In this episode, Rob chats with Dan Norris about selling his productized service to GoDaddy, his latest book, and latest business, a very successful brewery in Australia. They also ruminate on the impact that post-exit money has had on their lives.
The topics we cover
[07:04] Finding the motivation to write 6 books
[07:38] Selling WP Curve to GoDaddy
[18:11] Compound Marketing and applying the principles to Black Hops
[33:53] Life post-exit and the arrival fallacy
[45:57] Rob and the sale of Drip
[53:37] Building a SaaS to sell vs as a long-term, profitable company
Links from the show
- Episode 183 | 5 Startup Rules to Live By with Dan Norris
- The 7 Day Startup
- Compound book
- Black Hops Brewing – Gold Coast Craft Beer Brewery
- State of Independent SaaS Report 2021 — MicroConf – The Most Trusted Community for Non-Venture Track SaaS Founders
- Dan Norris (@thedannorris) | Twitter
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