I co-founded Ladder.io, a growth marketing agency, and grew it to 50 people over 6 years. I was in charge of operations, so spent most of my time on training the team, solving problems for key clients, and automating the work with "no code" tools and in-house tech we built.
I got more and more interested in the product side and tired with agency life, so I left my co-founder in charge, and parted ways to spend the year learning to code. I built a few different things and eventually went all in on one idea, simulator-based courses to teach marketers how to be more data-driven.
I work 3 days a week on Vexpower.com with my co-founder who joined after I had built the initial prototype, and consult on marketing attribution the other 2 days a week to pay my expenses. We just had our first $1k+ week so we're hoping next year we can do 4 and eventually 5 days a week, and scale it.
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