I’m a huge fan of the Lean Canvas.
Lean Canvas is a simple tool that can help you to quickly structure your thoughts for a product or business concept.
I use it all the time as a Product Manager to flesh out potential product ideas. It also comes in handy when a new business idea pops into my head. But Lean Canvas isn’t just for investigating products that make money.
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I promised in my last post that I’d write about how to spend less time and money to launch a business. So here it is!
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Hey hey, welcome to my newly designed blog! And when I say “newly designed”, I mean I went through the ‘agonising’ process of selecting a completely new theme. Yay for me!
I know I haven’t blogged in awhile – it’s been about 8 months to be exact. I wanted to explain to you what I’ve been up to, and why I haven’t been blogging.
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Are you wanting to do some team building activities but stuck for ideas? Here are 30 different activities that will encourage your team to socialize, build relationships, and collaborate.
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I write emails almost every day at work. But why is it so hard to get a response sometimes? Over the years, I’ve managed to learn and craft my email writing techniques. Here are my email tips to help you maximize your chances of getting a prompt reply as well.
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Have you ever seen the movie, Breakfast at Tiffany’s? It’s more than just an iconic fashion film to me. After watching it, I realized that Breakfast at Tiffany’s teaches us valuable life lessons about authenticity. And what it means to be a Real Phony.
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I recently attended a fantastic training course on how to have difficult conversations. And I wanted to share some of my key takeaways with you.
I joined this training course with one goal in mind: I wanted to learn how to have difficult conversations without burning any bridges.
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