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31: Marie is in energy savings mode

My interview with Marie Ng is out 🎙After growing her app to more than 20,000 users in 3 years, she’s often stuck working on admin tasks that kill her energy. But she f...

30: Dmytro and Dago wonder if his product is too small

My interview with Dmytro Krasun is out 🎙Even though he has a successful product, he doesn’t make enough money to escape the grind and feels trapped in his business. Bu...

29: Lukas and Dago talk about burnout and therapy

I finally overcame my perfectionist tendencies and edited the podcast episode with Lukas Hermann 🥳We talked about the dark stuff he’s been through as an entrepreneur: ...

28: Nico and Dago talk about the dark side of entrepreneurship

The first guest of This Indie Life is here!Nico and I talked about the dark side of entrepreneurship: from getting his first gray hair at 26 to being on the verge of b...

27: James is gone; Dago is back

In this episode, Dago quits his job and comes back to the indie life. Meanwhile James is nowhere to be found and the podcast is headed towards a new direction.Dagobert...

26: James gets a fancy shirt; Dago gets a divorce

In this episode, Dago has a big life event which is going to change the trajectory of his indie life. Meanwhile, I reflect on one of my best weeks in a while being on ...

25: Are side projects impossible to make successful?

In this episode, Dago talks about why he can’t do side projects anymore without going al in, but he does have a plan. Meanwhile, I’ve had a big week with my podcast In...

24: We're back and indie hacking again

In this episode, Dago talks about how the honeymoon period for his job is over and how he’s going to address it with side projects. Is logology coming back? Meanwhile,...

23: Are we no longer indie hackers? (Dago's job update)

In this episode, Dago has started his new job and gives an update on what it’s like now he’s joined the dark side. Is he happy? Does he regret the decision? All will b...

22: Closing down Logology (Dago's startup)

In this episode, Dago’s got a big announcement. You might have seen on Twitter, he’s closing down his startup Logology and getting a job. I’ll read his whole tweet and...

21: Where have we been?

Dago and I have taken a break from the pod while Dago gets to the bottom of his burnout. He's spent some time meditating and figuring out what the next steps are for h...

20: Dago "I am a Twitter rockstar"

In this episode, Dago has decided he is a Twitter Rockstar and tries to justify himself, meanwhile, I’ve made huge progress in paying off my debts and there’s even som...

19: Dago is cured!

In this episode, Dago’s got to the bottom of his illness and is on the road to recovery, you won’t believe what it is! After months of positivity and growth, I might b...

18: The AI skeptics embrace AI

In this episode, Dago is up and about, looking fantastic in his recording setup. We'll be diving deep into a topic that's on everyone's minds - artificial intelligence...

17: Where is the finish line?

In this episode, Dago is still sick so records from bed and tries to find out his customer’s deepest darkest fears. Meanwhile, I’ve had a positive week having discussi...

16: Finding joy in work

In this episode, Dago is coming to terms with working less and making the most of it. I’m not talking sipping mamosas, I’m talking optimizing his Twitter time. I share...

15: Staying positive and one-year deal for Indie Bites

In this episode, Dago is still sick so records from bed and tries to find out his customer’s deepest darkest fears. Meanwhile, I’ve had a positive week having discussi...

14: Uncovering fears and getting rejected

In this episode, Dago is still sick so records from bed and tries to find out his customer’s deepest darkest fears. Meanwhile, I’ve had a positive week having discussi...

13: Getting sick and should James sell his podcast?

In this episode, Dago talks about reinventing himself on Twitter, dealing with sickness as a founder and he attempts to find 50 shades of grey to wear. I meanwhile pon...

12: Dago gets into debt

Dago has been so inspired by my debt experience, he wanted some for himself.

11: Burnout and bifolds

Dago pauses from Twitter as he approaches burnout while James gets out of his post-christmas slump.

10: Profit vs revenue and AI logo generators

James figures out he made $0 profit on his wallet sales because he can't stop buying stuff and Dago is on the verge of embracing AI.

9: Maintaining momentum

Dago and I both ponder momentum. How does he keep regular sales coming in for his Twitter course, and how do I do the same for my leather wallets?

8: What happens when the sales slow down?

The black friday bonanza is slowing so both James and Dago have to figure out what to do next. Our dopamine levels are out of whack but we need to do something to pay ...

7: $2k wallet sales; $5k course sales in a day

James has had a massive week making £1,600 in a day selling leather wallets, Dago has success with black friday sales and we finally get to the bottom of how you prono...

6: Doubt and imposter syndrome

Dago's feeling good and has splashed the cash on some new tech, while James has an existential crisis about what he wants to do with his life.

5: $16k course launch, but sad? Is going viral worth it?

Dago is now rich. By rich I mean he can now eat for 3 months before having to do it all again. James goes viral when his cat tries to wreck his $1,500 monitor but all ...

4: Deadlines, disagreements and launches

Dago and I both struggle through deadlines for different reasons, we disagree again (but it comes from a good place) and I find out that Dago doesn't consume any conte...

3: Burnout, course launch and AI tools

Dago is gearing up for launching his course while I return from a short trip across the pond. We both reveal our hours worked in the last week and you might be surpris...

2: Disagreeing on sponsors, clients and false validation

Boxing gloves are out for the second episode as Dago and James go head to head on sponsor vs no sponsor. Honestly a very enjoyable open discussion which was very much ...

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