To Be A Product Manager | Day 97
This journal helps me improve 1% every day…
Welcome to Day 97 of
To Be A Product Manager
This morning, we discussed about the lobby design and interaction in showstage livestream, and break the big task into pieces and schedule them on everyone’s calendar. I’m responsible for the lobby features and vibe of the CG environment, which what I’ve been always passionate about.
So let’s see what I can figure out next week, considering specially Chinese market.
In the afternoon, I finished the mini program research. As I said in the previous article, providing service for other companies might not be a good idea for current VR industry.
However, a wiki+Quora VR info page may have a better result in building a good image for users, as well as creating potential opportunities to cooperate with other companies.
I wrote down my thoughts and explained them in details. I will also share what do other people think about my plan next week.
- Showstage livestream planning
- Mini program research
What I’m struggling
My girlfriend is back in town from Shanghai, so we had lunch and dinner together yesterday. Especially in the evening, we also took a walk. And all of these mean breaking my original plan and routine. (We just started dating 2 weeks ago)
Breaking the routine is not always a bad thing, if you end up can build something creating more value or productivity. For me, after focusing so much on my personal growth in the past few years, I think sometimes you just need to be there, and enjoy the present, because you’ve tried so hard to get what you want in life.
This does not mean you should stop improving, this means instead of falling in love with someone, you should rise in love together.
This is a big challenge for me, and I’m also curious about what I will come up with before she leave for NYC in August.
My name is Zake Zhang, a newbie VR product manager based in Shenzhen, China. I’m thinking what if I write daily product journal for 1,000 days?
Thanks for reading and let’s keep on hacking!
be so good they can’t ignore you.