Micro-Experiments And How To Make Big Projects Feel Simple – Michael Woodward

Michael Woodward

When the financial crisis hit in 2008, Michael Woodward was in a bind. His work as a minister could no longer pay the bills, so he joined a friend in a new web venture to make ends meet. He was an entrepreneur out of necessity, but it tapped into something at his very core.

Michael still loves pastoring, but now he mostly does it with fellow entrepreneurs. He founded jumbleThink to continue his passion by helping people and businesses use their innate creativity, ideas, and sound strategies to attain their dreams. He is an expert at breaking old, calcified thought patterns and using sustainable experiments to craft a better future for you and your business.

Listen in as the guys get some actionable methods to start finding your best ideas, gaining the perspective to turn a big fail into a mega win, and using micro-experiment to improve both your life and business. If you’d like to hear more about jump-starting your path to your dreams, check out our conversations with Brad Spencer and Ori Bengal.

Simple is usually what the customer wants and if you can solve their problem then you’re going to have market share… the problem is most people solving it are over complicating it for the customer. Just make it easy for me!” -Michael Woodward

Some Topics We Discussed Include:

  • Making your business simple to maximize profits (and your sanity)
  • How to keep perspective and stop missing what’s obvious
  • Knowing when you’re a slave to your creation because it’s time to pivot
  • Aheri: Biblical wisdom for picking your best future
  • Getting over that “hustle and grind” BS (no one is super-human!)
  • Micro-experiments to jumpstart your journey to your dreams
  • What you need to leverage for sustainable experiments
  • The biggest lie that is ruining your business
  • Why your biggest fails could have been your biggest wins
  • A 5-step Dreamer’s Guide to start experimenting today
  • How to craft your podcast season by season
  • Following your purpose, not what you “should” do

  

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