Ever get the feeling that you'd like to just focus on one project? You think this is it. This is the one.
If I focus => It'll be a success.
If I had a co-founder => I could focus.
If I had time => I could focus
It's always something.
There's always something in my way.
I launched last year a big epic web app. It sucked. I waited 6 months and then launched a new thing. it sucked. Spent $3k and made $0. Yes. Zero.
I waited too long. I need to launch sooner, faster.
In the past 6 months I've launched 3 projects. All three are profitable (a few dozen dollars).
Something I launched 2 years ago as a fun project. Got me a short term gig this year.
The point is that the projects are out there. Able to bring in some revenue. Bring in eyes.
Stuck on the front end? Launch an API.
Stuck on the back end? Launch a micro-service.
Stuck on setting up subscriptions? Launch a newsletter with Substack.com
Need a database? Make it in google sheets. Launch with Sheet2Site.com
Need a landing page? make it with Carrd.co
Scared of success? Shut up and succeed. Then get scared.
Want immediate feedback? Launch to friends and family.
Want peer reviews? Launch to Indiehackers.
Want hard advice? Launch to HN.
Always Be Launching.
Launch once a week to a new platform, a new segment.