April 7, 2020

Got my first Subscriber!

Eric Ryan Jones @StayingGeeky

The first subscriber happened today. I posted a message on LinkedIn looking for potential interview candidates and also reached out to a friend who runs an unemployment support group. Out of that, I was able to snag 1 person to potentially interview! Hoping for more sign-ups today!

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    whoa! congrats!

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      #GottaStartSomewhere!

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        if you can do it for one... you can do it for 10... and then 10,000...

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