52. The founder of Tweet Jukebox, Tim Fargo, shares how to build a sustainable, lifestyle business by using automation.
In the previous episode, Grant Baldwin shared a few strategies on becoming a highly paid speaker.
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.
I like spending time on developing and improving my projects. My last company was sold for $20M.
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.
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.
Don’t be an over analyzer - just keep taking action.
What is your hidden talent? I am very analytical…
Business Book I Would Recommend: "Jungle Rules" by John Imlay
Favorite Social Media Tool I use: Tweet Jukebox