Be Proactive

It’s simple: be proactive.

You need to ask yourself the right questions, understand the product’s purpose, and apply a structured approach to achieve it.

Here are some questions to ask yourself:

  • What is our product’s vision?
  • Who is our customer?
  • What problems do we hope to solve for our customers?
  • How can we address their pain points with our product?
  • How will our customers benefit from using this product?
  • What does success look like for our customers?

Maayan Galperin,

Product Manager

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I believe that knowledge and practical tools are the keys to success in all areas of life. This is what I research, implement, train, and teach others to do.

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