Go with your gut

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Go with your gut
By Ian Wootten • Issue #15 • View online
If there’s one adage I stand by from my years on this earth, it’s the one of “Going with your gut”. It’s a cliche I know, but one I always reflect on when faced with a quandary. It’s about being true and honest with yourself and ultimately has led to good things when I’ve stuck to it.
Bootstrappers are faced with many of these situations - not least of which being do you stick out your day job or step out and pursue the solo dream you always wanted? In this months issue we cover one such story where the founder of keygen.sh reveals the stresses he was under trying to balance two jobs after several years.
I’ve put together a couple of YouTube videos over the last month, the latest is linked below. Over 90% of my views on my channel now come from M1 videos. I’d like to cover a broad range of computing subjects, rather than just reviewing hardware - but evidently people love to watch others opening boxes. My gut says I should stick with everything I find interesting and hopefully others will enjoy it too.
Hope you enjoy this issues links - as always, if you have any comments on them or content suggestions for the future, please feel free to reply to this email and let me know.
Until next time, keep on shipping!
Ian

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I cover my story and others on the tools and code behind developers shipping great products. Every issue, I share some thoughts and compile the most interesting links I've discovered since last time.

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