I started MotorcycleMentor.com in 2005. To say the site has gone through several iterations would be a gross understatement. In the early days I spent too much time making the site look pretty, instead of focusing on making it valuable. I failed miserably getting the content that my mentors and others had written for me onto the site.
I was embarrassed. To get rid of the knot in my stomach, I sold MotorcycleMentor.com in 2011. But in 2013 I bought it back! Have you ever failed to complete something you KNEW you were suppose to finish? This was the case for me. I explain more in this podcast.
More specifically, in this session you’ll find out about:
- Who is David Mixson?
- How I got started riding a motorcycle.
- How I found my motorcycle mentors.
- Why I started MotorcycleMentor.com.
- Why I sold MotorcycleMentor.com, then bought it back 2 years later.
Resources and links mentioned in this session:
- About MotorcycleMentor (more about the site)
- David Mixson (more about me)
- Fred Applegate (more about my motorcycle mentor Fred)
- Pete Tamblyn (more about my motorcycle mentor Pete)
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