03 Jul, 2022
If you observe a marathon runner, you will see, that they do not run at a high speed the whole time.
Why is that? They don't have to win the race?
It's not because they have to be in the race for last until the marathon ends. If they run at the full speed, they will maximum go to 2-3 km and lose the game at the start.
Similarly while building a company from scratch, you need to keep yourself and the team alive, so that you can take the company to where you have aimed for.
June was the month, when we went a bit slow down, observed how things are going, what's working and what's not working, who are we targeting, what are we bringing to the world and many more things that will help us get clarity on what exactly we are doing.
Let's discover a glimpse of what happened last month 👇
We started this month by planning a surprise for the community.
Do you want to know what was the surprise?
Note: You won't be able to use the discount code in this surprise, DM us if you want
One random day, we received an email that, "Fueler has been featured on MicroStartups" 😍
Recently, we organized our 4th edition of proof of work challenge and hosted all the submissions on Fueler Cohort module.
Betalist is ProductHunt kind of platform where startups and side projects get listed.
TFC is a community to empower creators to make a living out of their passion. We collaborated to help creators by being vocal about their creator journey.
NoCode Weekends bring together ambitious creators who challenge themselves to launch a no-code project with guidance from a supportive community.
7. Discover Bucket Inspiration
Now you will be able to get Fueler Bucket inspirations on Dashboard.
Just search "Fueler" on Google to check it out
I might have missed mentioning something, please follow us on Twitter to get updates about everything happening around Fueler
The next six months going to be quite adventurous, we are targeting a goal to help more folks on Fueler in landing opportunities with proof of work
Please stay tuned 🔔
Keep fueling, See you in the next blog.