Nick Cooper — Product Advice For My Younger Self

If you could tell your younger product self something, what would it be?

In this series, we ask members of the product community what they’d tell their younger product self if they had the chance.

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In this post, we hear advice from Nick Cooper, Senior Product Manager.




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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