Can everyone see your skills?

Making your talents stand out increases your chances of success

I’ve written previous about being an introvert and what that entails, and one of the elements of being an introvert is that I don’t go around shouting about how great I am at what I do.

I’m more likely to be going about my business quietly, just getting things done, often behind the scenes, with no fanfare.

That’s great for me as I take pleasure from my own work and don’t need as much external validation as others, but the…

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Product related roles have grown considerably over the past five years, which means an influx of people who are starting out in a new skills area. Getting Started in Product aims to support these people make the transition.

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Robert Drury

Robert Drury

Helping people kick start their product management career with product coaching, job application prep, and product resources at gettingstartedinproduct.com

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