#001 - A new beginning
My new newsletter on emerging tech & solopreneurship
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Over the last five years, there were 503 of you who were gracious enough to subscribe to my email newsletter and invite me into your inbox. For that, I am grateful.
I proceeded to never send out a single email 😂
With Twitter’s recent announcement to shut down Revue (my previous newsletter provider) and 2023 around the corner, I thought this would be a good time for all of us to clean up our inboxes.
Before you hit that “unsubscribe” button, let’s try this out…
Things I want to focus on in 2023…
Marketing & writing skills
I love the impact that gamification techniques have on human psychology
I’ve been brainstorming a micro-saas idea related to this topic
Much has been made of “web3”, but I think people greatly underestimate how much society depends on the trust that centralization provides
I plan to utilize a new library called MetaFab to share ideas I have on this
A.I. Writing & Artwork
It may have been obvious based on the tagline of this newsletter, but this minimalist approach to running businesses intrigues me
I’m nearing the end of my most recent 5-year plan and think this topic is going to play an important role over my next five years.
Favorite Tweet of the week…
I love the approach that Taylor Sheridan and team are taking with these shows. With streaming providers constantly looking for new ways to put their intellectual property to work, I wouldn’t be surprised if we saw more of this over the next couple of years.
Random Facts: Taylor Sheridan graduated from Texas State University (40 minutes south of my house) and was inducted to the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame in 2021.
I would love to hear from you!
Each newsletter I want to ask a question to make this a little more interactive. If you have a minute, please reply to this email or leave a comment below.
Q: What is one thing that you are currently excited about?
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