From bootstrapped startup to successful exit
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I really liked your "deductive reasoning", all the points that came from it were 100% spot on
Thanks so much for the great meeting and input you gave today! You are a great mentor.
This is brilliant! You have no idea how much it helps us. I truly appreciate all the advice, leads, and info.
Big shout-out to Dave Schneider. He reviewed our Taskdrive onboarding funnel and worked his magic. In case you want to increase the conversion rate of your SaaS funnel -> he is the man!
You did SO good at making people feel like the part of the team it is just unreal, we were like small family, and you did that remotely! I still cannot believe that you managed to create such a good environment.
You treat us like peers in a way where you listen to and actually consider what we have to say.
Looking back, I can say that you probably were one of the best individuals I've ever worked with, maybe you even at the top of that list.
The time I spent working with you on NinjaOutreach has been one of the better jobs I ever had, if not the best.
I know you!
You’re a hustler. You don’t mind burning the candle at both ends. You want to see your business grow. You’re passionate. You’re creative. You’re hungry.
Am I close?
I’m Dave, and the reason I know you so well is because I’m just like you. I launched my first startup when I was 26 and sold it when I was 30. Now I’m on a mission to help others do the same.
Here’s what I believe in.
- Employees = Family. I’m where I am today because of the dozens of people who have worked with (not for) me. I put employees first, even above customers.
- Ethics above all. Building a business is great, but are you doing it ethically? Focus on creating an ethical, value adding business and you’ll never regret what you’ve built.
- Take chances. The biggest mistakes I’ve made in life have been acts of omission. The trip I didn't take. The event I didn’t attend. The email I ignored. Give everyone (including yourself), a chance. It’s about the ride, not the destination.