I’ve spent the majority of my career working for companies building products I either wasn’t interested in, or wasn’t the target user. They were jobs. In exchange for my 40 hours, they supplied me a paycheck. As a result, I went home at the end of the day and was able to disconnect.
Fast forward almost 15 years and I’m on the opposite end of the spectrum — I build a product I want to exist, a parent like me is the target user and furthermore, I have equity in the company.continue reading →