Last week, I emailed you with something that seemed absurd:
Trying to set up calls with 50 people from this newsletter.
I intentionally picked a high number because I wanted people to realize that they would need to raise their hands if we were going to get to that number.
This week alone, I talked to 18 people from around the world, from India to Australia to Norway to Russia to the US to Romania and more. Next week, there are calls on my calendar with people in Japan, Singapore, and a host of other countries.
You pointed out things you loved, things that didn’t make sense, things that you wanted me to expand on. Like any good set of interviews, I’ve learned a ton of things I’d never even thought about that people want, from bundle offers for consultants to cheat-sheets and Notion templates.
I am genuinely so excited by all of the feedback and perspectives I’ve gotten so far. I have a notebook full of notes and a folder full of recordings.
And that’s on top of all of the feedback you’ve been giving me through the in-progress version of the book. Dozens of you have jumped in to provide structural feedback, places where I need more detail, and ways to make the content more actionable.
My inbox is full of your ideas, and it genuinely warms my heart to see so many people eager to help this book.