December 24, 2020


Let’s Be Less Wrong in 2021

Hosted by

Jordan Gal Brian Casel
Let’s Be Less Wrong in 2021
Bootstrapped Web
Let’s Be Less Wrong in 2021

Dec 24 2020 | 00:35:29


Show Notes

Brian and Jordan are rounding out 2020 by looking back and looking into the future. Brian talks about taking a break for the next couple weeks, ProcessKit updates, and looking back to see what he was wrong about when thinking about 2020. Jordan talks about a couple podcasts he was a part of, fun holiday parties, and minimizing risks of wasting hours. They also go over some final thoughts about the holidays, and what they plan on doing on their vacation.

[tweetthis]“What were all the things that I was wrong about? In the last year?” - Brian [/tweetthis]

Here are today’s conversation points:

  • Taking a break and the importance of stepping away
    • What is burnout?
    • Macro versus micro expectations for ourselves
  • Podcasts that Jordan has been a part of lately (Greylock, Better Done Than Perfect)
  • Looking back on 2020
  • What happens in ‘21?
  • ProcessKit updates: onboarding flow, new home pages, etc.
  • Holiday parties (and possibly monthly happy hours) using GatherTown
  • The process for validating products
[tweetthis]“I don’t do that many hours of intense work and writing and that sort of thing, but it is the constant thinking and worrying.” - Jordan [/tweetthis]


Greylock (Greymatter): “Mike Duboe | The Rise of Headless Commerce”

Better Done Than Perfect: Radical Onboarding Experiments with Jordan Gal

Better Done Than Perfect: Launch Lessons & Product Surveys with Rand Fishkin



Audience Ops



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