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Teams experience pain, go slow, and waste effort when expectations around an idea aren’t aligned. The solution is having a shared understanding and language for how to deliver an idea.

“But that idea won’t ever scale.”

“We can’t ship until it’s polished.”

“It’s taking forever to ship something of value.”

Digital product development, particularly going from nothing to something, is very difficult. It’s difficult because there are so many problems to overcome and, truthfully, very little understanding of how to solve them in a reasonable amount of time or before running out of money.

People have been intrigued with human-powered…

When exploring product management, people often get too caught up in the tools and tactics that seasoned product managers use to do their jobs. People who are just getting started in product management stress over the details that won’t actually make them successful. Product managers become successful by gaining experience…

One of the most common questions I get is the difference in the roles between Product and Marketing.

Marketing is about capturing attention. Product is about delivering value

A good product without good marketing is a tragedy.
Good marketing without a good product is a disappointment. …

If you’ve spent a little time looking for a definition of Product Management, you’ll find that there are more definitions than you could have imagined. At the core of all the definitions out here, Product Management is about creating something that is valuable to people. “Value” is at the center…

Yes, everyone is talking about different ways of thinking about the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) so I thought I’d throw in my thoughts on building a product that people love (and pay for). Yes, there is a laundry list of terms that “redefine” the Minimum Viable Product (Minimum Valuable Product…

I have much to be grateful for.

Do you have the right kind of grit? Working hard for working hard sake won’t get you very far. In fact, the kind of grit you have will determine the kind of outcomes you will see. What drives your grit? Is it money? Is it status? Is it ambition? All these will fail you in the end. Grit that comes from gratitude is the only kind of grit that will fulfill your soul. You won’t get burned out when you are fueled by gratitude. Gratitude is the fuel for grit.

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I have a confession. I’m afraid of flying. I don’t like airplanes. I fly about once a month, but yet I can’t shake the feeling. And I know why I’m afraid to fly. Don’t tell me that flying is statistically safer than driving.

With my mechanical engineer side, I think…

All the instruction in the world can’t​ create action. There are a lot of people around you telling you what to do and how to do it, but it’s up to you to actually do it. Perhaps you’ve done enough learning and it’s time to start doing. Stop just looking at the ball and go kick it. Thanks Lando for the life lesson!

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When I used to teach tennis lessons to adults, their main motivation for taking lessons was to simply “hit the ball better”. It was achieving the feeling of hitting a clean ball in the direction they were intending. This was very puzzling to me. This was puzzling because the last…

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