Are you good at Product?

Ellen Chisa
Sep 26, 2016 · 4 min read

Nothing changed about me. I hadn’t had time to learn anything new. The industry just decided that if I worked at Kickstarter, I was “good” at Product.


Right now, being “good” at Product isn’t about skills. It’s about if someone will give you a chance.


Try not to worry about if you’re “good” right now. Instead, focus on what you’ve learned and what you are going to learn next.


Thank you for reading. ❤

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Ellen Chisa

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CEO & Co-founder of https://darklang.com

Startup Grind

The life, work, and tactics of entrepreneurs around the world. Welcoming submissions on technology trends, product design, growth strategies, and venture investing. Learn more about how you can get involved at startupgrind.com.