Helping nerdy entrepreneurs be themselves, in life and in business.

Screw convention and expectations. Create the life and the business that you want.

My name is Patrick Griffith, and I’m a nerdy entrepreneur just like you. Unless you’re not. Which is acceptable.

I write words about doing things your own way. In life (health, happiness, mindfulness, minimalism, etc). And in business (making websites, marketing, automation, etc).

My articles are written based on demand. I’ll write my next one as soon as - more people join Demand Different (my newsletter). It’ll be sent to subscribers a full month before being posted here.

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I make websites (and dabble in other Internety things). My current projects are: “I’m going to walk 10 minutes every day. I’m going to launch this product by the end of the month. I’m going to read 20 books this year.” Those all sound like great ideas, but when the initial excitement of those ideas wears off it’s tough to stick with them. So I built I’m going to (In 48 hours) to help keep us all accountable the next time we have a big idea. Twitter is a cesspool of greedy self-promotion and low-quality "relationships". If you use it wrong. But it can be a venue for building true, lasting friendships that are mutually beneficial. Nice Feed helps you be wicked nice to your Twitter friends, which makes them fall in love with you and want to help you right back. Thus making Twitter useful to your psyche and to your business. My wife’s car went bang. In the search to replace her totaled car with the safest car possible, I was disappointed with all of the car-buying research sites I came across. So I made my own, with a focus on safety above all else. I used to bet on sports. I don’t anymore. It no longer interests me. But I still keep this site because it provides certain programmatic challenges that are fun as shit to tackle. And also, because money. Perhaps mostly because money.