenge. Karim shares some past experiences ending a relationship with a client, how it felt, and his philosophies.
Sherry gives an update on her families health problems and its impact on her schedule. She also talks about the importance of deep breaths and takes you through a breathing exercise to end the episode.
In this episode Rob talks about “playing long ball”, thinking about as a founder or significant other of a founder, how to stay in this space for the long haul. He highlights three points to achieve this and goes into details on each.