Being a solo-entrepreneur for the past ten years has been a blessing and a curse… On one hand, you and I have the ability to run a 7 or 8 figure business from our favorite coffee shop… No office, no overhead, no hassles, and complete freedom.
On the other hand, that business model has a limited capacity for growth and potential impact.
We’ve chosen the scalpel instead of the bulldozer.
Which is completely fine, but it comes with a consequence I’ve become more and more aware over the past few years… Blindness.
We live in a bubble and ecosystem that’s designed to support our solo-businesses. Lead Pages, Click Funnels, MailChimp, AWeber, Infusionsoft, SamCart, 99Designs, ODesk, Traffic Agencies, and virtual tech teams.
We go to the same events, read the same books, and use the same tools and resources, and we all play follow the leader.
Eventually, you might even become the biggest fish in your tiny pond, and that’s the problem.
Just over the hill right next to you is a massive ocean filled with whales, where you and I are just minnows.
Today’s guest is a crystal clear example of the risks you take if you continue to think small.
If you live outside Silicon Valley, there’s a good chance that you haven’t heard of Wayne Chang, but you should have.
Wayne is 33 years old, and yet his resume reads like that of someone twice his age. He’s the founder of Crashlytics which was acquired by Twitter for a substantial amount of money.
And he’s an investor in five additional companies which now have valuations over $1 Billion including DropBox, Gusto, Planet Labs, and Jet Smarter.
He’s clearly figured something out here that we have not, but that will change today.
If you want to burst your bubble so you can see your business in a new light… If you want to ditch the pond and dive into the ocean to become a whale, this will be one of the most valuable interviews you’ll ever hear.
With that being said, please welcome Wayne Chang…