Indie hacking has taught me a lot — some days I'm an engineer, others I'm a designer, marketer, salesman or visionary. It requires me to learn a lot of skills and gives me the confidence to be able to tackle any problem ahead of me.
But I've learned just as much about how to be a better friend, brother, and person as I have about how to build a business. I learned to see outside myself, to always see the bigger picture and how to live with a purpose.
I think that's most important when going into business — doing the right thing for customers, your team and yourself. I'm proud of how far I've come and I'm excited to keep going.
If you'd like to read a little bit more about what I learned from these projects you can do that here.
I'm curious -- what are some of the life lessons you've learned?