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42 Psychology Tactics to Boost Your Online Business

Do you live in a cave? Unless you are literally in a cave or have been hiking in the Himalayas, you’ve probably noticed that almost every product or service today is going online. Businesses are

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32 Must Dos in First 90 Days of a New Job – Product, Marketing or Design

No matter what job you are in, the first 90 days are super critical (and not many realize this). Some people call this the honeymoon period, but I choose to call this the hustle-moon period. In this article,

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Getting Why, or Getting to Why?

Is it about Getting Why, or Getting to Why. I like to think of myself as a success hacker. Whether or not it’s wishful thinking, the core belief in calling myself that way is that one could hack

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How Storytelling can Boost Your Product

Everyone of us tell stories everyday. Storytelling is something we use to put our kids to sleep, entertain a crowd, market or advertise a product. And sometimes its used to spreading awareness, nation

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Think Effectively in 4 Easy Steps

Think effectively? Hmm, how long has it been since you came up with a brilliant idea? When was the last time you did something you had never done before? When was the last time you made something from

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5-Signs You are Focused on Valuation and Not Value

It doesn’t matter if your company is a unicorn or in a popcorn business. If you are not focusing on value, you are not doing your job, Mr. Product Manager! Did I get your attention? If so, good.

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12-Steps To A Killer Product Presentation

Designing your business case is just one part of the game for creating a lasting product business. Getting management support and rallying the rest of the organization behind your new product or initiative

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9 Questions to Think like an Investor

You can put together a business case in multiple ways. You can either design your business case, or use a question thinking model that we use in this article to think like an investor, or just use

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