#61 - Designing our unsubscribe flow

Using a current work in progress—the exit survey page for departing subscribers—as an example of their differing communication styles, Dan and Nathan explore the benefits of having unique skillsets and thought processes. Listen through to learn why cofounders should strive to be more like the Spanish national soccer team.



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