I started developing websites for money in 2012 when I was unemployed and 42 years old. Behind me was my experience as a social worker, retail shop owner, textbook salesperson, and vending machine sales manager. I had recently recovered from a … [Continue reading] about How to become a website developer in 29 easy steps
I became a website developer in 2012 when I was unemployed and 42 years old. Since then, I have been helping people and companies with their website problems. Along the way, I have made a few mistakes and learned some valuable lessons. Here is my … [Continue reading] about Best practices for website developers
Over the past few weeks, I’ve been helping someone who owns a website development agency. He brings in new business and manages all the projects for his agency. But he’s not a website developer himself. So he contracts out that work. And he’s had … [Continue reading] about Clowntown, we have a problem
There was a time when I felt insecure about the value of my services. I believed every single recipient of a proposal from me was supposed to say, “yes.” If a prospect said, “no” then it was because of a problem in my proposal. You know… like the … [Continue reading] about How much should I charge for my services?
My first mentor was Mister Rogers. That’s right. Fred Rogers from Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. I did not want to be like Mister Rogers when I grew up. Instead, Fred Rogers taught me how to think about things in my world. … [Continue reading] about How to find a mentor