Last week I hit some sort of boiling point with life and work. July was an incredibly stressful month for me both, personally and with work. Just lots of extremes, and it wore me down. Every single founder is struggling with something. Maybe it's big, maybe it's not. But there's always something. Even the most successful founders deal with this stuff and don't know what to do. Everybody’s winging it.
Fascinating look at the economics of being an Uber driver.
Hiring remotely isn't necessarily harder than hiring for an in-office job, but it does require a few special considerations to pull it off smoothly. Help Scout's process is spot on and does a great job of systemizing things so all candidates get the attention they deserve.
The folks at Animalz are behind a ton of the content you read in the SaaS world and now they've got their own blog! This first article is a great look at how to reframe who you're writing for. Instead of writing for a particular person, write for what level they operate at in their job: tactical vs strategic.
I've spent a lot of time in recent weeks getting our own content marketing pipeline in order and this guide from Airtable was a huge inspiration.