Week 9 has been the week where my contract over at the BBC ended and where I finally got to spend some proper time on our company. It’s been one full on week.
There’s only a few days left until it’s time for SXSW and I’ve started to put together my schedule of the events I’d like to go to.
So this is where I, quite a few hours ago, should have shared our company with you. However, there is one outstanding confirmation that we’re waiting for and until we’ve received that we can’t share anything with you so we’ll have to hold off until after the weekend.
I’m pleased to say that tomorrow we’ll have something to share with you.
Today it’s been 60 days since I made it public to start on this adventure. It was also my last day at the BBC and tomorrow is the start of 2 1/2 weeks of working on our company.
Being right in the beginning of a startup feels a little like all of a sudden being a one man band, having to play all the instruments in one go and learning as you go along.
I’ve freelanced for just over a year. The dream was always to have time to work on my stuff. To sit in a cafe and work and to be able to go for runs in the middle of the day. It hasn’t happened yet but on the 1st of March it will. For a short