Alright, we messed up -- time to start over
|Culture Clap||Mar 13, 2020|
It was a non-profit, and that will now be disassembled and funders refunded.
Living and learning … probably one of the biggest failures in my life; over a decade in the making ~
The fact is, is that the product will be better served in commercial markets.
I fought it for too long, admittedly; and Rebel Coding was a last attempt to bridge an imaginary gap. It all needs to be for-profit.
A healthy division of labor
Though ScreamFreely will actually be turned into a B-Corp, focusing on maintaining the application and providing training to trainers.
Rebel Coding will focus educating individuals and growing the curriculum, a partnership between ScreamFreely & DreamFreely, perhaps.
Or solely a product of DreamFreely, built off of ScreamFreely’s product; and simultaneously utilized by ScreamFreely’s trainers, and organizational classes.
This also enables me to return to Patreon with a renewed focus.
Patreon is the platform by which I can interact with core group of superfans ~ who are able to be my beta-testers for the applications I create.
Substack remains is free for anyone to subscribe.
I can begin to connect with an audience via platforms which enable transparency and community; while supporting my own ability to pursue this work.
The aspiration has always been to be able to focus all of my efforts towards a unified aim, optimizing my every effort, maximizing it’s output.
I’m close to having built a structure that allows for this.
For me to share my prose, my music, my code and my poetry; all in an organized and coherent manner.
Each effort composed to connect and let flourish what may, when mutual interests collide.
Leaving dreams to dance between chaos and faith.