Join Andrew Lees and Smokejumper-Turned Software Developer Geordie Wardman as they talk about how he transitioned to entrepreneurship and programming from working as a firefighter for years.

Show Notes

Geordie shares the entrepreneurial steps he took to achieve sustainability in his career, the importance of starting lean in a business, how transformative coaching can prove to be, and what he gives attention to as an entrepreneur to ensure the outcomes that really matter.

In this episode you will learn: 

  • What can I do that will allow me to work from anywhere?
  • About MVPs or Minimum Viable Products
  • What is machine learning most useful for?
  • A good coach transforms you, but how?
  • “Finish the task at hand, or nothing gets done.”
  • …and so much more.

About Geordie Wardman:

Geordie works with a small but highly competent team of senior full-stack developers with dozens of years of experience in building, designing, prototyping, developing, testing, and launching native applications, software as a service app, enterprise-level websites. 

He believes that if you are an Internet startup, a Software as a Service company that’s growing quickly, or are a 7/8 figure professional services company in need of internal applications, you likely live and die by the quality of your development team. And why not? You already have enough on your plate trying to scale for predictable or even explosive growth in your business.

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