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This was a post I've written on LinkedIn and reposted here. Whenever I want to learn a subject, I find a practitioner in that field to model. I model his mental approach, study his experiences and ask him the questions I couldn’t answer by myself. I look for the
As I'm doing total immersion in the product management field, I don't only read books but also listen to the relevant podcasts to stay ahead of the market. Not all podcasts are created equal tho. Some of them discussing the art, craft and profession for managing products that contribute value.
The number of digital products is increasing. In two decades, many of them died, some of them survived, and there are many new comers. The digital product landscape is evolving in a lightning speed. UX design is a key component in the digital product creation. Its best practices are evolving
Welcome to the final issue of the Women-In-Action series. In the previous two issues, we discussed: * How to Ignite Your Calling, Despite Your Deepest Fear * People Will Go Where They Can Grow While everyone else is planning where to have Christmas fun as the end of 2016 approaches; as a
Welcome to issue #2 of the Women-In-Action series! If you haven’t read the first issue, yet, you can read it at: How to Ignite Your Calling, Despite Your Deepest Fear. Today I’m going to share a number of career transition stories to ignite your calling. I used to
When Seth Godin was writing The Dip, he promised his readers: I will teach you when to quit and when to stick with it. My promise to The Neon Life Society readers is the same. But I will also share with you how to ignite your calling, despite your deepest
It was sad. :( "Where did all the old posts go?" Some of my writer friends asked. I had show them the blog you're reading now after migrating its server from Digital Ocean to Amazon Web Service, but they spotted all of the old posts were gone. In fact, it was