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Minimum viable product manager.

“That intersection is what I call the Minimum Viable Product Manager (MVPM), and it defines a set of skills or knowledge that are useful to be an effective generalist product manager, one who can work on almost any problem.” | learn more

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When costs are nonlinear, keep it small.

“We like batching. Batching is more efficient doing ten at once is faster than doing one, one, two, one, one, etc. I don’t wash my socks as soon as I take them off, because lumping them in with the next […]

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Why time slows down when we’re afraid

“We construct the experience of time in our minds, so it follows that we are able to change the elements we find troubling — whether it’s trying to stop the years racing past, or speeding up time when we’re stuck […]

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The liquidity of skill

“Most people focus too much on being good, and not enough on how liquid their skill is – how many people know how good they are.” | learn more

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Trust your team

From Sean Harper, CEO and co-founder at Kin Insurance. “At my company, we have a bias toward action. We make it clear to employees at every level that the person closest to any problem should solve it. Moreover, we make […]