“If you're looking to build an app, make sure that you're doing it for the right reasons… Make sure you're thinking about your end user and providing the best possible value for them, because that's going to make sure that your app is successful in the long run.” –Tim Bornholdt
Meet Tim Bornholdt, an entrepreneur, a podcaster, software developer and founder of the Jed Mahonis Group, a mobile app consultancy group. If you were wondering how this man came to know so much about so much, well, let him tell you his story.
Apps make our life a lot easier, thanks to the people we call geeks and nerds. But really, behind their genius is a heart for other people. They develop software for others to use after all. But to turn this passion into a business with a story to tell needs more than expertise on technical stuffs. Learn how you can do things simultaneously yet effectively. Of course, failures are inevitable. Listen to our guest as he shares his story about turning his failures to stepping-stones and learn how you can do the same. As his words quoted above implies, learn how to make applications that really works in the long run. On top of that, learn how podcasting can add a value to your business. Entrepreneurship can be demanding at times. So, here’s a spice for entrepreneurs out there: Tim’s story- learn to run your business in an exciting way. Don’t miss a bit of this thrilling episode!
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02:39 Doing all the Stuffs
05:46 The Funny Stories of Failures
11:41 From Journalism to Computer Science To Entrepreneurship To Podcasting
18:27 Podcast- The Story of Your Business
21:27 It’s All About the User Experience
31:41 What We Do
39:02 Keeping Things Up-To-Date
41:56 Running the Business in an Exciting Way