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52. The founder of Tweet Jukebox, Tim Fargo, shares how to build a sustainable, lifestyle business by using automation.

Bankrupt in 91, Tim Fargo started a business in 96, and sold it seven years later for $20M.Tim is a two-time Inc. 500 winner, the author of Alphabet Success. He’s the founder Tweet Jukebox, a Twitter content management tool that has already signed up over 25K users.  He is a citizen of three countries and a resident of four continents.

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Bankrupt in 91, Tim Fargo started a business in 96, and sold it seven years later for $20M.Tim is a two-time Inc. 500 winner, the author of Alphabet Success. He’s the founder Tweet Jukebox, a Twitter content management tool that has already signed up over 25K users.  He is a citizen of three countries and a resident of four continents.

Passion Play:

I like spending time on developing and improving my projects. My last company was sold for $20M.

Fail Forward:

Failures and struggles in the business are endless. The important thing is to be strong enough to meet the challenges. The rest will get solved by itself.

Lightbulb Moment:

The real moment for me was when we started to have a real user growth. That was awesome, but having a massive database of users pushed us to offer them continuously improving service. Tweet Jukebox has a unique algorithm and it really saves you a serious amount of time to spend with your family.

Success Hack:

Don’t be an over analyzer - just keep taking action.

Randomness Round:

What is your hidden talent? I am very analytical…

Website:

www.tweetjukebox.com

Business Book I Would Recommend: "Jungle Rules" by John Imlay
Favorite Social Media Tool I use: Tweet Jukebox