If you only knew me from a short conversation, follow me on Medium or Linkedin, read my writings, see the software I’ve written, or heard me speak in front of an audience, you’d think that I am an extremely focused person. I am not a focused person.
I wish I was a focused personality, but that is not who I am. I tend to want to start new things all the time and I seem to enjoy multiple businesses, switching between jobs, etc., etc.
But do I really like multitasking? No, not really. I have an issue. …
A California judge has ordered Uber and Lyft to reclassify their workers from independent contractors to employees with benefits, a ruling that could be consequential for gig economy workers if it survives the appeals process.
If you have not read this August 10, 2020 story about Uber and Lyft, click here to read it on NPR, and they reference this story a year ago about the reclassification of 1099 workers as employers. That means the law says in California these workers need to get health benefits, worker’s comp, etc.
So, let’s just clarify what is happening here. Basically, if you really think about the overall macro issue, it’s simple. Whether employees work at Uber, Lyft, Wal-mart, or Amazon as 1099 employees, they don’t have the benefits or healthcare of full-time workers. That is the exact problem. It’s even worst off than you think because Uber and Lyft drivers are the likeliest to get in an accident. …
If you are on this tech startup journey, I want to get to you early and let you know about what could be the most important thing you will consider. If you get this wrong, you will fail. And that thingy is Product Market Fit.
I want to use the words “Wake Up People!”, but trust me it’s not useful here.
I abhor the use of the words “Wake Up People!” I’ve heard those words from all political spectrums. Trust me, nobody is waking up!
Product Market Fit is and will be the most important problem I have faced in my tech Saas startup. It could be your problem as well. And now that I am feeling like we are close to finding it for SEO Turbo Booster, I can tell you that I should be satisfied, but I am not. The reason I am not satisfied with my product market fit, is I will always feel like it’s not right or exact. …