It's Thanksgiving in the U.S. tomorrow. No systems, hacks, or exercises in this post. Only one significant message…
This is section ten in our continuous arrangement, Journey to $100K every Month. Prior posts can be found here.
We began composing this blog ten weeks back as an examination.
Would individuals care about our little SaaS startup's excursion to progress?
Fortunately, it worked out that a considerable lot of you give it a second thought. Also, I'm thankful that since we distributed our first post, in excess of 100,000 novel guests have gone to our blog and partaken in the exercises we've been learning en route.
I'm likewise appreciative that you've encouraged us draw nearer to our $100,000 objective — as of this current month, we've expanded our month to month income by over 10% since we began the blog.
Also, more than the entirety of that, I'm thankful for the network we've all worked here. So many of you return every week and flash enthusiastic, intriguing conversations in the remarks, and we as a whole gain such a great amount from them. From multiple points of view, those conversations are more useful to me as an organizer than composing the blog itself.
I'll be the first to concede that I'm not resistant to the "organizer self image" that plagues such countless independent ventures. I've composed before about the amount it hurt Groove from the beginning, and I've been endeavoring to improve. I find that offering thanks is perhaps the most ideal approaches to advise myself that I'm not even distantly the just a single liable for Groove's prosperity. I suggest that each originator – and each individual, truly – give appreciation a decided attempt.
And keeping in mind that appreciation is an all year pursuit, Thanksgiving is a fabulous suggestion to those of us that need it.
So much obliged.
Much obliged to you for perusing, for sharing, for remarking, for encouraging me and the group significantly over these most recent ten weeks.