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"If you look into a bottle of 100% not-from-concentrate grapefruit juice in the right light, you see heaven."
"I can do whatever I want... Is that a good quote?"
"Don't sleep (the rest of us aren't cool enough to know what this means, but we try to keep up)."
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I can't tell you how many times I've had an idea for a product, bounced the idea off some trusted friends, gotten pumped for my next big project, maybe even made some big plans for it, and then never built it. Okay, I actually can tell you. 14 times in 3 years.
I started learning HTML/CSS in February 2015. It's been just over 3 years since then, and I've gone from being a UI/UX Intern ($16/hr) with little tech experience to being a freelancer ($125/hr) and business owner with unlimited earning potential. I always wanted to be an orthodontist.
I had completed the first iteration of Rocket Note back in March and worked to fix bugs and add a couple features from then until mid-April. After that, things staled a bit. As a developer-first entrepreneur, my at-the-time business partner and I were super worried about creating a cool product and a bit less worried about the business model.