4 Listener Questions About Money (FS043)

4 Listener Questions About Money (FS043)

Throughout the month of February we’ve brought you through some big questions about money. In this episode, it’s your turn to ask the questions.

We answer four questions from listeners and dive into things like:

  • keeping up steady sales AFTER you’ve launched your product,
  • the risks of partnerships and bank accounts,
  • the difference between a “business” and “passive income project,”
  • the heart-wrenching sound of an 18 year old reaching higher (and our best advice for being young and entrepreneurial)
  • BONUS: some killer stories about caleb in college.

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4 listener questions about money and online business answered by some weird—but cool—guys.
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Money Matters in February

In case you missed it, this month has been a killer month on the podcast and The Sparkline. Here’s what we’ve covered.

The Fizzle Show

The Sparkline

Free Guides

Show Notes

Ron white peein in the river – YouTube

Simple Mindfulness: Simple Steps to a Happier Life — This is Paige’s site. She asks the first question in the show. Thanks, Paige!

Simplicity – Joel on Software“I can tell you that nothing we have ever done at Fog Creek has increased our revenue more than releasing a new version with more features.”

Evernote Essentials, The Definitive Getting-Started Guide for Evernote — Brett is now on v.4 of this book. A great example in response to Paige’s question.

Urban Dictionary: R.O.U.S. — Rodents of unusual size. Here’s the scene.

SEO Test Tool – run a test of your page now — Thanks, Tom for your question!

About microdata – Webmaster Tools Help — This was the stuff I was talking about learning during Tom’s question.

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  • TheAvDad

    Chase is Tony Stark…Duh!

    • http://www.flyaoamedia.com Chris Palmer

      I was hoping I had a better response… but you’re so right.

  • http://pajamaproductivity.com Annie Sisk

    Please consider doing transcripts. Many people are hearing impaired and cannot “consume” audio-only content.

    • Foothold Services

      Love that suggestion – show notes/transcripts are fast and add a great value.

      • http://www.lifehackerbg.com lifehackerbg.com

        please! i want it too :)

  • nicnack

    glad you guys are having fun and cutting up just to keep it light, but I would also appreciate if your presentation was lean and mean.. since in this day and age we are dealing with the epidemic of being soo busy and zero attention span, I feel myself wanting to click off after 60 second of no valuable information. give it to me like laser beam.. tight, focused, useful

  • http://about.me/harleyeblen Harley Eblen

    Thanks for the advice guys! Always appreciate it. And Chase’s impression of me made my day.

    Also, is there anyone that can put me in touch with Tyson? I totally know how that guy feels. Man it sucks, but it gets better!

  • http://cashwithatrueconscience.com/rbblog Ryan Biddulph

    Love the podcasts and energy on this blog. Excellent stuff!

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Setting Prices, Raising Rates & Getting Paid What You’re Worth (FS041)

You’d be amazed what I can pull out of Caleb whilst getting saucy about his wife’s flexible packages… There’s a lot to learn on the road from “that’s ok, you don’t have to pay me” to “I know what I’m worth and you can’t afford me.”

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