Minimum Viable Product can be defined as ”that version of a new product which allows a team to collect the maximum amount of validated learning about customers with the least effort”. How many times we seek for perfection? How long did it take the last time you delivered something 100% “well-made”? Sometimes it’s better to … Continue reading MVP
As kids, we would spend the whole day at the beach, building a sandcastle, so high that it would reach the sky. One step after another. But, it could take only a wave, or just one absent-minded person to make the structure collapse. So then, you would have to rebuild it from the remaining ruins … Continue reading Sandcastles
There are times when we have no time, low energy and tons of things to do. That’s when our body, turns into a save energy mode. We feel tired, need some sleep and sometimes, a bit of fever. And knowing that, before it happens, we need to be smart and split our energy between what … Continue reading Survival mode
You have been asked to read and summarize a document. And someone else was asked to do so before you. That person highlighted what he/she considered were important parts or remarkable ideas. Should you just replicate what was done and make your someone else’s words?Should it be a guideline, to develop your own thoughts and … Continue reading What was highlighted by others before you did
It is a finite element, but the use you make of it, says a lot. Low usage (low elasticity): TirednessSense of too much to do, no time at all to do anythingAny peak of activity looks huge, almost impossibleAny proposal for going out is uf! Not in the moodLeads to inefficiency, two unnecessary movements, efforts, … Continue reading Time elasticity
We all have experienced fear. But it can not stop us. Every time we do something new, different we grow up and move away from our comfort zone. Do it.