The Season of Yes

April 2, 2024

If you struggle with staying focused and getting things done, you should consider entering a season of “yes.”


Is Subscription-Based Pricing the Right Model for Your SaaS?

April 1, 2024

Recurring revenue makes sense if it benefits the customer. You won’t be able to persuade people to pay you month over month if you’re not helping them solve a daily problem, weekly annoyance, or some ongoing issue they’re facing.


Is the Concept of "1% Daily Improvement" Useful?

March 31, 2024

If you improve by 1% everyday, within a year you’ll have improved 37X.


Did You Know That ChatGPT Has a Secret Menu?

October 31, 2023

These 5 hidden settings will help you improve ChatGPT’s writing:

  • Temperature
  • Maximum Length
  • Top P
  • Frequency Penalty
  • Presence Penalty


Scheduling Time for Inspiration

October 20, 2021

In the past, I put off working on a new app or project because I was “still working things out in my head.” I’d delay the process of sitting down and actually trying to hash things out. It was an excuse. Eventually, I’d lose interest or just give up – thinking that since a eureka moment never arrived means I should move on to other things.


Notes on The Ride of a Lifetime by Robert Iger

February 27, 2021

Want to know what it takes to make great things? Iger’s book on business and leadership is one of my favorite reads of the year so far.


Eliminate Friction to Achieve Unimaginable Results

February 25, 2021

Want to achieve unimaginable results? Identify moments of friction in your life and you will 10X your results.


What Happens When You Let External Forces Dictate Your Life?

February 23, 2021

We often use external forces as an excuse as to why we’re stuck. We get too comfortable and shy away from doing the hard work. So, how do you get unstuck?


How to free up more of your time (Tips for an impactful workday)

January 28, 2021

Get as much done as possible with as little effort as possible. The goal being to free up your time while still being able to do great work.


Notes on The Practice by Seth Godin

January 27, 2021

Are you struggling to get things done? Perhaps you’re focusing on the wrong things. Discover the power of crafting “your story.”


Your Job Will be Automated One Day

January 22, 2021

Someone, somewhere is trying to figure out how to automate your job. It may as well be you.


Solving for the Optimal Talent Stack

January 22, 2021

The skills employers and the market value change over time. What was an important skill ten years ago may or may not be useful today. Or, rather, it’s the price required for entry.

Are poorly written alerts aggravating your users?

April 21, 2020

A poorly worded alert is at best going to stop someone in their tracks and confuse them. At worst, it’s going to piss them off.

10 Ways to Strengthen Your Influence

April 13, 2020

Persuasion is one of the more difficult aspects of building and growing software products. Like most things in life, it’s a skill you learn.

6 Ways to Delight Your Users

April 12, 2020

People get aggravated when software gets in their way. Delighting them is a great way to ensure they have high opinion of your product.

How Do You Keep From Going Mad as a Product Manager?

April 10, 2020

Learn what you can do to keep yourself from going mad every time you’re asked “why?” as a Product Manager.

3 Things All SaaS Companies Should Be Doing Right Now

April 10, 2020

The economy will drastically change over the next few years. To prepare for the change, there are three things you need to be doing right now.

How to say “no” as a Product Manager

March 25, 2020

As a Product Manager, it’s inevitable that opportunities will come your way that, in your mind, make absolutely no sense in pursuing and you will want to say “no.”

Rarely Recommended Books for Product Managers

November 19, 2019

To stand out as a PM you need to focus some portion of your time on learning things your peers are not. The more unique and well balanced your knowledge-stack, the more likely you will be to succeed. This means seeking out knowledge and learning from different and unique sources.