Building a community of generalists on a remote island - Milly Tamati, Generalist World

Milly is truly embracing remote work, living on an island off the coast of Scotland with 170 people. From there, she's building a community of people that just haven't been thought much about before - generalists.
Milly Tamati is not your usual founder. She lives on an remote island off Scotland with a population of just 170 people, previously co-owned a hostel in Thailand, co-founded a wine-tour in Australia and founded an illustration-agency in the UK. Now she’s working on a community called, where’s she’s helping generalists like us indie hackers, find like minded individuals and jobs that fit us well.

What we covered in this episode:
  • Living on a remote island with 170 people
  • Remote life vs city life
  • Being isolated when not in a city
  • Embracing communities
  • Milly’s crazy career journey
  • Getting a customer in 12 hours
  • Testing your product before you launch
  • Why generalists aren’t valued in the world
  • Growing to 850 community members in a few months
  • How to cultivate community
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Creators and Guests

James McKinven
James McKinven
Host of the Indie Bites podcast & founder of PodPanda.
Building a community of generalists on a remote island - Milly Tamati, Generalist World
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