Patrick Griffith
/success SUCCESS IN PROGRESS: From Failure to Financial Freedom in 1 Year
Chapter 3

I’m Giving Away Three Websites in Order To Create the Space that My Success Needs to Grow

Sep 6, 2017

This chapter is a brief interlude. If you’re trying to learn from my experience then you might not get any value from this chapter. But it’s also not many words, so deal with it. ?

I own five websites. After writing the first chapter I realized that I should only own one of them. That’s a problem. This chapter is the solution.

Writing that first chapter did a number on me mentally. I now have a more-or-less clear vision of where I want to be heading. I don’t know the exact destination, but I know the first turn. And I know that four of my five websites are in the opposite direction.

So I’m keeping one of my websites (this one that you’re currently viewing), I’m in the process of selling another, and the other three are free(ish) to a good home!

All are built on Laravel 5.3. In order to take over any of these sites you simply have to:

  1. Convince me that you’d be a better owner than I am.
  2. Convince me that you’d be a better owner than all other interested parties.
  3. Agree to give me 20% of revenue.
  4. Agree that I won’t be technically involved in any way, though I’m more than happy to be an advisor/mentor.

Contact me if you have any interest in owning any of these websites or would like to speak further.

Feed Hero

Feed Hero

This site will take the most convincing for me to let go of. I will let go of it, but you have to really be able to make me confident that you’re going to be a great new owner.

I truly believe that this site has a ton of potential. There’s been a lot of work put into it so far (not that that really matters), and all of that work was for a good reason. This site adds a little bit value to people’s lives, and with some love and attention it could potentially add a lot of value.

Safe Cars

Safe Cars

The idea with this was to have affiliate links to Edmunds.com or TrueCar.com or wherever. But I never got around to doing that.

I’m Going To

Feed Hero

An accountability app. People say that they’re going to do something, and then they post their progress as they do it. The idea with this was to eventually make the accountability aspect more powerful. Maybe by posting something embarrassing to social media or by emailing a person’s friends if he fell behind. Maybe by charing his credit card if he gave up. I never implemented any of this, though.

Contact me if you have any interest in owning any of these websites or would like to speak further.