Free Trials (and Tribulations)

Kyle Racki

Creation is never easy, especially in the midst of chaos. Kyle Racki survived personal and professional hell on the road from struggling freelancer to successful software entrepreneur. The tactical knowledge he gained through adversity can help any aspiring business owner accomplish their dreams, no matter what the obstacles.

In Free Trials (and Tribulations), Kyle shares his remarkable journey and the valuable business lessons he learned along the way. From a difficult beginning, dealing with grief, divorce, and being shunned for abandoning a religion he realized was a cult, Kyle discovered how to take the punches and make them work for him. His incredible story can inspire anyone to overcome even the biggest setbacks to develop a product, find a business partner, raise investment capital, scale a company, and more.

Running a company can be a lonely, stressful experience. But by following Kyle Racki’s lead, you can come out on top no matter how far down you started.

Press & Praise

Ryan Deiss, Founder of Digital Marketer

"Brutally and painfully honest. A must-read for any entrepreneur looking to build a business on a shoestring budget."

Ben Yoskovitz, Founding Partner at Highline BETA, Coauthor of Lean Analytics

"Kyle's a prime example of tenacity and grit, two requirements for any successful entrepreneur. Kyle's been through a lot, and not only has he survived, but he's also thrived. You'll get plenty of insights and practical tips on how to grow your SaaS business and achieve your entrepreneurial dreams."

Viveka von Rosen, Cofounder of Vengreso

"Kyle twines thoughtful, actionable strategy with his compelling, sometimes tragic, often amusing personal story."

Kyle Racki

Kyle Racki is the co-founder and CEO of Proposify, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) company based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, which currently serves more than six thousand customers worldwide. He started his first business, a web design company, at age twenty-four and sold it after five years. Kyle has blogged extensively about his journey through the ups and downs of entrepreneurship and was the subject of a 2016 article in Time Magazine. He lives in Halifax and loves spending time with his wife, Christina, and his two sons, Micah and Ty.

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