I’m an entrepreneur for almost ten years now, but I still can’t code my own things.
This makes a big difference for a couple of reasons:
- I need to hire an external programmer to build things and make improvements. This costs money and time.
- I need to explain the external programmer what I exactly want. This costs time and energy.
- I can’t afford a fulltime programmer yet, so development takes way more lead time.
I know some basic HTML, CSS and PHP but I can’t build something. At least, that’s what I think.
I know I should start and teach it myself. You don’t need a course, just start and search everything you need to know on Google. That’s how you learn to code gradually.
This article on Tim Ferriss’ blog sums up ten learnings
of the journey that’s waiting me, and maybe you.