The Best Books I Read in January 2020

January had plenty of travelling time, which - for me - means reading time. My book picks this month were generally disappointing, but three are worth highlighting: One Life. How we forgot to live meaningful lives (Morten Albæk). The book brought a fresh perspective on the absurdity of splitting life into airtight compartments. The impossibility … Continue reading The Best Books I Read in January 2020

Building and Using Funnels

One of the most crucial things to understand in sales and marketing is funnels. Funnels are used to describe everything from how users behave on your e-commerce platform to how a sales team is working through their leads. Funnels are different than a simple data dump in that they always describe a flow of data … Continue reading Building and Using Funnels

Learning Trees: 7 steps to structure and accelerate your learning

It used to be that people would spend the first part of their life going to school, the second part of their life applying what they learnt in school, and the third part of their life retired and potentially teaching others. Things are changing rapidly nowadays. It used to be sufficient to accumulate knowledge in … Continue reading Learning Trees: 7 steps to structure and accelerate your learning

David Kadavy On How To Become A Great Designer

After working in Silicon Valley as a product designer, David Kadavy (@Kadavy) focused on teaching non-designers how to make beautiful design. David is known as the bestselling author of Design for Hackers, a blogger, and the host of his podcast, Love Your Work. His new book The Heart to Start is out on December 12th. The Q&A below is between … Continue reading David Kadavy On How To Become A Great Designer

Why Building Something You Would Love May Be A Bad Idea

There is more of less a collective agreement among entrepreneurs that the idea is only a small fraction of a venture’s success. This turns focus to the importance of executing on an idea. To work hard and to hustle. Numerous books are dedicated to this subject, and while I wholeheartedly agree with them, I want … Continue reading Why Building Something You Would Love May Be A Bad Idea

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A Scientific Argument For Making Bold Product Decisions

Countless articles argue that it's the smaller incremental improvements that form the overall growth of the company. However, even with many small tests yielding 2 or 3% improvements each, this kind of strategy can be the death of your company. In product management, split testing is an excellent example of why the small improvements may … Continue reading A Scientific Argument For Making Bold Product Decisions